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My Day of Meditation

Meditation at Work

A few years ago research at the Harvard Business School led to this quote from the Harvard Business Review: “meditation and intuition are the two most valuable executive tools for the 21st century” Today, I read another interesting article in the Harvard Business Review all about managing the ‘attention economy’: ‘attention economics’ where human attention […]

Attention Deficit Trait

“Modern office life and an increasingly common condition called ‘Attention Deficit Trait’ are turning steady workers into frenzied underachievers” Dr Edward Hallowell, Harvard Business Review What is the major challenge for workers today? Attention! Information overload, distraction and ‘sensory noise’ close down our ability to focus, think clearly and strategically, and effectively make decisions and […]

Business Leaders And Meditation

Corporate Meditation

It was back in 2011 that I began a series of ongoing meditation classes with the Melbourne office of Minter Ellison .. so it would seem that the Australian legal fraternity are ahead of the pack going by today’s article in The Wall Street Journal, “Lawyers Go Zen, With Few Objections”Scott Rogers, founder and director […]

Meditation: The New Corporate Wellness T...

corporate meditation onsite

I recently completed a six week Introduction to Meditation program with the Melbourne office of leading Australian law firm, Minter Ellison. The Minter Ellison ResilientME program is described as “a co-ordinated and integrated initiative to foster employee wellbeing and reduce the risk of stress and depression in the workplace. The ResilientME program aims to create staff […]