Day Five

Lori Schwanbeck

Mindfulness for greater focus and wellbeing

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Video Objectives

In this video you’ll learn:

  • How mindfulness can be helpful at work
  • A powerful mindfulness practice that takes less than 3 minutes and will transform your day
  • Cutting edge research to support the benefits of mindfulness
  • How mindfulness can make you a better leader (at home and at work!)
  • How mindfulness can help you be more assertive
About Lori Schwanbeck

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Dr. Richard Chambers is a clinical psychologist and internationally recognised expert in mindfulness. He has published The Art of Mindful Origami​ and two previous books, Mindful Learning and Mindful Relationships. He is regularly interviewed by mainstream media and consults for a growing number of businesses, sports clubs, healthcare organisations and educational institutions. Richard is spearheading a world-first, university-wide mindfulness initiative at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. He is also one of the developers of Smiling Mind, a free mindfulness app with over 1 million downloads.

Mindful Tip

Mindfulness meditation isn't simply about putting aside 10 or 20 minutes a day to meditate and then being unmindful in the rest of your life...

It's a practice that we are training in, but which we want to bring into all moments of our life.

Today, see if once you have tried out the thought labelling meditation, you can notice when you are getting lost in thoughts throughout the day, and label those moments with the silent "thinking, thinking" mental note, as you practised in the meditation.

As you practice noticing where your attention is throughout the day, you will be strengthening your capacity to stay in the present moment and not get lost in worry and unhelpful thought loops.

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