Tag Archives: Stress

On the Value of Poise

John Wooden defined poise as, “Just being yourself. Being at ease in any situation. Never fighting yourself.” John Maxwell relates a story about him at one of his ten NCAA Championships in basketball. “There were thirty seconds before the game … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Glass of Water

In their blog post, The Weight of the Glass, Marc and Angel Chernoff remind great leaders of the importance of letting go of those stresses and worries of life that impact their effectiveness professionally and personally. Once upon a time a psychology professor … Continue reading

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When Did You Last Take Any Time to Do Nothing?

In his January 2013 TED post, All It Takes is 10 Mindful Minutes, Andy Puddicombe, a former fully ordained monk with extensive monastic, retreat and teaching experience, asks the question: “When did you last take any time to do nothing?”  For … Continue reading

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