Now or Later?

Posted 05.30.2014

By Diane Eblin 

calendar2Wow, can you believe it’s almost June? This year has flown by with one big event after another. One of the biggest was earlier this month when Scott finished the manuscript for his new book, Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative. That was a team effort that took a lot of coordinated focus. I’ve read it and I have to say you are in for a treat.

As Scott wrote here back in February, we slowed down the frequency of the blog posts for a few months to create time for writing the new book. Now that we are settling back into our regular flow we will move back towards publishing 2 to 3 blog posts a week.

We will continue to share our practical leadership insights and other resources we think you should know about. Our regular rotation includes the Mindful Mondays feature, leadership insights inspired by current events and podcast interviews with authors and other thought leaders. We will soon be adding a little taste of topics covered in the upcoming book as well as book recommendations, apps to make your life easier, and insider stories of leaders who show presence by being present.

So what does this mean for you and why should you care? Well, we hope you enjoy the types of information we share and will continue to engage with us. In the past, you’ve had to subscribe to both the blog and the newsletter to get it all. But that’s all changing today!

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We look forward to continuing the conversation with you via the blog and we hope you will always let us know what you like and what’s missing.