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5 Ways to Supercharge Your Teams Motivation With Mindfulness

Mindfulness is no longer a buzzword that you can ignore. In fact, companies like Google and Nike are treating it as their secret recipe for a successful workforce. If you’re a struggling entrepreneur with a discontented team, or newly promoted human resource manager with the task of boosting team motivation then, mindfulness is the way to go. And no, it’s not just meditation.

Is mindfulness for my team?

Whether mindfulness is for you or not, it can be determined by understanding what it is and how it will benefit your organization, and more importantly your team. According to The Foundation for Mindful Society’s definition: “Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.”

So, being aware of the situation, understanding our purpose and knowing what to do next are aspects that mindfulness helps you with. For a team and its leader, that sort of works like a mind map.

In an organizational setting, the first thing that you need to understand is the goal, then you work your way around it through broken down tasks and smaller goals to support the bigger goals. Often, employees feel lost when they are not given clear directions; or they are too down the line of workers that they do not feel involved in the company’s mission. That’s where mindfulness comes in to help align them with the company’s vision and motivate them to achieve such goals.

Mindfulness has a way to positively  influence team motivation in a meaningful way at the corporate or small business level. That’s why it has been a success with several large corporations where work processes and large team dynamics tend to pull morale down. Even if you have a small team, you can supercharge team motivation with mindfulness for the long haul.  Below, are five ways to do it

1. Bust stress

One of the most corrupting elements at the workplace is stress. Stress if not tackled, can lead to mental and physical health problems such as anxiety attacks, obesity, and poor self-image. Integrating mindfulness programs like meditation and yoga at the workplace not only bust stress but also increase the stress tolerance level.

When stress is reduced, the mind is better focused on productive activities such as creative problem solving and coming up with better ideas, the dwelling in resentment, disappointment or worries.

2. Boost self-confidence

There is nothing more harmful to a workplace environment than employees cowering at the mention of their bosses. Mindfulness exercises usually involve both team leaders (and bosses) and employees to engage in team building activities that help break the ice. You can further boost your team confidence by encouraging them to interact and engage with you outside the mindfulness program.

In fact, a study by Academy of Management Proceedings, indicates that mindfulness not only boosts the confidence of employees but also of leaders because they get inspired and motivated to share their vision with team members.

3. Improve well-being

When employers encourage team members to take care of their health, whether through exercise breaks or getting a standing desk, they are motivated to do more for the organization. Mindfulness programs help transition the mindset from careless to caring among HR executives, managers and leaders.

Mindfulness exercises enhance employee health by outlining activities and lifestyles that will alleviate stress, anxiety, and frustration. When mindfulness is at work, employees feel vigorous and energetic because all of their energies are focused on having a healthy lifestyle and balance work with it.

4. Raise morale

One of the reasons that team motivation deteriorates over time is because there is a lack of team bonding and poor emotional health. While HR managers consider their jobs done with a couple of team building sessions, the reality is, energetic and spirited teams need more than just that. They need consistent boosts; they need affirmations; and they need to build themselves before they can support others.

Research by a professor of psychology at Harvard University indicates that mindfulness is co-related with emotional well-being.  When teams are in a constant state of worry and stress, they develop mental illness which, if not intervened, can affect their morale and motivation, apart from their physical health. Mindfulness can be the catalyst to help the organization to engage with employees to develop emotional intelligence and positive attitude.

When employees have something to look up to, and are emotionally intelligent to take care of their problems and work challenges, they develop mechanisms to tackle hard situations like deadlines, hard decisions and competition.

5. Develop empathy

Last, but not least, mindfulness helps develop empathy in individuals which are often lacking in a competitive corporate world. Managers are not inclined to give lee-ways to employees when tasked with high targets, while team members compete against each other for the “bonus” to the extent of exclusion of co-workers. What’s more damaging in this rat race is that teams nowadays no longer act like people with feelings and emotions; they’re unaware of what goes on in others’ lives except what matters to them.

How to suppress this cold attitude, and develop an interest in empathy among team members? Mindfulness of course. From the above discussion we’ve come to know that mindfulness teaches one to be aware and mindful of others around us. What’s more important is the fact that mindfulness also nurture empathy among individuals and among team members.

So what can you do to encourage empathy at your workplace?

