It is no secret that Mindfulness has become a fast growing trend for both personal and professional development. The trend may be here to stay. Check out this brief article explaining why it is now a necessary and desirable “soft skill” as Mindful.org suggests https://www.mindful.org/meditation-is-the-fastest-growing-health-trend-in-america/?fbclid=IwAR3S_zWjgEUN8lOvHpO4bP0-xO1fI-D1fbvMYghO0nXAFUvs7TnC5IO47FM
Here are some quick tips that do not require any formal meditation training but are sure to help you be a bit more mindful.
1.Notice your breath for a few moments each morning before you check your phone or email.
2. Choose a theme word for the new year.
3. Set an intention each day (not a “to do” list but a “to feel or experience” idea).
4. Make a list of things you appreciate about others.
5. Make a list of things you appreciate about yourself.
6. Take 3 breaths before responding to someone or a situation.
7. Make a list of successes (expand this past awards and professional achievements).
8. Eat slowly.
9. Listen to your body, even for a moment, just sense it.
10. Do something kind for yourself.
11. Send love to someone you are angry with.
12. Sit in nature.
13. Smile :).
Wishing you a Mindful New Year filled with health, happiness, and success.
Certified Life Coach and Mindfulness Meditation Teacher
Mindfulness Matters is an accredited 8-week online course rooted in science and inspired by Google’s emotional intelligence program.
Free phone consultation https://amymccae.as.me/
Amy McCae is a Life Coach and Mindfulness Meditation Teacher in Omaha, Nebraska. She is passionate about healing and helping others and especially about mindfulness and emotional intelligence.
Amy spent her childhood dreaming of being a doctor only to watch her other die of cancer when she was 20. Her life took an entirely different direction after that and she spent much of her 20’s sick with chronic illnesses.
One day Amy was too sick to take care of her newborn baby and she had to crawl to the phone to call for help. Amy then went on a quest to heal and looked in places she never knew existed before that day. AND she healed largely through fitness, nutrition, and meditation.
The experience allowed her to rediscover her passion for healing and helping others. Amy now holds numerous certifications allowing her to be of support to individuals and organizations. Mindfulness Matters is an accredited 8-week online course rooted in science and inspired by her desire to help others develop emotional intelligence (especially leaders and those struggling with self-doubt and overwhelm). Please contact Amy for more information and to sign up!