Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, be aware of where we are and what we're doing, and not be overly reactive or overwhelmed by what's going on around us. Mindfulness is a quality that we all already possess, it's not something we have to conjure up, we just must learn how to access it better. Mindfulness is innate, but it needs to be successfully cultivated through proven techniques.
Be present and be aware of what you are doing at work. Getting side tracked by unnecessary head clogging thoughts, especially at work, is easy to do. Just focus on the work you're at work to do and not on distractive aspects of life
In your quiet moments, reminisce and be appreciative about all the great people and things around you. This will help you to be mindful. Practicing gratitude has a positive impact on you, your wellness, creativity, work relationships, and the quality of work that you do
People often brag about the fact they can multitask better than others at work. However, if when you find yourself needing to practice mindfulness, this is a negative. Begin to focus your attention on one, singular task at a time. It will help you to be more mindful.
Our minds work like machines and can quickly get set to autopilot while at work. Getting off a task and focusing on other things is way too easy, so it is essential that you set reminders to take intermittent breaks, walk around, breathe in fresh air and clear.
Try actively to manage stress by focusing on what relieves you from feeling stressed. It sounds difficult but try to embrace stress at work with mindful techniques and you will see a significant difference in your stress level
Our first instinct as human beings may often be a negative reaction at work to things we don't like. Even though this is a natural response, it should be avoided. Practice being mindful of other things that are positive at work
Humility is thought of as weakness in the world we live in today. However, the root word, "humilis" is the Latin term for "remaining grounded." We are taught, especially in certain work environments, that humility is to be avoided, but it is the humble person that's often more productive and rises through the ranks while remaining well respected by others
If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.
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