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Mindful : December 2017
This deck is a useful way to infuse even your most hectic days with mind- fulness. Chozen Bays, a pediatrician and meditation teacher, takes a lighthearted approach to mindfulness practice—and the variety of cards will keep you inter- ested. One card suggests that you “become aware of the color blue.” Others recommend “doing a silly walk of some kind,” or “giv- ing someone close to you a genuine compliment.” These exercises remind us that we can’t force ourselves to be free and open. Instead, we can see what’s already extraordinary in our lives, simply by paying attention. MINDFULNESS ON THE GO (CARDS) 52 Simple Meditation Practices You Can Do Anywhere Jan Chozen Bays • Shambhala Instead of creating teams that aspired to win at all costs, I wanted to build a culture of high- performance teams that aspired to reach a higher purpose. This account of coaching a boys’ rowing team has more to do with mindfulness than you might guess. Dorland, an Olympic-rower-turned- coach, describes how he and his young athletes prepared for major competitions by prioritizing hard work, coop- eration, and compassion over race results—an approach that flies in the face of the prevailing view of competition as a win-or-lose struggle. Yet his team’s triumphs dem- onstrate that mindfulness in sports can lead to incredible performance, not to men- tion greater enjoyment of the game. Dorland’s enthusiasm and conviction make this an uplifting read. PULLING TOGETHER A Coach’s Journey to Uncover the Mindset of True Potential Jason Dorland • Heritage House PASSIONATE ABOUT BRINGING MINDFULNESS INTO ORGANIZATIONS? Potential Project is a global leader in organizational mindfulness. Our passion and our mission is to enhance performance, resilience and creativity for individuals and organizations across the globe. Our scientific approach behind our Corporate Based Mindfulness TrainingTM programs has allowed us to become a pioneer in delivering high performance, job satisfaction, mental effectiveness and more to the clients we serve.We are based in over 25 countries and provide comprehensive cultural change solutions to Accenture, Microsoft, Genentech, Ingersoll Rand, Lego and many others. We are expanding in North America, seeking a Business Development Director as well as prospective trainers. Ideal candidates are strategic thinkers with excellent facilitation skills and exceptional business acumen while having significant corporate experience, a dedicated mindfulness practice and a strong commitment to being of service.We are especially looking for qualified applicants in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington DC, Seattle, Los Angeles, Boston and Vancouver. For further information about joining our team as a Trainer, please go to our website and complete an Expression of Interest Form at https://potentialproject.com/join-us/ 82 mindful December 2017 reviews