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Embrace ambient office sounds as a mindfulness anchor. Tune into the hum of air conditioning, the tapping of keyboards, or the murmur of voices to practice being present.
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Set an email notification sound as your "mindfulness bell." When it rings, pause and take a deep breath before checking and mindfully responding to the message.
Set random reminders throughout your day to engage in brief mindfulness exercises, like a minute of deep breathing or mentally repeating a positive affirmation.
During phone calls, practice mindful breathing. Focus on your breath between sentences and during pauses, bringing your awareness to the present moment.
Maintain mindfulness of your body throughout the day by periodically checking and adjusting your posture. Sit up straight, relax your shoulders, and take a deep breath.
Pause occasionally to visualize the progress you've made on a project. This mental review helps you stay mindful of your accomplishments and maintain focus.
Create a unique mantra for each task, such as "I am focused and efficient" for a report or "I communicate clearly" for an email. Repeat it silently to bring mindfulness to your work.
Use technology breaks, like waiting for a file to download, as a cue for mindfulness. Take a deep breath, stretch, or mentally check in with yourself during these pauses.
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Going to your job everyday can be a hassle but by being more mindful, it makes everything less overwhelming. Here are some tips that I personally use during daytime work.
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