In this world of multitasking, checking emails, liking or commenting Linkedin posts, tweets or managing kids homework or folding laundry. Planning our day while preparing breakfast or driving to work. In this haste of ‘Doing’ we are loosing connection with the ‘Being’ that is our inner self. ‘Mindfulness’ is the practice of focusing your attention on the ‘Present Moment’. ‘Being in the Now’ is accepting this moment without resistance, judgement and attachment.
Mind is constantly running on the loop of thoughts of past or future and we miss the only truth the ‘Present’ or the ‘Now’. Have you notice that you are beaming with happiness and true joy when you do an adventure sport like Rock Climbing, Sky diving, Bungee Jumping or a boot camp in the gym or after attending TBR Practitioner class :). This peace stems from the freedom of our thoughts, we are completely in the ‘Now’. So if ‘Being’ in the ‘Now’ is so blissful, how can we replicate the same feeling to the rest of our day and life.
In the year 2020, I’m focused on bringing trainings based on Neuroscience of Learning and Mindfulness. All our Training from the BACK of the Room Practitioner Classes delivers the original content based on Brain Science principles as created by @Sharon Bowman and learning’s from Eckhart Tolle Books ‘Power of Now’ and ‘A New Earth’ that both @Anil Jaising and I practice in our lives as well.
I’m thrilled to see the prestigious academic institutions like Bergen County Academies, Hackensack, NJ, Englewood Cliffs School district and many others have included mediation & yoga in their daily schedules and after school programs. Shifting the focus from external / materialist life to internal /mystical way of living.
As trainers / teachers, the more we are aware and present the better we will connect, understand and give back to our learners. At Concepts & Beyond we are collaborating with like minded trainers who share our beliefs and philosophies.
Scrum, Product Management, and DevOps: Simplifying the jargon
The internet and social media are full of Agile, Scrum, Product Management, and DevOps jargon, including incorrect and misunderstood concepts. This could be problematic for a learner seeking knowledge. Without a course with Scrum Alliance, Scrum.org, or DevOps Institute, this knowledge is difficult to achieve.