The Mindful Path, LLC | mindfulness
Cheryl Jones, mindfulness, mindfulness-based wellness program, mindfulness practices at work, Resilience Coach, Mindfulness Speaker, Wellness Strategy Consultant, Central Connecticut mindfulness speaker, Central Connecticut mindfulness author, mindfulness training, Mindful Exercise
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Join Me on The Mindful Path to Leadership

Mindfulness in the workplace has become a hot topic these days as organizations strive to achieve business excellence, drive employee engagement, and manage constant change. The challenge is that the very use of mindfulness to accomplish anything goes against the teachings of the practice. Mindfulness involves...

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Parenting involves mentorship

As parents we’re also mentors. Mentoring is about developing your own personal leadership brand. What do you stand for? What are the most important things you want your children to learn from you? Or remember about you? Mindfulness will help you know yourself more deeply....

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Mindful shopping

Most of us engage in a bit of retail therapy. Some folks shop supermarket sweepstakes style as a regular way of coping with stress. While this can improve our mood at the time it only worsens stress levels when the bills come in. Shopping is a...

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What it means to live in the present moment

These days there’s a lot of talk about mindfulness. The standard definition is something like this: living in the present moment without judgment. I think most people are scratching their heads wondering what that really means. Or they’re thinking mindfulness is some hedonist thing. Live for...

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No joke, mindfulness is really quite simple

Mindfulness is simply about being rather than doing. Giving ourselves space between all the busyness is critical to our mental, spiritual, and physical well-being. Most of the time we are so busy running from one activity to another that we barely have time to catch our...

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