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My friend Steve, in Charlotte, NC, is very intentional about his daily practice of mindful-ness. As an executive coach and yoga master, he has achieved a state of awareness that others cannot imagine. Yes, this is his car…
Steve would ask, “What daily practice do you adopt to increase mindfulness?”
Prayer? Meditation? Random acts of kindness? Daily expressions of gratitude? Generosity?
Throughout 4,500 years of recorded history, humans have sought insight from such daily practices.
Yoga teaches the value of breathing and moving. Just like any hard physical activity. Gardening. Running ultra marathons. Doing 10-day expedition adventure races.
Now we have social media triggers such as this clip from Alan Watts to take us on a virtual adventure…
Alternately, for those who need a provocative clip from Alan Watts, consider this:
More importantly, a coaching question is “What daily practice do you adopt to increase mindfulness?”
It may be obvious, however, I want to encourage you to:
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The purpose of this blog is to share what works.
So, what works for you?