Berkeley, CAUSA 94704
June 4, 2014
Alberto Todeschini: http://www.linkedin.com/in/atodeschini/ 1) To improve the well-being of people around me and my own (by being habitually kinder, more aware, with more presence, etc.) 2) To work smarter; we all work hard, the key to flourishing is in working smart 3) To consistently be in optimal health and fitness, so that even if faced with adversity or illness, I will be optimally placed to rebound
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Just by having a timer in front of me when I'm at my desk, I have been able to reliably take a 2-minute break every 25 minutes. This allows me to stand up, recollect my focus and presence, stretch my shoulders and neck, relax briefly, and then carry on working optimally.
Prof. Jennifer Daubenmier of UCSF, who specializes on mindfulness.
I am a university researcher who has published academically about meditation and who believes in the power of technology to improve our daily quality of life.