Research shows Mindfulness works. Paradoxically, it helps us slow down to speed up. When a person develops a habit of mindfulness they become more alert to what is happening around them and what is happening within them. It is this ability to recognise environmental, emotional and thought based triggers (before they escalate in to a behaviour) that develops efficient practices at work and home.
If your workplace is a stress place or you’d like to practice a more mindful approach to life, have a look at this recent article I published on LinkedIn. It offers 4 easy to implement activities that help you be mindful at work.
Nicole is an experienced Secondary School English teacher, Certified Gallup Strengths coach and qualified Meditation teacher based in Sydney. She helps people connect to their purpose, find their path and deliver their message. Talk to her today and learn how to manage stress, find direction and understand the connection between thoughts, feelings and behaviours. If you would like to learn more about the factors influencing your decision making process, contact Nicole today for a free, introductory coaching session. We can arrange face to face consultations on the Gold Coast or Sydney. Alternatively ask about our Zoom sessions.
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