Mindfulness Meditation & Emotional Intelligence

To learn is to live! I devote most of my personal and professional learning energy into books and podcasts, but I also have some favorite online resources. These sorts of curated lists evolve over time, but as of February 2019 these are my favorites. Contact...

Technological disruption (think Big Data, algorithms, and biotechnology such as Artificial Intelligence aka AI) is changing economies, industries, individual companies, and specific jobs at breakneck speed. Can a person who still has decades of work ahead of them possibly keep up? I believe there are six...

What does it mean to be a "mindful ally" to women? Mindfulness Meditation is the practice of "paying attention on purpose" to what's happening inside of you and around you, moment by moment, so that you become progressively more deliberate, compassionate, and effective in the choices...

Mindfulness, popularly defined as “paying attention on purpose,” can be practiced in solitude or during interactions with others. Mindfulness at home or with friends can infuse more calm, empathy, and tenderness into our most important relationships. And if you're like everyone else, you could use...

9 Mindfulness Tips for The Workplace During your commute to and from work, notice the cars, architecture, natural beauty, and other elements that surround you, as well as the emotions you’re experiencing in your body. When you feel stressed or anxious during a meeting or...

As I hit a "milestone" birthday this weekend, I find myself grateful for the journey so far and excited about the possibilities going forward. There's a lot of things I would do differently if I could regarding people, circumstances, and key choices. But I've learned and...

One of my core values is becoming more self-aware and joyful through ongoing mindfulness practices, In a wonderful book called Search Inside Yourself, Chade-Meng Tan offers the "Siberian North Railroad," or "SBNRR," approach as a way to respond to emotional triggers (i.e., people or situations...

I'm back in the routine of taking early morning walks. They're not very long, but they don't need to be. They're usually technology-free; just me, walking outside and looking around and trying to practice mindfulness activities such as focusing on my breathing and paying attention...

I was driving my daughter to Nashville yesterday when that familiar Beatles' song "Fixing a Hole" came on the radio: "I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in/And stops my mind from wandering/Where it will go...

Zappos founder Tony Hsieh has a cool approach toward creating a work culture of sustainable happiness. His approach examines three forms of happiness: 1. Pleasure 2. Passion, or "flow" 3. Higher purpose, or values Hsieh advises that pleasure is the rarest form of happiness, and should be acknowledged and...