The Art Of Welldoing
Following on from recent talks at Babington House and at Penny Brohn Cancer Care I promised attendees that I would email some links relevant to my talks.
This post brings together some previous ones about the process of getting things done mindfully - the art of welldoing. For me, welldoing has 3 key dimensions:
1. Doing (the process)
2. Being (moment by moment awareness and happiness)
3. Knowing why (direction and purpose)
Here are some useful links to each dimension…
1. Doing - the process
Getting yourself organised - physically, digitally and mentally within a framework that works.
Stuff for filing stuff - How to set up your desk and filing.
Empty your mind - How to clear your mind.
Processing - Your personal workflow
2 minutes - If it only takes 2 minutes, just do it.
Is your email out of control? - Get your inbox to zero.
Email manifesto - Making email sane again.
Weekly Review - Spend time with yourself every week.
If you think this is all too much read about the benefits here, you're worth it!
If you want to fully implement a system personally or for your organisation, read here.
2. Being - the way
A short guide to mindfulness.
Happy workers are more productive.
My work on mindfulness at work
A little wellbeing - a little post that links to lots of other ones you might like.
3. Knowing why - finding purpose and direction
Do you have control and perspective? Have a look here.
How positive are you? See here.
That's all for now folks! Welldoing is also becoming a business and you can read about that here.
Please let me know your ideas about getting the right amount of being and doing in your life. Comments welcome. Please share :-)