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Using Mindfulness in Business and Work

Learn to stop letting people and situations affect you by practicing the art of mindfulness.

Using Mindfulness in Business and Work

Learn to stop letting people and situations affect you by practicing the art of mindfulness.
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Meet your instructors, Danielle Palli and Cindy Readnower. Danielle Palli is an author, educator, energy worker and mindfulness coach. Cindy Readnower is a publisher, business consultant, author and writer. They are excited to share with you their experience with integrating mindfulness into the workplace for better productivity, greater collaboration and a more peaceful environment. Let us introduce you to the world of using mindfulness in business. Your job, career, or employment affects how you feel mentally, emotionally and physically; your energy levels and your health and wellness. If your career affects you negatively, there ARE things that you can do to not only survive, but also learn to see the stressors in new light, one that you can rise above by practicing mindfulness.
This short segment describes the foundation for the remaining course. It sets the scene for how you should approach this course and how to be successful, emphasizing the key points to be aware of.
In this section, we will discuss the difference between various mindfulness tools such as meditation, affirmations and setting an intention.
In this meditation, we will go through a short visualization exercise that will help you remain calm and centered throughout challenges. This exercise is a great one to do to center after a stressful experience and to prepare ourselves for an upcoming challenge. It is also a helpful foundation exercise to practice prior to other meditations. Be sure to read the accompanying article, "How to Be in the Moment When the Moment Sucks" for an honest look at ways to work through tough situations. Last, we've attached a Journal Entry form for writing down thoughts and observations following this activity.
In this mindfulness exercise, you will go through a process for discovering your unique purpose and what brings you joy. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
In this exercise, you'll take a "practice run" of an upcoming meeting, and set the intention for a positive outcome. This helps you go into a challenging situation mentally and emotionally prepared, and more confident in a productive experience. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
In this affirmation exercise, you'll discover the importance of empathy and compassion, enabling you to recognize that we all face similar challenges - even those co-workers, clients or bosses who you may have trouble relating to. This exercise is a good one to do to develop a stronger working relationship with those around you.
In this guided meditation, you'll uncover hidden personality traits that may be inhibiting your growth in work and relationships, and explore what you can do to make these traits work to your advantage. Be sure to read the attached article on "Letting Go of the Past." While it's centered around New Year's, the exercise outlined is helpful for any time when you need to work through potentially negative emotions. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
This is a practice in re-framing past stressors for a more positive future. Most of us have experienced stressful days we’d like to forget. Maybe it was an argument where you said things you wish you could take back or wished you had reacted differently … Perhaps it was a failed work project that left you embarrassed. Or, maybe it was an experience where you felt someone treated you unfairly, and their criticism left you feeling insecure about your abilities. We're not talking about an experience that annoyed you for a day or two and then you moved on … We're talking about a memory that you replay over and over again, wishing you could change it and dreading falling into that same situation again. This exercise will help you "cut the cords" from past negative experiences and have more confidence today. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
Part of knowing how to handle stress and difficult situations is knowing who you are and what makes you tick. Everyone is different and has to handle events that "push our buttons." The more you know yourself, the more you can overcome difficulties/stress with mindfulness. This segment explores some ways to get to know yourself better.

Mindfulness in Business offers you the opportunity to find your unique potential, discover your purpose in life and career, foster better communication in the workplace, and experience greater success and productivity.

You may have noticed that there are others you know who seem to go through work and life with greater ease. As the same time, you may feel as if there is a constant struggle and that the cards are stacked against you. The secret that they know and you can learn is that being more mindful can change your experience for the better. 

Whether you are exploring mindfulness exercises for the first time, or seek to deepen your practice, this course is designed to teach you tools for creating a better life. We will explore several different mindfulness tools, including affirmations, setting intentions, guided meditation, and visualizations. 

The mindfulness tools that we teach include:

  • Exercises in grounding and remaining centered no matter what the challenge
  • Developing a deeper understanding and compassion for those around us
  • Creating the work environment and career that we genuinely love.

