Higher consciousness is needed for mindful leadership


“Consciousness is contagious.”
– Sigmund Freud

Increasing your consciousness is like climbing your inner mountain. You can see and perceive more as you ascend. The bigger your perspective, the greater number of possibilities you have or can create. Read More

Want to develop stronger willpower and mindfulness? Turn off your auto-response.

When you master your willpower, you’ve come a long way toward mastering your mind and life! Strong willpower is an important characteristic for leaders in all positions —whether you’re leading a family, a small business, a team or organization, or, most important, leading yourself! Read More

ICU staff decrease stress reactivity 40 percent with mindfulness training.

Do you sometimes react like your stresses are life-and-death? Most of us do, and it sucks the energy from our minds and bodies. How would you handle stress if you were really dealing with life-and-death situations and decisions, like ICU nurses do? Read More

What does mindfulness have to do with personal or leadership success?


“Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different; enjoying the pleasant without holding on when it changes (which it will); being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t).”
– James Baraz

The extensive benefits of mindfulness training for your mind, body and spirit are amazing. It wasn’t many years ago when an executive said, “Why would I ever want to run if I wasn’t playing a sport or a game?” Now, most executives recognize the many mind/body benefits from physical activity. Have you noticed the mindset change in you? Others? Read More

Do you inspire others with your courage and willingness to take well thought-out risks?


Do you stay with what’s comfortable? Or do you push yourself out of your comfort zone and inspire others to do the same? Can you imagine an athlete who only trains in comfort and never pushes into discomfort? An athlete has to train into discomfort and even pain to Read More