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The Mindful Manager Update 28: Systems Thinking

The Mindful Manager Update 28: Systems Thinking Systems Thinking 1 – Mindful Managers see the SYSTEM The SYSTEM is INNER and OUTER. The SYSTEM is GROWTH and SUCCESS.   The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological Fitness,  and […]

Coach’s Tip: Is versus Will

Adapting to what is leads to failure. Change is constant. Change drives what will be.

Coach’s Tip: You are holding your breath

Learning to control your breath gives you control over any situation.

The Mindful Manager Update: Your breathing controls stress

Everyone experience stress. Learning mindful breathing controls stress.

The Mindful Manager Update: Life is short. Business is a Game

The Mindful Manager Update:  Life is short.  Business is a Game Life is short BUSINESS is a GAME. You are a PLAYER. Every moment you are EITHER playing or NOT.   The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological […]

The Mindful Manager Update 21: Quitters 3

Quitters 3 QUITTERS spend their TIME trying to get other people to QUIT. QUITTERS want you to follow their RULES. The main QUITTER RULE is MY RULES. The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones,  Psychological Fitness,  and Going Sane.  […]

The Mindful Manager Update: Detachment

The game is not personal. Detachment is required.

The Mindful Manager Update: You are a manager

You manage. How you manage is a decision. Mindful managers decide to manage in a particular way.

The Mindful Manager Update 11: Breathe

Breathe controls how you see the world. When you don’t breathe you panic. When you panic you are not in control. When you are not in control you are no longer mindful.

The Mindful Manager Update 12: Panic

Breathe or panic. It is pure physiology. Mindful managers learn to breathe.