(as of Mar 29,2021 06:21:20 UTC – Details)
Most of us spend our whole lives learning to think, to “upshift” our minds into high mental gear.
While this ability is useful a lot of the time—when we’re taking a test, for example, or solving a problem at work—we also need practice mentally shifting in the other direction.
Certain activities like falling asleep or letting go of worry, for instance, actually require that we think less not more.
Mindfulness is the best way to get better at this skill.
Mindfulness is not about living life in slow motion. It’s about enhancing focus and awareness both in work and in life.
It’s about stripping away distractions and staying on track with the individual, as well as organizational, goals.
Take control of your mindfulness: read this book and see what they do for you.