As a boss or team leader, you need to set expectations but at the same time offer room for divergence so that team members can find a better way to achieve your goals. And more importantly, encourage them to work in groups, interact more frequently to achieve the same goals. When people work in proximity, they tend to develop an empathetic attitude towards their partners.

Don’t consider mindfulness as an easy way out of saving money, or a temporary fix for your team. When mindfulness is applied with the focus to build team motivation and overall well-being of the organization, it would benefit the company in the long run. Think of it as an investment in your organization that have outreaching impact on the overall performance and productivity level.

Cannabis Stocks to Watch. Transcanna Holdings CEO Jim Palukis is Featured on Positive Stocks

Cannabis Stocks to Watch. Transcanna Holdings CEO Jim Palukis is Featured on Positive Stocks
TransCanna™ provides investors access to an expansive, closed loop ecosystem designed for consistency, reliability, and scale. The company owns one of the largest vertically integrated cannabis focused facilities in California with access to over 39 million residence and 240 million visitors per year. The future growth of TCAN in the largest cannabis market in the world represents significant upside. https://www.transcanna.com

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What Guides You? In Life, In Investing?

Emmet is the CEO and Chief Investor at MyWallSt, a resource designed to help people become confident and successful investors through its Learn and Invest apps. Emmet has more than 25 years of stock investing experience and is passionate about helping people to start investing by giving straightforward instructions on how to buy shares and make clear choices on what shares to buy.

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Small Cap Stocks – A small cap stock Emmet believes people should invest in is ShotSpotter (SSTI), a leader in gunshot detection technology, allowing law enforcement to pinpoint where a gunshot comes from in a matter of seconds. The company has launched in a district in Chicago where they have seen a 40% reduction in gun crime over the last two years, and in Oakland, CA, where there was a 66% reduction. 

Emmet also strongly believes in the 6 golden rules of investing including:
- Get started
- Think long-term
- Never borrow to buy
- Diversify
- Buy What you believe in 
- Invest what you can, when you can 
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Positive Stocks specializes in covering Small Cap Stocks & providing Small Cap Investor Awareness Programs. Positive Stocks also offers investing tools to help investors make informed decisions about the small cap stocks they are interested in.

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The Positive Phil Podcast Show, a podcast, available on iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, where Positive Phil talks about personal stories, events and engaging interviews; with famous people, celebrities, athletes, authors, spiritual educators, thought leaders, as well as others in the social, business and entertainment industry.

Airing on over 300 digital channels, including iHeart Radio, Spotify, StitcherFm, Google Podcast and published online via RSS feeds globally.

 
The show has been around for almost 4 years and is one of the most popular podcast shows on the internet in the business-motivation space.

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After Decade of Historic Growth, Wind Power is Now the Most-Used Renewable Energy Source in US

According to this newest EIA report, 2019 was the biggest year for wind power additions in the United States, second only to 2012.

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TransCanna Holdings Inc. is a Canadian based company providing branding, transportation and distribution services, through its wholly-owned California subsidiaries, to a range of industries including the cannabis marketplace.

For further information, please visit the Company’s website at www.transcanna.com or email the Company at info@transcanna.com.
Anis Uzzaman, Ph.D., is the General Partner, CEO, and founding member of Fenox Venture Capital, a Silicon Valley-based VC with strong global network and investments.

Anis has invested in over 120 startups in the United States, Japan, and South East Asia. Prominent US startups in the Fenox portfolio include x.ai, Jibo, Genius, Affectiva, Afero, MindMeld, Lark, Scanadu, Meta, and ShareThis. He is an investor and a board director of Tech in Asia, the largest tech media in Southeast Asia. Anis also sits on the board of directors of Jibo, Affectiva, Afero, Lark, Jetlore, DLE, I AND C-Cruise, ZUU, and Infoteria.

Anis holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Tokyo Metropolitan University. He has published more than 30 technical papers, and has authored 5 books in 4 Asian languages, providing valuable insights to Asian startups and corporations.

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Science Explains What Darkness Does To Your Body and Mind 

-In 1962, a French scientist by the name of Michel Siffre conducted an exciting series of experiments. The geologist sent his studies subjects into places of darkness for months at a time.

No clocks or calendars. No light except for one lightbulb subjects used to turn on and off when they woke up and went to sleep. There was also no human contact except for daily check-ins from Siffre’s research team.

