Stop your Hamster Wheel: Disruptive Dilemmas And Mindfulness

There are many disruptive situations in the daily life of running a business; a familiar cry might be “not enough business, the pipeline is drying up!”

This thought pattern is a widespread mindset that many entrepreneurs experience in their quest to be successful. What might be useful is to look at the pathology of mind and the apparent influence that has on the body in particular to feelings. Feelings of insecurity do not happen in isolation. They occur because of our interpretation of external events (…)

Executive Stress – Heartfelt Leadership

Here at the School of Mastery for Mindfulness, our experience has shown us that stress at a crucial juncture can lead to Heartfelt Leadership. For the untrained mind, stress is a tyrant; nobody escapes these extremes of emotional turmoil.

However, they offer extremely valuable insights to those prepared to make a serious inquiry into the nature of stress and how these potent emotional impulses can lead to the most comprehensive form of leadership (…)

Whose Sovereignty are we talking about? 

I am intrigued by all the talk in Britain and Ireland about Brexit. How England thinks it is losing its sovereignty.

What strikes me on a personal level is how we have completely been captured by the idea we are flawed and weak.

We have surrendered our most precious gift of all, OUR IDENTITY, and in the process, we lost our capacity to see reality.

We do need mindful leadership, but it must start with us. (…)

Intolerable confusion

Most people would fully understand the phrase, “It’s doing my head in!”

This is a crucial juncture for us that makes us or breaks us. I recall a dark period in my life as a fourteen-year-old lad. There seemed no escape from what looked at the time, terrible conditions at home.

Sadly, this is still a problem for many of our young and dare I say it, not so young! So let me give you one possible solution, when dark thoughts take you over, giving you no respite at all.

DO NOTHING!! (…)

The ‘Undivided Leader’ – a new chapter!

I just came back from a 2-day retreat visiting a dear old friend in Ireland.
The outcome of the two days is that Joe and I start a conversation via this blog about the ‘Undivided Leader’ or, if you don’t identify with the phrase Leader, let’s call it the ‘Undivided Consciousness’ – and how you get there.

A side note for those that don’t identify with the word ‘leader,’ which is OK: To me, leadership starts with Personal Leadership. How do you lead yourself, before even thinking about leading others? So in the context of Personal Leadership, we are all leaders. (…)