10 Mindfulness Habits That Will Make You More Successful at Work

“One of the first things I do each morning is a journaling exercise I developed to use gratitude as rocket fuel. Steps include listing everything I’m grateful for and then with the powerful positive resonance of that list, I set my intentions for the day ahead — sometimes it is about slowing down to prioritize what really matters at work, ensuring that self-care is getting as much attention as my deadlines, making time to advance my book project as well as my corporate deliverables, etc. Doing this each day makes me grateful when I enter the office and helps me recalibrate how to handle stressful situations in a mindful manner. Then I start the process over again the next morning by acknowledging wins from the previous day as positive reinforcement.” — Shira Miller, chief communications officer, Atlanta, GA


Published on March 15, 2019

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