Sharon's latest book release inspires me to investigate my long-held perceptions of work and to watch what happens when I shift them ever so slightly.
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This morning I practice opening to what is; pleasant or unpleasant, as I take my daily morning walk with my dogs. Here's the video.
Any discussion of Real Happiness at Work for me would be remiss without a mention of TRAFFIC.
What a tool! Me, and Mindfulness, both.
I sometimes ask people how often they multitask, whether they feel like they need to do it in order to succeed, and how good they are at it.
I'm intrigued by the idea of self-compassion. It feels foreign and exotic to me, like something people do in some remote land just discovered by intrepid explorers.
I earn my living at a diner in Brooklyn, and trust me it is
I am so loving “Real Happiness at Work” which I agreed to read, put into practice, and blog about for the next month. This week’s focus was on understanding how gat
When I tell people I work as the Executive Director at The Interdependence Project, a meditation and dharma center, most think I must have the most stress-free job in the world.