In Episode 18, I speak with Dr. Chris Germer, who is a Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, co-founder of Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) and author of several books on the subject. Dr. Germer unravels intriguing aspects of human behavior, his connection with India, the inspirations he derives from Indian contemplative wisdom, […]
As groups of people become more mindful of their thoughts and emotions, that perception spreads to their surroundings and sheds awareness on how others are doing. This mutual understanding strengthens company culture and leads to cohesive growth and satisfaction.
A practice in mindfulness reigns in focus and enables self-starters to perceive life more clearly, bringing greater peace and contentment with the current moment. This bright outlook translates into sound decision making with sustainable progression.
From this space of radical self-acceptance, we're able to connect to our unique capabilities and bask in our sense of worth. This confidence opens the door to endless professional and personal opportunities that may otherwise have appeared unattainable. Tap into the wealth that's inherently within and around you, just waiting to be recognized.