March 21, 2021
ORLANDO, FL (March 23, 2021) — Eighty percent of leaders want to enhance their compassion, but are not sure how to do that, according to a recent Harvard Business Review survey. eMindful, the leading provider of live, virtual mindfulness solutions, has been recognized for leading with compassion. The organization was named a Best of the … Continued
March 16, 2021
A year into the Coronavirus pandemic, we’ve experienced a big “stop” in the way we all used to live and experience our daily lives. On days when it all feels like too much, S.T.O.P. is also a helpful mindfulness acronym to help you ground yourself.
March 15, 2021
With the recent anniversary of the pandemic, many companies are preparing for what’s next. And while vaccination campaigns are well underway across the country, organizations are still struggling with the stress and anxiety of COVID-19. Lessons Learned Over the Past Year The chaos and uncertainty of 2020 put all businesses at risk with many companies … Continued
March 13, 2021
When we feel anxious, we tend to focus on worrying about the future rather than on the purpose and values that help us lead fulfilled lives. With daily mindfulness practice and targeted mindfulness programs, it’s possible to rediscover what moves and drives you.
March 11, 2021
ORLANDO, FL (March 11, 2021) — This past year has had a profound effect on every aspect of our lives. One year later, individuals continue to struggle with their mental health and require new skills and structured time for self-care to cope. As organizations reflect on this, they can look to the lessons we have … Continued
March 4, 2021
Some days, it can be challenging to remember what activities bring you joy and warm your heart. Through daily mindfulness practice, we can cultivate gratitude for ourselves and others.
March 3, 2021
Having trouble sleeping doesn’t start the moment when we lay down. In fact, there’s a host of mental habits that we create throughout the day that keep us awake at night. If our minds are constantly agitated throughout the day (our awareness jumping from one thought to the next, caught in to do lists and problems that need to be solved) then we’re creating a habit for our minds to be like that all the time, even when we go to bed.