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Chances are you’ve probably heard of mindfulness by now but you might not know exactly what it is.

At its essence, mindfulness is a regular practice that allows you to temporarily disconnect from the stress of everyday life and help balance out your often-overloaded mind.

While it might sound like a fad, it has serious support among the business community, which sees it as an asset towards clearer thinking, lower stress, and improved productivity throughout the workday.

Business professor Dr. Olga Muzychenko explores how incorporating mindfulness into your daily life can improve your performance at the office, including making it easier to make important decisions, develop a positive environment, and make a deeper connection with customers.

Many of her lessons on mindfulness can be extended into life outside the workplace, too. Meditation and mindfulness play an important role in our recovery programs at Recovering Champions as a tool to help people in recovery process the stress, anxiety, and trauma fueling their addiction.

Read more at The Advertiser.

Written by Recovering Champions Editorial Team
This page does not provide medical advice.

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