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The Year of a Mindful Career: 30-Minute Sprints

I’ve been working hard to be more mindful. One of my big intentions is to cultivate the habit of focus. For me this means truly being present in the moment and giving my full attention to the person or task before me. In a world where we are bombarded by distractions, this isn’t easy. Probably […]

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The Year of a Mindful Career: Where Will You Be In Five Years?

If you’re learning anything about mindfulness, you know the focus is on the moment—not five years from now. Therefore, why am I asking this ridiculous question? Well, if you’re a career-minded person, you’ve probably been contemplating this question. If not in your own musings, then when you’re asked in an interview. Being mindful doesn’t mean […]

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The Year of a Mindful Career: Don’t Quit

When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, When the road you’re trudging seems all uphill, When the funds are low and the debts are high, And you want to smile, but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit, Rest if you must, but don’t you quit. – Anonymous Personal […]

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The Year of a Mindful Career: Flow

As a certified yoga practitioner (RYT), I understand the importance of flow. If we don’t invite our bodies (and minds) to flow freely and in new ways, we often become stuck. This limits our potential and energy. What places are stuck within you or need more energy to move through them? Perhaps flow is what […]

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The Year of a Mindful Career: Communication Reflection

According to success expert, Brian Tracy, “Your ability to communicate effectively with others will do more to make you successful than any other skill that you can develop.” That is powerful stuff. I, probably like you, don’t always clarify my communication as much as I would like. Perhaps I say something I don’t mean, or […]

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