While Siffre’s sole goal was to study the effects of isolation, he ended up, also, discovering that humans have a biological clock. Siffre reached this conclusion when his subjects acted rather strangely: staying up for 36-hour periods and sleeping for 12 hours, for example. 

Here’s the kicker: When participants finally learned that the experiment concluded, many believed that they still had weeks – even months – to go.

So here is the conclusion. Darkness has an enormous impact on our bodies and minds. The word of Siffre and a few others form the basis of chronobiology. That term explains the field of biology examining the effects of solar- and lunar- activity on living beings.

In this article, we’re going to discuss what darkness does to the mind and body, including early research. Undoubtedly, you will find this quite fascinating. 

The Circadian Rhythm

The circadian rhythm, our “internal clock,” “body clock, sleep-wake cycle,” or something similar term, is a biological phenomenon. It describes the behavioral, mental, and physical changes during a daily cycle. 

It is thought that the circadian rhythm was first discovered in the 18th century by the French scientist Jean-Jacques d’Ortous de Mairan, who demonstrated the presence of an internal sleep-wake cycle in plants. 

Scientists continue to study the circadian rhythm heavily. Just two years ago, a trio of biologists won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for “discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm” in fruit flies. 

Uh, fruit flies? Well, apparently that’s important…(hmm.)

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Darkness = Dark Mood

A rather common phenomenon concerning a lack of light and human behavior is the former’s effect on mental states. A mental health condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder (or – rather appropriately – ‘SAD’) affects approximately 6 percent of the U.S. population–around 19.6 million people. 

SAD diagnoses are most common around the late fall and early winter months when there is relatively little sunlight. (Although it isn’t unheard of for people to develop SAD spring and summer.) 

Common symptoms of SAD include agitation, changes in appetite or weight, difficulty concentrating, feelings of hopelessness and guilt, insomnia, low energy, loss of interest in activities, and thoughts of death or suicide.

Per WebMD, a change in sunlight patterns disrupts the body’s internal clock, reducing serotonin levels and triggering depressive symptoms. Moreover, these weather patterns also interfere with the body’s production of melatonin, which impacts mood and sleep patterns.

In a 2015 study of Swedish and Brazilian workers, researchers found that Swedes are more likely to suffer from insomnia and depression. The scientists posit that this outcome stems from Sweden’s relatively limited exposure to natural light.

Factors that may increase the risk of SAD include:

  • family history of the condition
  • prior diagnoses of bipolar disorder or major depression (both may worsen as the seasons’ change)
  • living far north or south from the equator 

In reality, these statistics understate the problem. Many people – perhaps even yourself – will attest to feeling the “winter blues.” We may not ever be diagnosed with a disorder, but it nonetheless affects us.

Take, for example, a 5-year study of nurses in Anchorage, Alaska. Per the authors, “Medication errors were 95% more likely in midwinter than in the fall.” The study supports the notion that extended periods of darkness can interfere with normal cognition.

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Darkness and Physical Health

Have you ever walked or stayed in a dark room in mid-day? It’s weird. Here’s another question for you: have you ever worked in a dark office space or some other working environment and found yourself sicker than usual? It happens – and it happens often.

Indeed, there’s a strange thing called “sick building syndrome,” a term coined by architects to describe the weird effect that dark buildings (and other poorly maintained structures) have. Namely making people physically ill. Sick building syndrome also describes buildings that are poorly ventilated and are otherwise not “up to code.”

Sick building syndrome is also a phenomenon known to some in the business world. Office workers who sit in darker areas report more instances of sickness than those who aren’t. 

A primary contributor to sick building syndrome is the presence of microbes in air ducts, ceiling tiles, and pretty much any other crevice. Bacteria needs the darkness – along with nutrients and moisture (e.g., humidity or standing water) – to live. Unfortunately, buildings and other structures that are darker tend to be safe havens for microbes and other indoor pollutants.

It must also be mentioned that we do tend to get sicker at night time (it’s not just “in your head”!)—the reason: our circadian rhythm regulates not only sleep but also our immune system

“When the immune system is activated,” says biomedical engineering professor Michael Smolensky, “its infection-fighting cells release a variety of chemicals [which] induce inflammation…[and] it’s highly circadian rhythmic.” 

