Fleet Maull: Better Leadership Through Self-Empathy

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Author, Buddhist teacher and Mindfulness Trainer Fleet Maull

Author, Buddhist teacher and Mindfulness Trainer Fleet Maull

“A daily mindfulness practice can help us keep this awareness in our daily routines, both at work and in our personal lives. Beyond that, these practices should also be fused with a non-judgmental approach and an empathic relationship with ourselves. Being willing to really feel and experience everything that is going on within ourselves emotionally, physically and cognitively will connect us to an important conclusion: We are human. We have every kind of emotion and thought possible, and there is nothing wrong with that. Of course, it’s important to be responsible about which emotions and impulses we act on, but once we embrace the fact that there is nothing inherently wrong with feeling things, such as jealousy or anger, it makes it easier for us to address the cause, instead of just the symptom.”

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