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Three Mindful Practices to Start Your Workday

Summary: This article discusses the concept of mindfulness and how it can be used to bring greater ease, perspective and focus to our work day.

Key takeaways:
1. Mindlessness is characterized as “automatic-pilot” or automatic way of being.
2. Mindfulness is defined as “the simple process of actively noticing new things”.
3. Three short mindful practices are suggested to help create a routine to start the workday.

Counter arguments:
1. Mindfulness takes practice and repetition.
2. Limited opportunities to meditate at work may make it difficult to establish the practice of being present.

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