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Algebra Affects You and This Is How

Corporate Meditation Rooms

How does algebra help you? Hint: It has nothing to do with math.

Equation: X + Y = Z

The variables:

X = the positive you put in

Y = the negative you put in

Z = what you get out of life (at home, at work, at school, and everywhere in between)

In the interim…

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While we’re waiting on the official start to the New Year, let’s write three things:

  • what we want from 2015
  • why we want it and
  • how we’re going to get it

Example:

What do I want?

I want to be more productive. (Too broad. Start again.) I want to spend two hours of focused, uninterrupted time each Monday morning writing my book.

Why do I want this?

I enjoy writing. Writing brings me a sense of relief and accomplishment. I want readers to derive pleasure from what I write.

How am I going to make this happen?

What do You Want in Your Meditation Room? Here’s Your Checklist

Meditation Rooms

If you could have a space in your office building where you could go to relax for a few minutes each day, sit silently or listen to calming music, would you use it?

What kind of audio would you like…nature sounds, chimes, soft music (classical, jazz or chill out)?

  • Would you like to have a guided meditation option on audio?
  • Would you bring your own MP3 player and earbuds to the room?
  • Would you like the audio to be piped in to the room or have access to individual headphones?

Would you like to have a view with windows or a dimmer room with less distraction?

Quiet Spaces in the Workplace: When do We Go?

Images often speak louder than words…

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