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Demanding workplaces and work life balance

Demanding workplaces and work life balance

This article, published in the New York Times, raises some important points about the often unrealistic expectations placed on employees. This article does a good job of highlighting research that supports how long hours and high pressure actually hinders productivity instead of promote it.

Reflections on "The Muddied Meaning of Mindfulness"

Reflections on "The Muddied Meaning of Mindfulness"

Mindfulness meditation is gaining popularity for many types of people. People are using this non-secular type of meditation focused on being present in the moment for many reasons: to reduce stress, increase concentration, become more productive, relax and take time for themselves. There is ample research supporting the benefits of mindfulness and countless individuals who use mindfulness and have had positive experiences with it. We are two of them!

Mindfulness is generally regarded as a positive thing, which is why this article recently published in the New York Times was interesting to us. This article shares a critical view on the broad use of the word “mindful” and of the techniques of mindfulness.

Mindful Workplaces & Mind-Blowing Savings

Mindful Workplaces & Mind-Blowing Savings

There has been a lot of discussion about incorporating mindfulness practices into the corporate sector. We appreciate that there are varying opinions on its effectiveness, but is it worth a try?