Using Blindspot Discovery for Real Behavioral Change. Why can you say, and genuinely mean, “I don’t want to eat that cake,” but end up eating it anyway?  If there is only one person making decisions, what the heck are we doing? Choosing what you want to do should be easy… shouldn’t it?  The difference between […]

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The human mind was created in a time and place that looks nothing like the modern world. While we’d like to think of ourselves and our employees and machines capable of taking input and outputting work, this is an outdated and ineffective mental model. The human mind is complex and unlocking peak human performance requires […]

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There is a whole world of events happening around you. You don’t notice any of it.  How does the pressure feel against you?  How is your tongue sitting in your mouth?  What sounds can you hear around you?  You’ve probably read questions like this before, and you might be annoyed that now you can’t stop […]

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This month, the Mindful Leadership Club at Move Mountains is exploring the concept of “focus.” Through our practice sessions, meditations and workshops, we are diving into the sometimes elusive objective of bringing greater focus to the task at hand. Inevitably, someone is craving the snake oil, the magic solution that in a dash, improves one’s […]

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We are taught from a young age that it is appropriate to thank someone who does something kind for us. A friend lends a hand. A server brings you a new fork after you accidentally catapult yours off the table. A family member brings you a roll of toilet paper after you realized way too […]

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“Do not speak bad of yourself, for the warrior within you hears your words and is lessened by them.” Japanese Proverb Recently, I was asked by my daughter’s Head of School to step back into a teaching role in a middle school classroom for a short stint as a substitute. A teacher left due to […]

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As the day progresses, the flurry of life’s events and challenges often has me feeling like I am driving in a blizzard: crawling forward, barely able to see except for the lights in front of me. It seems like they are light-years away, and really they are just feet away. As I drive, the swirling […]

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Move Mountains is dedicated to developing leaders using our Mindful Leadership Map and an experiential approach. We understand what it takes to support leaders and teams through transformations to excellence. Grow into a happier and healthier you, and contribute to a stronger, more successful organization.

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Recently, someone with the symptoms of Covid-19 failed to disclose their symptoms prior to participating in a socially distanced yoga class. As a member of that class and learning of the symptoms afterward, I was put in a challenging position. I was supposed to interact with hundreds of people in the coming week (while wearing […]

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The rising sun pierces my eyelids and forces my dreams to flee. I haven’t seen a rising sun on the horizon in as long as I can remember, especially not from the comfort of my bed. Back home, countless forest fires have left the sun obscured for nearly a month at this point. The decision […]

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