Focus withpractices in mindful leadership designed to strengthen your focus, you can learn how to notice when your mind wanders away from the present moment and learn how to work with the wandering mind by redirecting your attention back to the present.
Clarity -Cultivating our ability to develop greater clarity applies not only to seeing clearly the events and environment around us, but also to seeing ourselves more clearly. As we begin to notice our own reactivity to certain situations,may be filtering out some of what we need to see, we often make important discoveries. Those discoveries can often lead us to make important change.
CompassionCompassion arises from our understanding of suffering and our desire to alleviate that suffering. Empathy connects us with other people’s feelings; genuine compassion goes beyond empathy. Our compassionate mind recognizes that our empathy arises from the understanding that we all share a common humanity. Cultivating compassion begins with self – compassion. When we engage in self – compassion, we are willing to make room in our lives to see our own suffering and to offer ourselves some kindness.
Creativity – Creative ideas /solutions arise when the mind is not constantly busy. A constant stream of thinking gets in the way of wisdom that lies deep within each of us. The mind needs time to pull away from analytical thinking for the creative & innovative solutions to emerge