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Elevate Your Leadership Game: Embrace Mindfulness at Work

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I'm Ashley!

Obsessed with all things wellness, and determined to help people become tap into that voice inside of themselves and garner the courage to actually listen to what it says. 

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Taking care of yourself is more than bubble baths

Take off the mask you wear at the office and let your true self shine. 

Ever found yourself in the middle of a meeting, realizing you’ve drifted off into a mental grocery list or a weekend plan? Well, welcome to the club! We’ve all been there, and let me tell you, it’s not a VIP one.

I was once stuck in this loop of constant distraction and dwindling focus. But then, I discovered the power of mindfulness, and trust me, it’s been a game-changer, not just for me but for many executives and organizations I’ve worked with.

There’s a common misconception that mindfulness involves sitting cross-legged on a mountain peak, humming away to nirvana. Spoiler alert: it doesn’t. Mindfulness is about being fully present in the moment, not lost in past regrets or future anxieties. It’s about keeping your mind where your body is. And guess what? You can do it right at your desk!

Let’s talk about three ways to incorporate mindfulness into your daily work routine:

  1. Mindful Mornings: Start your day with a brief mindfulness practice. Spend a few minutes focusing on your breath, recognizing your thoughts, and setting an intention for the day. It’s like giving your mind a much-needed warm-up before a marathon of tasks and decisions.
  2. Mindful Meetings: Before you jump into discussing agendas and strategies, take a moment to ground everyone in the present. A minute of collective silence can help clear the cognitive clutter and bring focus to the task at hand.
  3. Mindful Interactions: Be fully present during your interactions with your team. Listen actively, respond thoughtfully, and resist the urge to multi-task. It not only enhances communication but also fosters trust and respect.

Ready to dive deeper into the world of mindful leadership? Here are three resources to get you started:

  1. Watch: The Power of Mindfulness: What You Practice Grows Stronger – A TED talk by Shauna Shapiro exploring the science behind mindfulness.
  2. Read: “Search Inside Yourself: The Unexpected Path to Achieving Success, Happiness (and World Peace)” – A book by Chade-Meng Tan that beautifully combines mindfulness practices with business leadership.
  3. Explore: Mindfulness in the Workplace: An Evidence-based Approach to Improving Wellbeing and Maximizing Performance – A scholarly article exploring the evidence-based benefits of mindfulness in the workplace.

In the end, remember, mindfulness isn’t about attaining perfection, it’s about creating space – space for creativity, space for growth, and space for authenticity. So, why not give it a shot?

Now, if you’re intrigued and ready to take your leadership game to the next level, check out our mindfulness workshops. Packed with powerful tools and techniques, these sessions are designed to help you and your team unlock the potential of mindful leadership.

So, are you ready to take the leap? Sign up today and start your journey towards becoming a mindful leader!

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I'm a wellness obsessed jill-of-all-trades.  As I was building my Mindfulness business, helping companies care for their employees wellbeing through meditation and breathwork, I also became so excited to help other entrepreneurs build businesses based on what they're here to do in the world.   And with my corporate background in event management, curating  intimate spaces to bring like-minded people together IRL is a gift.  That's what you'll find here!  Welcome !

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