Meditation and Success

Learn how meditation can help improve the success of your employees and yourself!

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Maybe you’ve heard that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to be great at something. The Beatles played 1,200 concerts together before becoming internationally known. Bill Gates started programming in eighth grade. But new research shows there’s a different formula for success.

World-class athletes, top managers and world-class performers, when tested, have all shown high levels of what’s called brain integration. This means that their brains are wired with strong connections between the different areas, they have heightened attention, and they’re able to think quickly to deal with problems.

This is the new key to success, as noted by US neuroscientist Dr. Fred Travis, because it’s the fire starter behind the creativity that often leads to success.

Luckily, a study from Harvard Medical School demonstrated that meditating causes changes in brain waves that actually improve the brain’s functionality.

Success at work is one of the many ways Journey Meditation helps employees achieve their wellness goals. Interested in bringing Journey Meditation to your organization? Email us at: [email protected]

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