Compassion is more empowering than empathy, according to research. Mindful leadership expert Rasmus Hougaard breaks down how excessive empathy can contribute to burnout, and explains five key ways to support your teams by leading with compassion.
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Explore these quick reflections as ways to bring more awareness of gratitude to any moment.
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Evidence from healthcare worker communities shows how strengthening our moral resilience, with support by mindfulness, can help us avoid overwhelm at work.
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Partaking in good food and good ideas is a long-held human tradition we shouldn’t underestimate, writes founding editor Barry Boyce.
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Longtime mindfulness practitioner and musician Grant Jones is bringing his two passions together in a project that aims to make mindfulness more accessible for communities of color.
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The thrill of curiosity can motivate us to learn—or it can send us hurtling into rabbit holes and habit loops. Dr. Judson Brewer breaks down what this inner drive has to do with shifting our most ingrained habits.
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Mindfulness meditation is not a one-time thing. You do it again and again. As you keep doing it, a variety of challenges emerge. Here’s some advice for traveling the path of meditation.
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Mindful meditation might overwhelm you some days, and underwhelm you others. With a little practice, you can stay curious and engaged, when you might otherwise run.
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Check in with your body to learn more about your habits and how curiosity plays into them.
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