The way out is in

We live in a world that pushes us “outward”. A world full of stimuli where we are constantly exposed to an avalanche of information, requests, offers, opinions and entertainments that compete for our attention. In the work environment, the fast pace, the pressure for results, the competitiveness, the complexity and the uncertainty of the scenarios, […]

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That “graduation speech” that I would love to hear

Dear graduates, all of you, although today I especially address those of you who have completed the double degree in Journalism and International Relations! You have achieved something that only a few achieve. But before you are devoured by the giant called “real life”, I want to offer you some advice and, if you allow […]

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How mindfulness can make you a better leader

We live in an era where globalization and advancing technological changes create a lot of volatility and uncertainty. This requires for cognitive and emotional resources to improve resilience and stress management, facilitate adaptation to change and increase creativity. Leading organizations are waking up to this new challenge and are putting Mindfulness at the centre of […]

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The Carnival of Every Day

I really like Carnival! More the traditional carnival of the small villages of my childhood than the one we imported from Brazil, but it is, in any case, a time of fun, of joy that , by observation, always brings me a moment of reflection. We complain about the masks that adults use every day, […]

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Conscious eating: cultivating mindfulness with food

Broadly, we define mindfulness as the ability to pay attention to the present moment with curiosity and without judgment. This “mindful attitude” applies to different areas and moments of our life, allowing us to focus on the experience of the moment, making it possible to be more aware of the impact of that experience on […]

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Mindfulness: how to create a new habit

Our habits define our life and even our personality. Studies indicate that about half of our daily actions are motivated by repetition. But what happens when we know that something (like mindfulness practice) is positive and healthy for us, but it still requires effort and is not automated in our lives? Authors such as BJ […]

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A look at burnout and well-being in organizations

Organizations today face increasing levels of stress and burnout with employees. In this post-COVID-19 pandemic phase where many companies were forced to pivot, employees at all levels faced a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world in every aspect of their lives. Additionally, the uncertainty we are experiencing at a social, economic, and political level worsens […]

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Sleeping and meditation

Mindfulness and other meditation techniques can result in a big confusion when it brings the closing of the eyes. It happened to me at the very beginning of my journey. I felt life binary, awaken with open eyes and sleeping with close eyes. It took some practice to enter also in the middle state of […]

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