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If You're Too Busy to Meditate, Read This

Phillip

I've posted a couple of things on meditation recently, but here is another case for practicing mindfulness. In case anyone claims they don't have the time to implement meditation for practical and productive reasons, this Harvard Business Review piece by Peter Bergman argues that meditation doesn't just provide mental and physical health benefits, but actually boosts our productivity! How? By increasing your capacity to resist distracting urges! Read on to learn how.

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  • kristin.taghon

    Thank you for this article. I DO find myself speaking out before I think things through. I used to be so shy that I had to force myself to just speak up without worrying about what people would think, without trying to figure out exactly how to say it. Now, I have to hold back. It's tough to moderate. I will try meditating. Thank you!

    • Phillip

      Hi Kristin, thanks for mentioning this. It's reminding me to continue instilling meditation into my daily ritual!

  • Meditate to Regenerate

    It's true that through meditation, one learns about themselves. The simple time spent in your personal bubble allows you to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses. No wonder productivity in improved!