Success may be all in the mind

'Mindfulness' coach Michael Chaskalson believes he has the tools to help employees enjoy their work more, writes Gareth Naughton.

28th April, 2012
Success may be all in the mind
Michael Chaskalson, author of The Mindful Workplace.

Employees can be happier and work more effectively if they learn to drown out the noise and focus on what is important, according to Michael Chaskalson, author of The Mindful Workplace.

"When you are mindful, you know that you are thinking when you are thinking; what you are feeling when you are feeling it; and what is going on in your body as it is going on. Most of us don't experience this. We live...

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