Clients often seek coaching on communication challenges. There is no one right answer. Each person’s communication challenge is unique, surfaces in periods of disruptive personal change, and creates new opportunities for resilience and flourishing. Mindfulness skills can also help you become a better communicator.
Communication Challenges are Uniquely Personal
Here are examples from three recent clients:
Client A was an energetic,
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When you want to take meditation practice to the next level, meditation retreats are an experience like no other. Be warned; intensity brings challenge! Use this 7-point check list to see if a particular retreat is good fit for you.
In my book Mind Your Life, I talk about meditation retreats not as a withdrawal from life, but as learning to engage with life more fully. Retreats are periods of intensive practice. You unplug from your devices and distractions in order to experience yourself,
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Mindfulness practice can automatically build resilience. This adaptation from my book Mind Your Life was originally published on Michael Taft’s site Deconstructing Yourself , a great source of information and inspiration on “mindfulness meditation and awakening for modern mutants” .
Why do different people respond to stress so differently? Part of the answer lies in our individual resilience.
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For real world stories, and real life guidance on the power of mindfulness, here is a webinar with Redwood Performance Group, on June 21, 2017.
Listen here to the one hour webinar with Lydia Sani
Or read the condensed transcript below.
Introduction and Objectives
Lydia Sani: Good morning everyone and thank you very much for attending today. Our topic is Rewire Your Brain for Success: The Power of Mindfulness. I’m Lydia Sani,
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“What’s the point of meditating anyway? I feel like I know my own mind and how to quiet it. I know how to do my own stress relief.”
I was on a week’s meditation retreat recently and guiding a friend in her practice. She’s an active woman. She loves to hike and kayak, and is equally comfortable with her own company or with friends and colleagues. But she wanted to know what was the end goal of meditation? How would she know if she was getting there?
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