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Omega Institute Bringing Mindfulness to Work by Rasmus Hougaard
Rasmus Hougaard, founder of the Potential Project, the leading international provider of Corporate-Based Mindfulness Training programs, says if we want to be effective at work, we need to bring mindfulness, not multitasking, to the office. More
A Glimpse Toward Restructured Distribution
Jeremy Rifkin, founder and president of the Foundation on Economic Trends, is one of the world’s leading authorities on economic sustainability. More
Omega Institute The Confidence Gap on Campus
Why College Women Need to Lean In
Lean In, the new book by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, urges women to own their ambition as a pathway to leadership—and has inspired a vigorous backlash. Sandberg argues that women sabotage their potential by holding themselves back; her critics say she blames women for the sins of society. The leadership pipeline, they say, is blocked by an inflexible workplace and caregiving demands that disproportionately fall to women.  More
Do you think success only comes at great personal sacrifice? Think again. Guy Finley, the best-selling author of The Secret of Letting Go, explains. More
An Economic Shift to Lateral Power
Jeremy Rifkin, founder and president of the Foundation on Economic Trends, is one of the world’s leading authorities on economic sustainability. In this thought-provoking five-part series, he explains how we are already transitioning into a post-carbon era and on the verge of creating a sustainable economic paradigm that will usher in the Collaborative Age. More
Tama Kieves
Tama Kieves illustrates how trusting intuition and dreams can lead you to embrace a life of infinite possibility.  When you’re following a path of listening to your true desires, you will love and wrestle with this truth: You can’t plan an inspired life. You can’t imagine how everything, or even anything, will fall into place. And yet, crazy, kooky, powerfully aligned you, you know it will. More
U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan
Is mindfulness in education just a well-meaning, do-gooder, tree-hugger approach to teaching? U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan says no. It's proven to give children tools to help them cultivate inner resilience, and the unions that can make teaching those tools in public schools a widespread reality. More

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