Once you complete this course, you will have the foundation to practice six new mindfulness meditations and exercises that you can utilize at any time.

Requirements

There are no prerequisites for this class. We do, however, hope you come into the class with an open mind and heart.

Meet your instructors, Danielle Palli and Cindy Readnower. Danielle Palli is an author, educator, energy worker and mindfulness coach. Cindy Readnower is a publisher, business consultant, author and writer. They are excited to share with you their experience with integrating mindfulness into the workplace for better productivity, greater collaboration and a more peaceful environment. Let us introduce you to the world of using mindfulness in business. Your job, career, or employment affects how you feel mentally, emotionally and physically; your energy levels and your health and wellness. If your career affects you negatively, there ARE things that you can do to not only survive, but also learn to see the stressors in new light, one that you can rise above by practicing mindfulness.
This short segment describes the foundation for the remaining course. It sets the scene for how you should approach this course and how to be successful, emphasizing the key points to be aware of.
In this section, we will discuss the difference between various mindfulness tools such as meditation, affirmations and setting an intention.
In this meditation, we will go through a short visualization exercise that will help you remain calm and centered throughout challenges. This exercise is a great one to do to center after a stressful experience and to prepare ourselves for an upcoming challenge. It is also a helpful foundation exercise to practice prior to other meditations. Be sure to read the accompanying article, "How to Be in the Moment When the Moment Sucks" for an honest look at ways to work through tough situations. Last, we've attached a Journal Entry form for writing down thoughts and observations following this activity.
In this mindfulness exercise, you will go through a process for discovering your unique purpose and what brings you joy. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
In this exercise, you'll take a "practice run" of an upcoming meeting, and set the intention for a positive outcome. This helps you go into a challenging situation mentally and emotionally prepared, and more confident in a productive experience. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
In this affirmation exercise, you'll discover the importance of empathy and compassion, enabling you to recognize that we all face similar challenges - even those co-workers, clients or bosses who you may have trouble relating to. This exercise is a good one to do to develop a stronger working relationship with those around you.
In this guided meditation, you'll uncover hidden personality traits that may be inhibiting your growth in work and relationships, and explore what you can do to make these traits work to your advantage. Be sure to read the attached article on "Letting Go of the Past." While it's centered around New Year's, the exercise outlined is helpful for any time when you need to work through potentially negative emotions. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
This is a practice in re-framing past stressors for a more positive future. Most of us have experienced stressful days we’d like to forget. Maybe it was an argument where you said things you wish you could take back or wished you had reacted differently … Perhaps it was a failed work project that left you embarrassed. Or, maybe it was an experience where you felt someone treated you unfairly, and their criticism left you feeling insecure about your abilities. We're not talking about an experience that annoyed you for a day or two and then you moved on … We're talking about a memory that you replay over and over again, wishing you could change it and dreading falling into that same situation again. This exercise will help you "cut the cords" from past negative experiences and have more confidence today. There is also a Journal Entry form attached for writing down thoughts and observations about this experience.
Part of knowing how to handle stress and difficult situations is knowing who you are and what makes you tick. Everyone is different and has to handle events that "push our buttons." The more you know yourself, the more you can overcome difficulties/stress with mindfulness. This segment explores some ways to get to know yourself better.

About the instructors

Danielle Palli

Mindfulness Coach
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Cynthia Readnower

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Cynthia Readnower is an author, columnist, publisher and owner of Skinny Leopard Media. She spent years in sales and marketing with Fortune 500 technology companies. She has owned restaurants and other businesses. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Dayton and is a small business, marketing and publishing consultant. She has over 20,000 followers on Twitter (@CindyReadnower) and actively helps others on social media training.

She is a life-long learner and has taken numerous courses on intuitive development, energy healing, and many other spiritual topics. An avid reader, it's not unusual for her to read several books a week. She is the author of Straight Talk About Franchising: What I Learned and You Need to Know, Easy Book Promotion, and Inherited Secrets.

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