The Price of Poor Wellbeing - Gallup Management Journal

12 August 2010

For organizations and individuals, the costs aren't just physical -- they're financial too. Here's how employers can tackle this problem.

by Bryant Ott


Engagement, Wellbeing, and Downturn - Gallup Study

05 August 2010

Persistent economic problems have hurt American workers, but not fatally

by Jennifer Robison

How do you get your ideas heard?

by John Maxwell

Recently, I was asked a question that I hear pretty often.

Usually the questioner is young, perhaps newly-graduated from school. They’re almost always new to their current job. And I can often hear their frustration when they ask:

Please tell me, how can someone just entering the workforce create change?

The Art of Praise and Compliment

by Bo Bennett, DTM 

Mindful Awareness, The Pita Bread, My Guru!

My Guru, The Pita Bread!

I am no Monk, nor any authority to claim knowledge about the Dharma. But I do have a somewhat regular, yet sincere contemplative mindfulness practice that helps me experience and understand life, as I observe phenomena within and without me. So, here are a few reflections for your coffee time. As you sip on your deliciously made aromatic coffee, tea or hot cocoa accept these thoughts for your reflection.

Parallels between Mindfulness and Accountability!

Would you say 'ACCOUNTABILITY' is an overused word?  How can one increase the value or the meaning behind each part in a word?  In this case: Account - Ability

As I've been pondering to understand phenomena as they occur in my mind, and to enhance my ability to understand my mind, my ESL mind (English as a Second Language) gets activated. That mind that does not get it, that is lost, and has no idea what to link the unknown word to.

Mindfulness and Successful Choice Makers

by Dr. Manijeh Motaghy, PsyD. O. C.

Hundreds of books, articles and study results are published about Mindfulness and its benefits; experts explain Mindfulness in detail as a heightened state of awareness and consciousness when relating to experiences, senses and thoughts. Dr. Jon Kabat-Zin, the founder of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program describes Mindfulness like this:

“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally,”