Unlimited Mindfulness is the basic human capability to be fully present and paying careful attention to yourself, others and everything around you with greater discernment.
This Moment will come once in a lifetime, enjoy it to the fullest or regret”
We are going to keep looking at the past and get dragged by it or to be too preoccupied with the possible future and forget the present and joys it bring with it
Awareness of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us is being mindful of one’s self, which in turn helps us to respond to stress better.
Mindfulness is about training the mind to deliberately focus on the present moment and events. Becoming more aware of the present moment can help us enjoy the world around us more and understand ourselves better.
When we become more aware of the present moment, we begin to experience afresh things that we have been taking for granted.
“Mindfulness also allows us to become more aware of the stream of thoughts and feelings that we experience,” says Professor Williams, “and to see how we can become entangled in that stream in ways that are not helpful.
Evidence from clinical studies suggests that there are indeed many benefits of a mindful lifestyle. It helps reduce stress, lowers blood pressure and improves regulation of emotions.
Practicing mindfulness every day can help identify the ideas that are important and sift them away from the riffraff. It is a process, and just like an athlete, you need to train your mind to stay focused on the moment and the task at hand. And spending a few minutes each day to train yourself to be mindful is a small price to pay for the benefits it offers personally and to your career. It’s not a difficult task to inculcate a mindful leaderships style of your own. You will need some practice, focus, and discipline initially.