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Have you ever found your mind preoccupied by the myriad of tasks that have piled up on your desk, even before you get to work each day?

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Have you ever found your mind preoccupied by the myriad of tasks that have piled up on your desk, even before you get to work each day?

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As your mind recites each task, counting them off rapidly, your breathing quickens, your pulse starts to accelerate and you may even feel an overwhelming feeling of dread.

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By the time you arrive at the workplace, you already feel a significant depletion of energy as you wonder how you can possibly complete the day’s work. Is this your experience?

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The key to approaching your day from the latter perspective lies in the discipline of staying in the present moment, or mindfulness.

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For most of us, as soon as our head gets off the pillow in the morning, the mind begins to race as it rehearses not just the immediate tasks, but also the tasks for the next 24 hours and possibly beyond.

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Our mind has this ‘crazy’ habit of talking to us constantly and repeatedly about the tasks we anticipate, our fears and anxieties as to what might happen including worst case scenarios, past regrets and hurts; and all at once!

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