Mindfulness: a simple practice with revolutionary outcomes


I deliver mindfulness training and coach its implementation in organisational, team and leadership contexts.


Mindfulness is a simple practice that reliably increases our capabilities in everything we do -- and makes us healthier and happier. Here is a list of some of the outcomes of mindfulness practice.


Neuroscience associates mindfulness training with increased gray-matter density in the regions of the brain involved in learning and memory processes, emotion regulation, self-referential processing, and perspective taking.


That's because it's training in paying attention in a particular way: relaxed, present-centered, without judgment or commentary. We learn to get more data, attend more closely, and we learn to do it without stress.


The results of mindfulness training are not immediate, they arise as your skill develops. It's not something you should expect to learn in 20 minutes. But ten minutes of daily mindfulness practice for a few weeks is all you need to experience a shift.


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