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Mindful : April 2015
INSPIRING GENEROSITY By Barbara Bonner MINDFULNESS IS BETTER THAN CHOCOLATE By David Michie SMILING MIND APP By Smiling Mind Available for iPhone and Android STOP, BREATHE & THINK APP By Tools for Peace Available for iPhone and Android THE MINDFUL WAY THROUGH STRESS The Proven 8-Week Path to Health, Happiness, and Well-Being Shamash Alidina • Guildford Okay. It’s time to stop squeezing your stress ball in vain and try something new. In his new book, mindfulness teacher Shamash Alidina provides quick and easy tools for working with stress, both shor t and long term, using Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction techniques. Structured as an eight-week guide, the book provides quick, simple exercises, as well as relatable stories to illustrate how stress can build up over time, and how you can easily incorpo- rate mindfulness into your unique lifestyle. WISER Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter Cass Sunstein and Reid Hastie • Har vard Business Review Two heads can be better than one, and three better than t wo, but then there’s groupthink: when likeminded people form a group and—rather than building off of diverse perspectives—become mired in conformity, thus hindering productivity and even amplifying judgement errors. Prolific legal scholar and coauthor Cass Sunstein ser ved as administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs from 2009-12, and knows all too well the historical and modern day damage groupthink has inflicted. Drawing on his experience and Hastie’s exper tise in psychology and behavioral science, Wiser proposes that groups, if they can learn to mitigate groupthink, are the key to making wise decisions. ● April 2015 mindful 15 Read... Listen... Download