3 Easy Ways to Make Movie Night an Exercise in Mindful Parenting

My wife Sarah and I have two little boys, aged nine and seven. Jackson and Will have given our lives new meaning in ways that any parent knows you simply cannot put into words. At the same time, they’ve injected new challenges that only parents can understand. In the past six months, I’ve heard more … Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Make Movie Night an Exercise in Mindful Parenting

Stir the Melting Pot: Reduce your Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

As the world gets smaller and more interconnected, diversity and inclusion have become an extremely important topic in the workplace. Especially with the news lately of some big companies coming under fire for discriminatory practices. Clearly, something needs to change. One of the main reasons for the lack of workplace diversity and inclusion is known … Continue reading Stir the Melting Pot: Reduce your Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Mindfulness Leaves Room For the Jerks in Your Life to Be so Much More

How many people have you written off in your life because you thought they were jerks? Think about it. How many people have you completely cut out, determining that they’re a specific way that you want nothing to do with? This is something I practiced and developed some expertise with as a stressed out corporate … Continue reading Mindfulness Leaves Room For the Jerks in Your Life to Be so Much More

Love the Holidays, But Tempted to Slap Someone? Here are Some Survival Tips.

Everyone’s always thrilled for the holidays. But what no one ever brings up is the “joy” of holiday travel. Holiday travel has a way of bringing out the worst in us. It’s bad enough that we’re dealing with crowds, security lines, flight delays, cramped seating on airplanes and (God forbid) other people’s crying children. But … Continue reading Love the Holidays, But Tempted to Slap Someone? Here are Some Survival Tips.