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There’s a lot of talk about mindfulness at work these days, and – it seems to me from the things landing in my inbox – a fair few people jumping onto bandwagons. Mindfulness has become a buzzword.

Like any hype, asking people (even those who purportedly know about mindfulness practice) to translate the buzz into words we can understand often produces more jargon or abstract terminology.

So it’s a delight to hear mindfulness at work explained by Mark Lesser in this video of the talk he gave at the Mindfulness and Well-Being at Work conference.

Mindfulness at Work

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Mindfulness is a simple and effective way of training your mind to behave. This guide gives you the basic exercises to help you develop the skills in yourself. When your mind can let go if its normal busy activity you set it free to discover things in a new way.

Here’s a link to my Lifehack on how to integrate mindfulness into your daily routines.

How to practice Mindfulness

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