Do You Find It Harder To Concentrate Then You Used To?
I was interviewed for an article by Denver Post reporter Dave Burdick about using mindfulness in the workplace to be more productive and less stressed out.
Dave was looking for suggestions on how to deal with the stress and distraction that has become so common in our plugged-in, wired-up, internet-connected world. All of our technology toys have given the perfect way to stay distracted from our own minds pretty much all of the time.
When was the last time you completely unplugged and spent the day with just you, yourself and your mind? If you did try it, was it hard? Did you find yourself reaching for your smart phone to see who might of texted, tweeted, facebooked or emailed you only to feel discouraged when you couldn’t satisfy that craving? Read on to see what reporter Dave Burdick has to say:
Naturally, there’s only so much technology can do to solve your technology problems. To finish the job, you’ll need something far more mysterious and powerful: Your mind.
Omnipresent gadgets have made our lives infinitely more convenient in some ways, but they’ve also taken over parts of our brains. A 2012 study… Read the entire article >
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