TME 005 : How to See Opportunity Everywhere With Charlie Hartwell – A Change Agent Who Invests In Mind Training Companies

Charlie Hartwell is a Harvard Business School graduate whose career has included time on Wall Street, and corporate marketing positions at Heinz and Pillsbury. Through a combination of hard work, great leadership skills, and really being open to hidden opportunities, Charlie was soon able to leave corporate America and work only on things he truly Read full article…

TME : 004 Janice Marturano on How to Be an Inspiring, Effective, Mindful Leader

Janice Marturano served as the Vice President of Public Responsibility and Deputy General Counsel for General Mills, Inc. for 15 years.   In the early 2000s, she played a key role in the merger of General Mills and Pillsbury, working to secure anti-trust clearance from the Federal Trade Commission.  An officer from Pillsbury told her that Read full article…

How Mindfulness Increases Your Productivity

When you hear the word “mindfulness,” the word “productivity” isn’t likely the first association that comes up for you is it? The most common conceptions of mindfulness include ideas like “slowing down,” or “being in the moment,” and some people think that mindfulness practice means sitting still and doing nothing but watching the breath go Read full article…

TME : 003 You Can Reduce Your Stress Levels By 30% In 30 Days With Diane Sieg

My guest in this episode is Diane Sieg RN, CYT, CSP.  Diane is an emergency room nurse of 23 years turned mindfulness coach and professional speaker.  Her client list includes some impressive names like Princeton Healthcare System and GlaxoSmithKline. Diane is the creator of the Chaos to Calm in 30 Days Mindfulness Challenge, Your Mindful Read full article…

TME 002 : Michael Carroll on How to Be A Highly Effective Mindful Leader Who Inspires the Best In Others

Michael Carroll’s professional journey, which started on Wall Street, included time as a successful Vice President of Human Resources with Shearson Lehman/American Express, Paine Webber, Simon & Schuster and The Walt Disney Company. Since 2002, Michael has been working as a consultant and executive coach to create workplace cultures where people thrive, and his clients Read full article…

TME 001 : How to Access Joy on Demand With Jolly Good Fellow Chade-Meng Tan

My guest in this episode is Chade Meng Tan, who is more commonly known as Meng, or Google’s “Jolly Good Fellow.” Meng is the NYT bestselling author of Search Inside Inside Yourself, which is based on the groundbreaking mindfulness and emotional intelligence program he co-founded at Google. Meng was employee number 107 at Google and Read full article…

TME 000 : An Introduction to The Mindfulness Edge Podcast

This is the introduction episode to The Mindfulness Edge Podcast. You’ll learn how Matt Tenney’s journey from prisoner to monk to social entrepreneur led to creating The Mindfulness Edge Podcast, what you can expect to get out of the podcast, the format and length of the episodes, and how often new episodes will be published. Read full article…

A Cure for the Anxiety You Feel When You’re Rushed

This post originally appeared on the Huffington Post.  It was written in response to a question asked by Dionne Lew (@dionnelew) who asked me “What’s your number 1 tip for being mindful during a busy day?”  The short answer on twitter was to “(1) Use mental noting to note your state whenever you can remember, Read full article…

Why the “Mindfulness Fad” Won’t Go Away

Note: This article originally appeared on the Huffington Post. Mindfulness has now become so popular, and is such a buzzword, that many people are calling it a “fad.” A quick Google search for “mindfulness fad” yields 230,000 results. I can understand why people are calling it a fad. Mindfulness is now endorsed by many famous Read full article…