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Here’s a talk I gave on “Mindfulness and Creativity in the Workplace”, as part of the “Authors at Google” program on October 8th, 2015. Big thank you’s to Google, to the author of the forthcoming book, Pause, Racheal O’Meara, host Van Riper, and the gPause, Google’s global community of mindfulness practice for well-being change for inviting me to speak.
Both mindfulness and creativity are currently two of the most celebrated words in the English language, the first enjoying a recent surge in popularity, the latter with a legacy far more enduring.
But what do these words actually mean? And how can we engage them as vehicles for enriching our own lives as well as the lives of all those around us?
Through his own experiences as a designer, teacher, and healer, and through his own 13 year journey as Vajrayana Buddhist practitioner, Austin Hill Shaw, will explore these topic in an in depth, highly engaging, highly interactive presentation.
Austin Hill Shaw is founder of Creativity Matters and author of The Shoreline of Wonder: On Being Creative.
He works with individuals that want to unlock their full creative potential and organizations that want to develop cultures of innovation.
Per the presentation, get a downloadable copy of Austin’s powerful infographic, Creativity in the Workplace: How to Build Cultures of Innovation.