Influencing others on presence and clarity of mind
Mindfulness experts and motivational speakers
Mindfulness has the potential to become a transformative social phenomenon. Motivational Speakers are cultural lubricants that help accelerate performance in life and business.
This contest is focused on, but not limited to, book topics on mindfulness and motivation. The amount of attention both of these topics get about changing peoples’ lives is very grounded. However, simply being motivated accomplishes nothing while seeming like it's accomplishing something. And mindfulness can be an intimidating topic to dive into, especially for those who still believe you have to think like a Buddhist monk to truly “get it”.
Understanding motivation is important in many areas of life, from parenting to the workplace. Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behavior. In everyday usage, the term motivation is frequently used to describe why a person does something. Research also shows that with a boost in employee engagement and morale, company profits follow, according to Big Speak.
Motivation comes in many forms and goes by many names – motivational speakers have overcome adversity, beat the odds, and invested insurmountable amounts of time and effort to reach for their dreams and achieve success – and can inspire your team to reach new heights. Motivation is the reason (the why) for people's actions, willingness and goals, which are acquired through influence of culture, society, lifestyle, etc. or generally innate.
Mindfulness says we can do better. More than quieting a busy mind, it's about becoming more aware of the present moment and less caught up in what happened in the past or what's to come. Though meditation is considered an essential means to achieving mindfulness, the ultimate goal is simply to give your attention fully to what you're doing. One can work mindfully, parent mindfully and learn mindfully. One can exercise and even eat mindfully.
Mindfulness has exploded in popularity over the last couple decades, aided by the growing number of Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, and authors lauding its everyday benefits. Google established a corporate initiative on mindfulness that has increased its workers’ productivity while lowering stress and anxiety levels. Joe Rogan frequently has guests on his podcast who swear by mindfulness having changed their lives. Then, there are people like Sam Harris, who as a leader in the mindfulness sector, continues to influence others on the benefits of mindfulness, even for non-spiritual practitioners.
At Publishizer, we provide a platform for authors to give power to their words. For this contest, we are seeking submissions for ideas that can change people, businesses, and the world for the better.
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