Mindfulness for People Who Are Too Busy to Meditate

Gonzalez, Maria
March 2014
Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;3/31/2014, p2
The author suggests several mindfulness-enhancing techniques for organization leaders such as micro meditations and paying attention to a specific activity to reduce job stress, enhance brain activity and improve judgment.


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