It was an honor to present our "Intro to Personalized Mindfulness: Becoming The Eye of the Storm" workshop for Ridgewood Public Schools. Educators, counselors, and administrators had the opportunity to craft their own mindfulness practices that aligned with their intrinsic motivation. That way, they will be far more likely to practice and gain all its benefits -- from forging a positive school culture to self-care. For a free session and consultation, e-mail email@example.com and see below for other key take-aways:
Every day we encounter literally thousands of things that can guide us back to the present; if we just let them. As a stress-reduction coach for Personalized Mindfulness, I’ve found that these opportunities are what build resilience. They free us from past regrets and future anxieties by reminding us that all we really have is now. In this blog mini-series, I will spotlight some of the easiest and most effective ones.
Own the Moment #1 - Before picking up a call or responding to e-mail, take a breath.
We have a tendency to dive from one task to another in a non-stop race to finish work. This can lead to burnout. Instead, take a breath before responding to your next email or call. It will give you much needed perspective and allow you the requisite sustenance (i.e., oxygen) to deal with whatever arises from a more centered place. The best part is, it only takes a few seconds!
Tomorrow’s “Own the Moment” will be…wait, don’t worry about tomorrow. Just focus on this one.
Drawing on over ten years of experience, Nick Mosca empowers people to align mindfulness practices with their interests, reduce stress, and reclaim their lives.
Nick is the founder of Personalized Mindfulness, a national wellness company that boosts resilience through cutting-edge workshops, consultations, and keynotes.
For a free session, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 285-5220