Tagged: mindful leadership

By taking just a few steps, you can improve your mindset and capacity.

Natalie Portman's January Wall Street Journal interview shows her success secret
Natalie Portman's January Wall Street Journal interview shows her success secret

“The most important thing for who you are is not what you say YES to, but what you say NO to.” If these wise words work for A-listers, they can work for you.

ChatGPT, tougher privacy rules, and a growing demand for differentiation can decimate well intended thought leadership and content strategies.

When I reflect on this crazy year, my favorite moments shared one common wave: they involved acts of generosity.

What makes #veterans resilient leaders and #entrepreneurs? In honor of all 9/11 veterans, we discuss the topic in this episode of our Mindful Marketer Live Steam, featuring John Nicholson, General U.S. Army Retired, and Suzie Mills.

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I am still catching up from my summer getaways to Boone, NC and the Vermont Kingdom.

I really enjoyed my open water swim trip to the pristine, expansive Vermont lakes near the Canadian border. I logged just seven miles over three days, but it was enough to cleanse some of the COVID cobwebs.

You may recall that our last issue outlined the behind-the-scenes happenings at EnergizeGrowth®. Since that time, we created a new Live Stream series and events page and it’s full of great advice and content for these pandemic times.

How does mindfulness play a role during COVID?

And given that the pandemic has forced us to really take a pause, what can we do to adapt and learn from mindfulness habits in order to simply be calmer and more focused?

In 1988, I was preparing for my first 280-mile solo flight.  I started in Stratford, Connecticut, and I was supposed to fly to a town called Concord, New Hampshire. As I crossed the state border from Massachusetts into New Hampshire, something strange happened….

COVID-19 has shifted how our customers act, think and buy. Your marketing needs to adapt quickly. Here are the 8 areas that are losing their relevance.