MindSnack: Anything is Possible

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… As Steve Jobs famously said: “Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not…

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MindSnack: Making Room for Well-Being

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… In this Huffington Post article, Gregory Beyer writes about the shifting tide toward wellness and the previously unlikely fields embracing the benefits of stillness. “Taking time off, getting more sleep or practicing…

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MindSnack: Listening to Shame

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… In this TED talk, Brené Brown pushes her comfort zone and reminds us of the transformative power of embracing vulnerability. Enjoy and share your favorites in the comments.

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MindSnack: Strangers in Ball Pits

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… We’re loving this video from SoulPancake. Enjoy and share your favorites in the comments.

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MindSnack: Dan Pallotta’s “The Way We Think About Charity is Dead Wrong”

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… Enjoy and share your favorites in the comments.

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MindSnack: Simon Sinek’s “Start with Why”

Every once in a while it is just great to STOP and have a MindSnack. Small doses of meaningful diversions for mental energy… Enjoy and share your favorites in the comments.

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