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Used PM for our small group meditations. The advice was practical and they even managed to make mindfulness fun! I had no idea there were so many ways to access it. Much more sustainable that way. Thank you!Jan 11, 2018Verified
One of the best professional development experiences I've ever had. Our presenter was engaging and insightful. Each session addressed our stress reduction needs and I'd recommend to anyone looking for similar services.Jan 10, 2018Verified
When it comes to better communication and mindfulness for mental clarity, you will be very satisfied with their mindfulness programs. Each practice is custom so all people can use them in their everyday lives. Truly outstanding.Jan 12, 2018Verified
I am stressed by nature. I was never taught how to deal with this anxiety and am so grateful for all these supports. The eye of the storm presentation was excellent. Thank you for our ongoing workJan 4, 2018Verified
Nick was a pleasure to work with and was very knowledgeable.Sep 5, 2019Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The below topics are presented through an array of engaging, interactive, and multisensory experiences that emphasize how mindfulness enhances health, productivity, and happiness. 1. Introduction (5 minutes) • Gratitude • Surrender electronics, watches, and other distractions • Agenda overview • Mindful ice-breaker • Real-life stories about the joyful, life-changing possibilities of personalized mindfulness that relate to attendees • The foundational mindfulness practice of following the breath 2. Understanding Mindfulness (and Debunking Common Myths!) (10 minutes) • Define mindfulness • Emphasize that mindfulness is a universal and secular muscle that everyone can cultivate • Debunk common myths about mindfulness • Understand how mindfulness works through The Bubble Pop Game 3. Acceptance and Understanding of Both Internal and External Stress (10 minutes) • Causes of internal stress: o Discussion of the random thoughts that arose among attendees during the introductory, brief guided mindfulness meditation (most people find their mind wandering into the past, future, or fantasy realms – these thoughts can fuel stress) • Causes of external stress: o Discussion of anonymous survey feedback • Brief overview of the physical and mental effects of stress 4. Interrelated Benefits of Mindfulness as They Apply to Your Organization (10 minutes) • Lessons learned from other organizations that have successfully implemented mindfulness • Stress-reduction • Adding an ‘Undo Feature’ to your life: Real-time awareness of reflexive, emotional reactions that can otherwise lead to regrettable decisions if acted upon • Greater enthusiasm for life and work 5. How to Design and Build a Regular, Personalized Mindfulness Practice (10 minutes) • Reiterate that mindfulness is a muscle that everyone can cultivate • Identify obstacles to practicing • Attendees complete a self-inventory that measures their individual strengths and learning styles • Attendees are offered customized mindfulness practices based on the results of their self-inventories and the tools to create their own • Attendees learn how to revel in their personalized approach 6. Scaling and Sustaining Mindfulness Practices (5 minutes) Distribute a handout that details the following (the information below is briefly reviewed): • Attendees draft specific goals they want to garner from consistent practice • Attendees draft a commitment to undertake their favorite mindfulness practices, including specific dates, times, and locations • Introduce attendees to the following, proposed mindfulness-related support structures: o Central internal website: A hub for information sharing, downloadable supporting documentation, webinar access, a calendar of events, videos, podcasts, classroom highlights, blogs, social media, news, a personalized mindfulness exercise generator, apps, FAQs, inquires, etc. o Integrate mindfulness into the training of leaders and staff o Include a mindfulness engagement section into professional evaluations o Daily, inspirational reminder e-mails o Install an ‘undo send’ function into e-mail servers - Ongoing refresher courses and programming about different aspects of mindfulness (available through on-site and virtual one-on-one formats) - Daily logs - Weekly surveys - Integration into other professional development activities and meetings - Mindfulness groups that meet during lunch and/or after work - Regular check-ins, progress monitoring, and coaching 7. Questions, Answers, and Feedback (10 minutes) • Summarize major concepts from the training • Attendees ask follow-up questions and complete a feedback survey • Experience a brief, concluding mindfulness exercise
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Drawing on over ten years of experience as an educator, Nick Mosca empowers people to align mindfulness practices with their interests, reduce stress, and reclaim their lives. Nick is the founder of Personalized Mindfulness, a national wellness company that boosts resilience through cutting-edge workshops, consultations, and keynotes. Nick also co-hosts on WABC Radio and has presented at Yale University, Squarespace, Columbia University, Harlem Hospital Center, New York University, Share Fair Nation, The HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, The Milken Scholars Program, and Molloy College. Moreover, Nick’s writing has appeared in Psychology Today and he is the elected Research Chairperson of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, through which he earned a scholarship for using mindfulness and comedy to advance world peace. Nick holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University where he studied mindfulness and won The Billings Prize for inspiring behavioral change through positive humor. During his undergraduate studies, Nick earned a B.A. in English (Magna Cum Laude) from Georgetown University. He is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). During his free time, Nick composes music, runs, and plays baseball.