Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Practice: Find meaning at work, part of Mindfulness Practices.
- This practice is to help you become more aware … of what you find meaningful, … so you can be inspired everyday. … Find a quiet space and shut off any distractions. … Sit comfortably, relaxing your shoulders, … your feet on the floor. … Close your eyes or soften your gaze. … Inhale through your nose, exhale through your mouth. … Start to become aware of the sensation of your breath … as it goes in. … Now deepen your breath, … breathing in, … two, three, four, out. … Two, three, four, in. … Two, three, four, out. … Two, three, four, in. … Two, three, four, out. … Two, three, four. … As you feel yourself relaxing, … bring to mind a time when you felt joy at work. … Not because of a major accomplishment, … it was a simple joy of being engaged … in an activity that absorbed you fully. … Some people find joy in being creative, … others find joy in bringing people together, … still others find joy in confronting … and overcoming challenges. … Or in mentoring others. … Or just in creating deep and trusted relationships. …
- Releasing stress
- Improving focus and creativity
- Finding meaning
- Cultivating joy
- Collaborating with difficult people
- Preparing for challenging conversations
- Being resilient after failure
- Facing fear
- Successfully handling change and crisis
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Lead Yourself
2. Lead Others
3. Lead in Challenging Times
Stay with your practice1m 32s
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