Mindfulness continues to blow up, so much that the rich and powerful have caught on. A recent Forbes column argues that “mindful leadership” leads to an “improved bottom line and more fulfilled employees.” Researchers have found that meditation “significantly enhances the performance” of elite US special forces.
But forget the hype. Let’s get down a working definition of mindfulness, one that is relevant to what matters most in our lives: work, love, fun, friends, and family.
Read my original blog post: jeremymohler.blog/what-being-mindful-really-means-and-why-you-should-try-to-be-it/
A version of this post was previously published on meditationforthemasses.libsyn.com and is republished here with permission from the author.
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