Mindfulness & Monkey Mind: Thoughts are viruses

0 Comment by / June 15, 2013 / Posted in Mindfulness

  The ancestor of every action is thought. — Emerson   Steve Robertson reminds us in this Huffington Report article Mindfulness and Monkey Mind: Our minds are abuzz with thousands of thoughts each day, all of which compete for our attention and a corollary action. The Buddhists call this untrained mind of buzzing thoughts the [...]

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Lee Thayer on Leadership Virtuosity: Steps To Being Mindful

0 Comment by / October 31, 2011 / Posted in Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership

Lee Thayer’s Leadership Virtuosity in his series of books on leadership is a must read for all who want to see what is the cost of becoming a virtuoso leader. Some of Lee’s thoughts: The Performing Leader The primary advantage of de-personalizing performance–of making the person’s performance and not his psyche and/or personality the issue–is [...]

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Mindfulness: Present Moment. Kairos: Appropriate Time

2 Comments by / January 16, 2011 / Posted in Meditation, Mindful Business, Mindful Leadership, Mindfulness, Uncategorized

Bruce Peters is a dear friend, former fellow Vistage Chairman, host of WCEOhq-Radio, and like me a champion of the work and wisdom of Lee Thayer. Check out his archives with his numerous dialogues with Lee. I wanted to share Bruce’s response which reflects: When the mind is ready, the message appears. Bruce shares: “I [...]

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Welcome to Mindful Leadership

0 Comment by / January 26, 2009 / Posted in Mindful Leadership

If I know your values, then I know what you stand for. At the same time your values tell me what you will not stand for. Lee Thayer has said: The role of the leader is to become a virtuoso question asker. And Pat Murray has added: “It is the leader’s role to maximize connection. [...]

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