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Determination, Discipline, Mindfulness and Freedom “A tree that fills your embrace grows from a seedling.  A tower nine stories high starts with one brick. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Lao Tzu “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Ancient Proverb   There is often a gap between our intentions and our actions.   Have you noticed it with your children?   Have you noticed it in your 
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Mindfulness, Fear, Worry and Anxiety (Part 2) In the last post I talked about how fear is both an instinct and an emotion, and is something which we can’t do away with (nor should we want to). The question is how do we make it work in support of our happiness, and not be the cause of our suffering.   And of course how can mindfulness help in that effort. Let’s start by investigating a bit 
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Mindfulness, Fear, Worry and Anxiety (Part 1)   Fear, anxiety and worry are said to be one of the biggest problems confronting our society–and our children. A recent NYTimes article entitled ” Why Are More American Teenager Suffering From Severe Anxiety” details recent studies on the widespread problem, which has been called an epidemic. And the problem is not limited to our children–the Rolling Stone article “Why We Are Living In An Age of Fear” 
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Mindfulness—Like Life– Takes Practice Practically everything in life which is worthwhile requires practice in order to get good at it. And you need to keep practicing to get better at it. Golf, swimming, cooking a soufflé, math, chess, riding a bike, making an opening statement–in pretty much all aspects of our life, practice is required to acquire, maintain and improve skills. Mindfulness is no different. Mindfulness–the ability to pay attention to what is happening right 
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Mindfulness In The Business World Over the last 15 years there has been an increased interest in mindfulness in a variety of segments of our society. It is interesting to see how the business world has taken to mindfulness over the last decade.  One of the earliest examples is the Search Inside Yourself program started at Google by employee number 107 (Chade Meng-Tan, who goes simply by “Meng”) over 10 years ago. Since then thousands 
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