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Practicing mindfulness increases your career opportunities


It may come as a surprise, but one of the unexpected benefits of practicing mindfulness is its capacity to increase your career prospects.

Although not a factor in the reason that people take up mindfulness practice, it is one of the many beneficial by-products of living through a mindful approach. It makes perfect sense. Mindful people are more grounded, satisfied, grateful, relaxed, productive, empathetic and pleasant to be around.


Further, as a seeker with a growth mindset and better capacity to deal with change, you are immediately a stronger candidate than many of your colleagues.

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A vibrant lifestyle writer from London, Charlotte has been passionate about wellbeing and positivity for over twenty years. Beginning with a life-changing summer when she read the autobiographies of Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou at the age of thirteen, Charlotte’s desire to live ‘on purpose’ was set. Over the years, her journey has taken her through the books, blogs and videos of all the best, as well as many wonderful sessions of yoga, pilates and meditation. Charlotte is a busy freelancing mum, with a long career in education, training and writing.