I am a yoga teacher and to become a yoga teacher you are asked to meditate and work on your own practice so that you can then teach and guide others. Therefore, mindfulness and meditation form a large part of my personal practice, as well as the yoga classes I teach, and personally I have seen some really good results.
I have been researching lately on the return of investment of mindfulness and meditation and how it is being used in the corporate environment. Many organizations in the USA have regular meditation classes or quiet rooms available for their employees and they have only positive things to say about the programs that they've introduced. Companies like Google have really embraced the mindfulness movement and I think other organizations will follow quite quickly as it is becoming more mainstream and there are clear benefits linked to return on investment.
This has made me think about what is the return on investment for mindfulness and meditation? And I have come to the conclusion that I can only really talk about it from my own personal experience and the actions that I have taken to improve my mindfulness and the benefits that I have seen firsthand.
It seems to me that people generally don’t start on their mindfulness journey to become better leaders or employees, they do it for themselves to improve their own personal awareness and create their own versions of inner peace.
The 3 mindfulness actions that I have taken are:
What is my own personal return on investment?
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