Tag Archives: Mindfulness

The 1 question the most interesting people will ask to start great conversations (Inc)

On any given day, we have dozens of interactions and conversations. In fact, one study out of Britain revealed that the average person has 27 conversations every day, lasting an average of 10 minutes each. But what if we changed our approach to engaging new people in conversation? What if we stopped showing up with […]
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The 10 biggest unicorns in the world – mapped (World Economic Forum)

http://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/05/visualizing-the-unicorn-landscape-in-2019 It was only six years ago that venture capitalist Aileen Lee coined the term “unicorn” to describe any privately-held startup worth $1 billion or more. At the time, such valuations were so rare that they deserved a special name – but since then, it’s fair to say that the landscape has shifted dramatically. The […]
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Mindful entrepreneurship: The new age of business

The life of an entrepreneur is often a stressful one, with too few hours in the day. My to-do list never seems to shrink, and my ability to nurture personal and professional relationships often suffers. I’ve learned the extraordinarily high price of not being mindful. Before I started taking a more mindful approach in my business, there […]
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One of our best 2016 MBA theses on mindfulness and moral responsibility

Mindfulness, responsibility, ethical judgement and ethical intent : A virtue ethics perspective By: Small, Cherise 2017 Source: http://hdl.handle.net/2263/59778 ABSTRACT: Proliferation of corporate scandals stands as a stark reminder that leaders can and will behave unethically. Mindfulness and moral responsibility in the context of elements of the ethical decision making process have received limited attention. As […]
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Five ways mindfulness will launch your career (Forbes.com)

By: Travis Bradberry July 06, 2016 Source: http://www.forbes.com Mindfulness is an increasingly popular notion in the workplace, with companies such as Apple, Yahoo, Starbucks, and Google using it to their benefit. Google, for example, offers employees a 19-hour course on the subject, which is so popular that thousands of Googlers take it each year. So […]
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