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A Calmer And More Focused Mind @ Work Podcast
1 minutes | Dec 1, 2017
25 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
Mindful Public Speaking
12 minutes | Nov 21, 2017
SPECIAL EDITION-Mindfully Coping With The Stress Of The Holidays
15 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Worries And Fears "Riding With Us To Work"
28 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Worrying About How Other People Feel About Us At Work
19 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Worrying About How We Are Doing At Work And Whether It's Good Enough
17 minutes | Oct 25, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Self-Doubt And Fear At Work
11 minutes | Oct 18, 2017
Weaving Mindful Coping @ Work Practice Into Workplace Culture-The Big Picture
27 minutes | Oct 13, 2017
Mindfully Coping When "The New Wears Off"
28 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Mindfully Coping With The Fear Of Making Mistakes At Work
22 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Not Feeling Appreciated At Work
27 minutes | Sep 23, 2017
SPECIAL EDITION-Mindfully Coping With Anxiety And Uncertainty About The Future-Embracing Vulnerability And "Not Knowing"
22 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Our Work Being Questioned By Others
19 minutes | Sep 13, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Being Emotionally Hurt By Someone At Work-"It Isn't Business, It's Personal"
24 minutes | Sep 6, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Our Feelings About Other People At Work
22 minutes | Sep 6, 2017
Why Practice Mindful Coping At Work?
19 minutes | Sep 2, 2017
How Mindful Coping Practice Can Help Us To Get Through The "Storms Of Life"
18 minutes | Aug 29, 2017
Mindfully Coping With Someone Missing An Appointment With Us
24 minutes | Aug 25, 2017
Mindfully Drawing The Line Between Feeling And Thinking
19 minutes | Aug 22, 2017
Mindfully Coping With New Situations Or Changes At Work
In this episode, Jeff talks about how at certain times when we are facing changes in the future and preparing to work with new people or on a new project or assignment, we can feel some fear, doubts, and trepidation, and it has everything to do with our fear of the unknown, and it is very normal to feel this way since we are human. Because this is how we are wired, there is no reason to judge ourselves harshly or condemn ourselves as we are so much better served to focus on coping more effectively with any changes that are coming in the future. He illustrates the very important point that what really affects us is not so much that things are changing or uncertain, but that it's more about what we fear about facing the unknown and our habits of mind that we unconsciously engage in to deal with these things that really hold us back and keep us mired in unnecessary self-inposed suffering. He continues by taking a deeper look at how our emotional and physical health and our ability to cope are really very much affected by how we deal with facing the unknown at work (and away from work). He then explains that in order to cope more effectively with change and with facing new situations at work and in life, we benefit very much by "slowing things down" and taking a closer look at how our "self-talk" sounds, what we are visualizing in our minds, and what if any expectations we are holding onto about how things will go in any new situations at work or in our lives. He ties it all together by speaking about how cultivating awareness through practicing Mindfulness and Mindful Coping practice can be highly effective in helping us to be more aware of when we engage in these self-defeating behaviors and that engaging in this practice is the key that unlocks the door into making very powerful positive changes in how we deal with change and uncertainty and how it can really help us to begin to lessen the unnecessary suffering that we inflict on ourselves in response to these types of situations. It can be very beneficial for us when we begin to start seeing more clearly in the moment when we are unconsciously (and sometimes consciously) engaging in beliefs and in habits of mind in response to dealing with anxiety and unease about events and changes coming in the future where we don't really know what to expect. He reminds us that it can really change our lives for the better when we practice cultivating an awareness that can help us "slow things down" in
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