The concept of mindful technology is edging its way into the mainstream as more and more people want to break free of unhealthy digital habits.
Pete Dunlap, Founder of Digital Detangler, is poised to help with this uniquely modern problem. He empowers individuals, schools, and businesses to transform their digital environments for greater well-being.
Robert Plotkin recently interviewed Pete on the Technology for Mindfulness podcast to learn how he became the Digital Detangler and what individuals can do to take control of their own technology use.
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You might think mindfulness at work is impossible these days. With constant connectivity comes constant interruptions, right?
But it doesnâ€™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 theyâ€™re really working for you?
In this post, we’llÂ talk about how you can create a work environment thatâ€™s conducive to mindfulness.Â 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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Forget about hip cafÃ©s in the office, company cars, and gym memberships, the best company perk might be something a little simpler. As meditation increases in popularity, many employers are taking notice and hopping on board by offering free mindfulness and meditation classes to their employees.
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About twenty years ago, when I was a junior associate at a Boston law firm, a more senior lawyer told me about a lawyer he had known who had practiced law until the 1950s. This lawyer insisted on:
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This weekend I am attending a legal conference with 10,000 intellectual property attorneys from nearly every country in the world. Â It is a great opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and to begin to form new relationships.
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The law firm Weil Gotshal & Manges sent an email to its employees on April 1 stating that electronic messages would not be transmitted by the firm’s servers late at night or be delivered to employees while on vacation. Â Seems like a reasonable and respectful way to counter the constant need for connectivity among professionals, in an effort to reduce stress and improve health and well-being, right?
Continue reading Too Bad Law Firm’s Mindful Email Policy Was Just an April Fool’s Joke