fastcompany:

Infographic: The Richest People in the World
Bloomberg Billionaires is a fun visualization allows you to power-sort the origins of each billionaire’s wealth, without ever losing the quirky humanity behind our titans of industry.


Check out the full infographic here.

fastcompany:

Infographic: The Richest People in the World

Bloomberg Billionaires is a fun visualization allows you to power-sort the origins of each billionaire’s wealth, without ever losing the quirky humanity behind our titans of industry.

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Check out the full infographic here.

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fastcompany:

Have a mindful day! Want some good science-based reasons why?
Check out How Does A Mindful Practice Do Anything by Naturopathic Doctor Michael Stanclift.

Mindfulness is a very specific kind of mental exercise for our brains, and it develops certain areas of our brains.
The areas that are exercised when we practice mindfulness have to do with what we call ”direct experience.” When we’re experiencing something directly, we’re fully enveloped by whatever we’re doing. We are not thinking about the past, the future, or even about ourselves. 
But studies have shown that people who practice mindfulness, even irregularly, have direct experiences more often. They also tend to have higher levels of happiness.


…Our life circumstances don’t even need to change outwardly to see the improvements in our quality of life. We tend to appreciate, and become more grateful for the way things are. By noticing more of what’s happening right now, we disengage from what happened in the past, and what might happen in the future. Our experiences feel enriched and have more meaning.

 Here are some more tips on mindfulness from Fast Company:
Meditate Your Way To A More Creative Mind
Ron Alexander’s Method For Mindfulness Meditation
Meditating Your Way To More Effective Leadership

fastcompany:

Have a mindful day! Want some good science-based reasons why?

Check out How Does A Mindful Practice Do Anything by Naturopathic Doctor Michael Stanclift.

Mindfulness is a very specific kind of mental exercise for our brains, and it develops certain areas of our brains.

The areas that are exercised when we practice mindfulness have to do with what we call ”direct experience.” When we’re experiencing something directly, we’re fully enveloped by whatever we’re doing. We are not thinking about the past, the future, or even about ourselves. 

But studies have shown that people who practice mindfulness, even irregularly, have direct experiences more often. They also tend to have higher levels of happiness.

…Our life circumstances don’t even need to change outwardly to see the improvements in our quality of life. We tend to appreciate, and become more grateful for the way things are. By noticing more of what’s happening right now, we disengage from what happened in the past, and what might happen in the future. Our experiences feel enriched and have more meaning.

 Here are some more tips on mindfulness from Fast Company:

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whitecollar:

Reblog if you’re going to spend your night with Neal Caffrey. Don’t miss the return of White Collar tonight @ 10/9c.

whitecollar:

Reblog if you’re going to spend your night with Neal Caffrey. Don’t miss the return of White Collar tonight @ 10/9c.

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