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Mindful : April 2017
What’s the worst thing about being in a relationship? • “Having to share food.” • “Miscommunication.” • “Knowing that I have to look hard at myself.” • “Having to trust another person with my vulnerabilities.” • “Putting up with other person thinking they’re right all the time.” • “Snoring.” • “Worrying that your happi- ness will negatively impact the other person.” • “Having to worry about someone else’s feelings all the time.” • “Going to bed mad.” • “Dealing with in-laws.” • “Answering to someone else.” • “Sometimes my sadness makes him sad too.” What’s the silliest thing you’ve argued about with a romantic partner? • “Dog pee.” • “We constantly argue about things we agree on.” • “Manpons.” • “Misplaced underwear.” • “Stacking the dishwasher.” • “Whether fat-free milk is the same as skim.” • “Poop.” • “Driving directions.” • “Trivia.” • “Debit or cash payment method.” • “An Arby's roast beef sandwich!” • “Reusing tea bags.” • “How to squeeze the toothpaste.” • “Being messy (me).” • “Cat hair.” • “Representational art.” ● We succeed when we help each other excel. Leaders require a strong, steady framework of trusted colleagues to clarify and realize their vision. And those trusted colleagues likewise need a strong, steady vision upon which to thread their own achievements. This vital exchange can only happen when we are all tapping into the full magnitude of resources our minds have to offer. That’s why focusing on mindful, whole- hearted leadership is a major part of our workforce training mission. Let’s make the most out of everything our minds have to offer. The Mind the Moment program was developed and is offered by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. Ask us how we are helping to train the leaders of today, and tomorrow. email@example.com Find out other ways we’re partnering with the present moment at hphc.org/mindfulness There are multiple ways to measure success, but here’s the way we like to approach it: 6 mindful April 2017 ILLUSTRATIONCOURTESYVECTEEZY To meet and learn from the best writers and teachers on mindfulness today, sign up for our email newsletters at mindful.org. To share your feedback, email us with your full name, city, and state or province at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit facebook.com/mindfulorg or tweet us @MindfulOnline. For subscription questions, email email@example.com. Comments chosen for publication may be edited for length and clarity. All submissions and manuscripts become the property of The Foundation for a Mindful Society. connect