Maintaining an exclusively organizational focus is where most transformation efforts go off the rails. Enterprise leaders fail to make transformation personal.
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So a quick question. Think about the last thing you ate. What do you remember about it? Did you take the time to enjoy it —like really enjoy it? Or were you multi-tasking and thinking about your endless to-do list or some other thing?
I suspect you’re done with most of your holiday shopping, so I thought it was a good time to share with you some ideas on gifts you can give to yourself (although they’ll also make great last minute gifts for that tough-to-buy-for special person!).
If you’re not familiar with this wonderful dish, it’s a traditional stew-like Ayurvedic dish that in Hindi means “mixture.” It is not only tremendously helpful with digestion owing to the fact that it is loaded with fiber from lentils, root vegetables, and leafy greens, but the warming spices and ghee give you something to cozy up to on a chilly December evening — without having to resort to take-out!
When we endure stress continuously, day-in and day-out in a chronic fashion, it physiologically changes our brain.
The principle of equanimity is all about balance, resilience, and equilibrium. But it doesn’t mean that we must accept a life of passivity, in which we exist without emotion, without vibrancy, without humanness!
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