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Work-Life Balance: The Prevailing Issue of Our Times by Jeff Davidson

For several years now, those who apparently have no idea…

This is what happens when you try to fit in, rather than letting your core self prevail. An interview with Sarah Thayer

“One Friday lunchtime in 1998, I bought the book by…

Handle Big Challenges Early in the Day by Jeff Davidson

All studies indicate that you’re likely to be more effective…

Effective Yoga Poses for Your Skin and Hair by Manmohan Singh

Summary: The blog intends to explain some of the most…

Re-thinking Time, Space & Interpersonal Connections. What is Quantum Psychology? by Isaac R. Betanzos

What if I told you that the way we perceive…

You Can Find the Time to Stay Fit by Jeff Davidson

by Jeff Davidson With all that competes for your attention,…

Gratitude

How can we create something new in Life, if we…

Jump or not to jump?

“For all the important changes we must undertake a leap in…

Multitasking is the Same as Multi-switching, and Neither is Good for You by Jeff Davidson

Multitasking is analogous to multi-switching. In 2012, research published in Psychology Today showed that “Multi-tasking is a myth.

How to develop strong self-discipline

“Compassion, tolerance, forgiveness and a sense of self-discipline are qualities…

What do Murakami and Mindfulness have in common?

“In a place far away from anyone or anywhere, I drifted off for a moment.”
From The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Haruki Murakami, 1995

An enlightening interview with Ken Mogi: Work-Life Balance, Ikigai and Millennials

What does “Joy” mean?

….In this sense, joy is your life’s compass, taking you to where you want to go. You follow your joys.

Have you ever considered your meditation practice a waste of time?

The first time you sit on that cushion, it is extremely hard. We all come from a set of rules and a way of thinking that did not allow us to develop calmness and steadiness. In a few words: our mind was not trained to be always present.

Mindfulness is a way of life: an interview with Linda Hall

I find it interesting that many high achievers are unconsciously trying to fill an empty space that never actually gets filled through achievements alone…

Can you control your mind? Getting Stronger Through Mind Control

Have you ever tried to consciously turn off your mind?

You can think of your mind as a little, lively monkey who cannot find any place to settle down, but it needs to jump up and down, at any time, and without control.

The art of listening

Listening to our inner voice it can only happen if our mind is silent and uncluttered. How do you practice inner silence?

How to achieve personal and professional growth. Discovering tools and techniques with Laura La Barbera

Personal and professional growth may be a great life-challenge. Professionals like Laura La Barbera provide significant help in supporting and accompanying individuals throughout the whole journey.

Work-life balance: the myth behind the scene

I lost the sight toward the horizon I have always considered to be my own and indisputable direction.

How does mindfulness based addiction recovery (MBAR) work? An interview with Dr Valerie Mason-John

One of the six senses (mind is the 6th sense) will have contact with an external stimulus like the smell of smoke or alcohol, and a sensation will arise in the body, which could be butterflies or salivating. And thoughts begin to kick in I want it.

How to meditate: Simple meditation for beginners

Do you wish to start a regular meditation practice?

If you are here now you are already on your way to become a regular meditation practitioner.

Meditation practice: an interview with Jim Rajan

For me, meditation is the practice of striving for 100% authenticity. It is the search for ones own truth. And, not necessarily only in a metaphysical way, in a literal way, too.

A coaching journey: an interview with Monika Hansson Tutter

Work-Life balance for me is listening to my body and mind and react when it needs time to recharge.

Mindfulness, joy, fear, work-life balance and much more: an interview with Patricia Thompson, PhD

Aim for work-life alignment by crafting a meaningful professional life that matches up with who you are and what’s important to you

The art of procrastination

Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance

An interview with Bryan Collins: how creativity impacts your success

Seek out inspiration – Innovative ideas often come from happy accidents. You should also read what inspires you and then write about that.

Mindfulness practice: an interview with Kateřina Kryllová

Mindfulness to me is “the capacity to pay attention to what is happening in the present moment with non-judgmental, or even kind, attention.”

Mindfulness and Creativity: an interview with François Bach

Discovering Headspace allowed me to find ease, to lessen that anxiety, and through practice I’m always trying to find a lightness of being. I never imagined I’d work at Headspace. I was living a world away and could only dream of sunny California.

Ikigai: what we talk about when we talk about Talent

We all have potential. This is something that it is naturally part of all human being. We were all born with an extraordinary talent which makes a perfect distinction in comparison with others. I firmly believe that each person has a talent.

The Evolution of Work-Life Balance

The current definition of Work-Life balance has nothing to do…

What is Work-life balance for you?

What is Work-life balance for you? This is the pure…

Work-Life Balance: a matter of segments

Back to the definition of Work-Life balance, lack of awareness leads the individual to the unawareness of the necessary foundational values. Those personal and profound values that determine precisely the segments of each individual’s life.

Mindfulness & Multitasking

At that moment the world got access to infinite information at the same time, the human being found itself in the condition of desiring the acquisition of enormous quantity of data on a short term. Our attention has suffered at the same time by then.

Ikigai: western but Japanese concept

Ikigai may be developed from the very bottom of our inner self. It is in there that we have the best chance to finding the key of our success.

How do you explain mindfulness to a five year-old?

Why do kids need mindfulness? There is something I read…

Habit: beginning your inner change

The principle of getting to know oneself shall be considered…

Work-Life Balance: Getting Started

Parlare di Work-Life Balance lascia spesso una lieve sensazione di…

Work-Life Balance. Working to live vs Living to work

Work-Life balance is not allocating your time equally between work…

Prague Pride 2018 festival program

Visit Prague Pride this upcoming pride season as it has…

Discovering “Africa Water Initiative”

More than a billion people lack adequate access to clean…

A short film story by Steve Cutts

        Is this your life? by Steve…

Routine is Lethal

Photo by Zac Durant on Unsplash How many times, we…

5 Best Websites For Non-profit Jobs

Are you dreaming about a meaningful job? There might be…

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