11 Benefits Of Yoga That Will Have You Wondering Why You Never Tried It Before

I’ve been doing Tai Chi for years and I’ve benefited greatly from all aspects of it. But I would also highly recommend the benefits of Yoga as it is an

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The 1 Emotional Intelligence Skill You Need to Be Hugely Successful

I saw this article on inc.com and it is so true. The 1 Emotional Intelligence Skill You Need to Be Hugely Successful Think about a work scenario in your past when

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Tap into the Emotion of Teams for more effective business results

The reason I built the Just Being course at Jumo was for this exact reason. Tap into the Emotion of Teams for more effective business results can only be done

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Slow Down to Get Ahead

This is so true and thought I would share this Blog post from mindful.org. Mistakes can be costly, and can trap you in a cycle of having to rush even

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I’ve been practicing Tai Chi for over 25 years and it has been an integral part of my mindfulness practice. Yoga like Tai Chi share many of the same benefits.

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11 Signs That You Lack Emotional Intelligence

This was such a good read that I needed to share. This is why the Just Being Emotional Intelligence course is so valuable. You can follow the original article here.

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How To Bring Mindfulness Into Your Employee Wellness Program

At Just Being we have a course that can bring Mindfulness into your employee wellness program. Plus employees get to boost their emotional intelligence. You have probably heard the term

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Mindfulness and the Brain and How to Explain It to Children

I explain this so often to adults that when I came across this article on how to explain it to children I thought I must share. The original post can be found

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What Compassion Looks Like

What Compassion Looks Like was a post I found at mindful.org. Thought I would share. Can you tell who is compassionate just by looking at them? According to research, yes.

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Best Leaders Follow

I saw this article which highlights why I think “The Best Leaders Follow”. I think the title of a CEO should be “Chief Emotional Officer” It seems that nearly everyone and

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