The inflammation often catalyzes or exacerbates multiple symptoms of illness, including congestion, fever, and sore throat. “You tend to experience [more severe] symptoms … when your immune system kicks into the highest gear, which is normally at night during sleep,” adds Dr. Smolensky.

Darkness and Healing?

“Darkness is like a mirror: It shows you what you don’t want to see.” ~ Anoula Sifonios (Source)

Many of the spiritual traditions emphasize the importance of darkness for holistic health and, more importantly, seeing into the nature of reality. We see this in the Taoist yin and yang to monks who cave dwell for months at a time. 

Specific lineages of Tibetan Buddhists spend an extended amount of time – 49 days – in dark retreat. According to followers of the traditions, dark retreats are conducive for two after-death attainments – the realization of the rainbow body (Google it) and navigation of the Bardos (the transitional states of consciousness following physical death.)

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So there’s certainly precedent.

Anoula Sifonios spent nine days in complete darkness as part of a meditation retreat. She says (as do many others who undertake darkness retreats) that submersion in darkness produces imagery that originates from the mind. What kind of images exactly? “…geometric patterns, tunnels, buildings that are carefully carved and decorated, symbols from traditions you don’t know…[it’s] the subconscious mind…emptying out.”

Psychologists attribute this stream of consciousness to the near-constant influx of visual stimuli that we experience during our lives. According to research conducted by the company RescueTime, the average person spends an average of 3.5 hours a day on their smartphones. The top 20 percent of users: 4.5 hours. 

Not to mention the steady dose of television that most of us get – about 35.5 hours per week, or just over 77 whole days out of the year.

So, did Sifonios experience the ultimate digital detox? Sure. But that’s perhaps oversimplifying things. Because after emerging from the darkness, she needed less sleep, had more energy, and underwent healthy physical and mental changes.

There’s also accumulating research on the benefits of sensory deprivation tanks. Sensory deprivation tanks are specialized floating tanks that, as the name implies, cuts off all sensory experience. Among some of the scientifically-validated benefits:

  • Enhanced creativity
  • Enhanced concentration and visuomotor coordination
  • Faster reaction times
  • Intense relaxation
  • Reduced stress
  • Relief of various stress-related disorders, including headaches, hypertension, insomnia, and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Final Thoughts: Making Sense of it All

“I must have a dark side also if I am to be whole.” ~ Carl Jung

Okay, so is darkness “good” or “bad” for us? Well, it depends on the source, apparently!

Science is rather unambiguous concerning adequate exposure to both dark and light, however. Sunlight is paramount for life, not just of human beings but of all species. Darkness is equally essential for health, both mental and physical.

However, the mental health benefits of darkness must be addressed.

It’s rather easy to dismiss any spiritual talk as too subjective and “out there.” But given the obsession that we have with needing to “stay busy” – and our dread of “boredom” – overlooking the potentially enormous benefits of darkness immersion is a mistake.

To the darkness!


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PositivePhil.com, Inc. a major entrepreneur, business- motivation podcast and Hollister Biosciences Inc (CSE: HOLL), a public company operating in the Cannabis, CBD & Hemp sectors is featured in an exclusive podcast. Airing on iHeart Radio, Google Podcast, Spotify, Pandora, iTunes and across hundreds of digital channels and internet radio stations.

CEO and Founder of Hollister Biosciences Inc. Carl Sailing called into PositivePhil.com to discuss the significant opportunity he sees in Cannabis and regarding their recently signed announced agreement with Cannabis Icon and Legend; Tommy Chong.

The interview also includes Danny Keith, a representative for Tommy Chong. Tommy Chong is known for his marijuana-themed comedy albums and movies, as well as playing the character Leo on Fox’s that ’70s Show.

Continuing on the Cannabis Entrepreneur and Investor series. Positive Phil has interviewed executives from some of the largest Cannabis and Online Trading companies. Including interviews with Origin House and Anthony Denier, CEO from 100% Commission Free Trading Platform WeBull.Com

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Hollister currently manufactures hash, tinctures, hash infused products, crumble infused products, pre-roll, and other cannabis products under several proprietary brands and as white label products. The Company intends to be an integrated company operating across the entire cannabis value chain, cultivating, manufacturing and producing cannabis and cannabis products. Further, the Company intends to move into the hemp market.

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