WHAT AN ALMOST FATAL CAR ACCIDENT TAUGHT ME ABOUT MINDFULNESS

I can still remember the day I totalled my car.  Apparently I went through a red light (don’t remember) and slammed into the side of a minivan that was making a left turn in front of me. It’s a miracle I came through it alive.

I couldn’t tell the police officer how it all happened. I was behind the wheel but my mind was somewhere else, distracted by what wouldn’t have mattered a bit had that day been my last one on this earth.

Mindfulness, simply put, is being fully present in any given moment. 

Mindfulness can be as simple as learning to breathe, removing distractions, focusing on a single task, putting away the phone at meetings or during conversations, taking time to get centered and focused, etc.

I hope to do more and more of all the aevery day, when I work, when I’m by myself, when I’m around others—and when I’m driving. That’s what I hope those I have the privilege to influence will want to do as well.

That’s the motivation behind this new segment. My hope is that it will help you as well.

Free Resource

My Goal Setting Masterclass can help you become more mindful. It’s online and it’s free here. It’s my gift to you to take mindfulness to the next level.

Mindfulness at Work

If you want to learn more about mindfulness training at work, both the pros and cons (according to the experts), here are three articles you may find helpful.

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