There comes a time – perhaps a breaking point – when leaders know it’s time to be alone. To regroup. To remember who we are really, and why we’re doing what we’re doing. Being alone – centering, praying, being, or meditating – becomes something that not only relaxes our mind and body, but actually makes us better leaders.
All one has to do is Google to find hundreds of health benefits and stress reduction from activities that induce meditation. Meditation can be simply defined as: thinking, consideration, contemplation and concentration. (more…)