The Blog

Insights on the intersection of leadership, organizational dynamics, the Enneagram, coaching, clear thinking, personal and professional growth, and related topics.

By Mario Sikora and guest associates

Recent Articles

The Conducting Mind

The is part of an ongoing series of articles on the qualities of the mind and mindfulness. For the others, visit us at the Awareness

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The Fluid Mind

Sometimes our minds feel like a sieve. Things go in one ear and out the other, we walk into a room and forget why, or

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The Noticing Mind

This is the fourth in a series of articles on mindfulness and the six qualities of the mind. Take a moment and look up from

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The Focused Mind

The second of six qualities of the mind that we focus on at Awareness to Action International. It is the third in a series of

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What Does It Mean to Be Mindful?

Mindfulness is a very popular topic in organizations these days. Many companies offer courses in mindfulness and tout its benefits—relaxation, improved focus, better performance. But

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Articles by topic

Coaching Soccer and the Instinctual Biases

By Mario Fernandez and Mario Sikora There are 40 million children who participate in sports in the United States but, according to a poll from the National Alliance for Youth ... Read More

The Well-Rounded Company: Business Planning and Our Instinctual Biases

By Brad Kerschensteiner and Mario Sikora A business grows in stages and its success often hinges on the ability to navigate the common challenges of each stage. Business however often ... Read More

The Conducting Mind

The is part of an ongoing series of articles on the qualities of the mind and mindfulness. For the others, visit us at the Awareness to Action Blog Growing up ... Read More

The Discerning Mind

This is part six in a series on the qualities of the mind. The first four qualities of the mind we discussed were focused on being attentive and receptive, cultivating ... Read More

The Fluid Mind

Sometimes our minds feel like a sieve. Things go in one ear and out the other, we walk into a room and forget why, or we go to the store ... Read More

The Noticing Mind

This is the fourth in a series of articles on mindfulness and the six qualities of the mind. Take a moment and look up from whatever device on which you ... Read More