You might think mindfulness at work is impossible these days. With constant connectivity comes constant interruptions, right?
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Many of us never stop to consider that we can control our notifications, settings, and reminders.
Sure, you might change a few things when you get a new phone or download an app. But when was the last time you thought critically about whether they’re really working for you?
In this post, we’ll talk about how you can create a work environment that’s conducive to mindfulness. That includes easy tips, smart tools, and helpful resources to move you from frazzled to calm.
Your coworkers will be asking for your secret, so be sure to share!
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If you’re feeling frazzled by the demands of modern life, you’re not alone.
According to a recent Gallup
poll, 79% of Americans feel stressed every day. But we have good news. You don’t have to jet off to a month-long meditation retreat to reap the benefits of mindfulness.
It may sound counterintuitive, but your smartphone (you know, that thing in your pocket that drives you crazy?) might just be your best tool for managing stress and helping you focus. Meditation apps are an inexpensive way to test the waters with a new mindfulness practice.
Ready to give it a try? We’ve gathered the ten best meditation apps ideal for beginners, but with room to grow.
Let’s take a look at each one to give you a sense of what they offer.
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I will be giving a presentation tomorrow (Tuesday, November 17) on apps that can help to promote focus and mindfulness at MIT (Room 4-270), as part of the Radius “Hack Your Mind” program. There has been a boom in mindfulness apps over the last year or two, which makes this an exciting time to give the presentation.
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If you look up “meditate” you will most likely come across a definition similar to the one above. It’s funny because when I think of meditation, I think of the opposite of “thinking deeply.” I meditate to calm my mind and slow down.
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