This week’s roundup of international mindful news all in one place waiting for you to ignite your mind. 

The Benefit of Meditating Alone Together – Mindful

Meditation may appear to be a solitary pursuit, says Barry Boyce, but many benefits come from doing it with others. One of the persistent misrepresentations of mindfulness is that it is predominantly a solitary struggle.

Neuroscience, consciousness, and leadership

The recent revolution in technology allows us to peer into the mind as never before-says Dr. Hannah Critchlow. She’s explored what neuroscience can tell us about consciousness, free will, and fate. She’s also investigated the neuroscience leadership, to build a more ethical, altruistic work environment.

How to Develop a Strong Executive Presence

By implementing the tools of positive psychology, being emotionally intelligent, and mindfully assertive, a smart business leader can balance between being a steamroller and being rolled over. Walking the line between being strong and being forceful can be a regular challenge for today’s executives.

Busyness Is Our Worst Addiction

When you think of addiction, you probably think of drugs and alcohol. However, you can be addicted to anything. Addiction is being compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming. Do you know what most of us are addicted to? Being busy. Busy is habit-forming.