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The Mindfulness Effect

Miles H. Overholt and Mark Vickers

Mindfulness is the art of living in the moment. A mindful person is one who pays attention to the present in a nonjudgmental way. Ancient practices such as meditation were created, in part, to help people master the art of mindfulness.
 
So, why are some experts promoting it as a valuable workplace practice?
 
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