Many professionals feel burned out due to increased responsibilities at work, a corporate downsizing or restructuring, the constant onslaught of technology, or other aspects of modern life. Leadership coach Scott Eblin shows busy executives how to develop mindfulness through awareness and intention. He created the “Life GPS” model to teach managers and professionals how to bring out their best at home, at work and in the community. He suggests routines to improve your physical, mental and spiritual health and your relationships through exercise, meditation, reading, connecting with others and thinking about the big picture. The benefits of being fully present include improved health, decreased stress and stronger relationships. getAbstract recommends his advice to harried people seeking better work-life balance.
About the Author
Executive coach and co-founder and director of the Eblin Group, Scott Eblin offers free “Habit Hack” videos on breathing, meditation, gratitude and yoga at ootma.eblingroup.com.
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