I spent 9 days in Cuba last month.
Many stories to tell.
Yes, I engaged in some of the expected activities. Strolled through Havana Vieja, retracing Ernest Hemingway’s steps. Listened to infectious live music every day. Indulged in a slew of sumptuous meals prepared in the home-grown paladares, beacons of a nascent Cuban entrepreneurialism.
But the unexpected stirred me most.
I believe in mindfulness. Mindfulness practices have been around since the dawn of time. I am interested in an energized workplace. I also believe in keeping things simple. So, let us focus on mindfulness at work. And let’s render the mystical simple and practical.
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