Mindfulness for Work, Mindfulness for Life.
In today's busy rush of life, we can forget to take the time to pay attention to the things that really matter. Our current ways of living have trained our brains to be fragmented and distracted, and this has resulted in decreased happiness, increased illness and reduced productivity. All of this has made it increasingly difficult to know what we need to thrive.
Fortunately, there is another way.
Mindfulness, the practice of being aware of what is happening right now, in this moment, and exploring that awareness with a curious and non-judgmental attitude, is a skill that can be learned. Research is increasingly showing that learning and practicing mindfulness helps us to counter the way things have been, opening the door to a new way of being.
Focus, Clarity & Productivity
At work and in life, the capacity to sustain attention is critically important to being effective and productive. Seeing the reality of what is present is necessary for wise and conscious decisions. With mindfulness, perspectives are widened and calmed, rather than being narrowed and frantic. Much like "mental hygiene", mindfulness clears out the clutter and stories so that our day can be managed with more clarity and creativity.
We have given talks, classes or workshops for many organizations, including:
UCSD's Rady School of Management, Center for Executive Education
Global Equity Organization
Women President's Organization (WPO)
Women's Law Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)
The National Association for Legal Placement (NALP)
The American Bar Association (ABA)
The Association for Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL)
The San Diego County Bar Association (SDCBA)
San Diego County Law Library
The San Diego Association of Law Librarians (SANDALL)
California Western School of Law
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Cal State San Marcos School of Management