How can you use mindfulness to optimize your mental effectiveness?

Dear Mindful Friends,

In my conversations with clients since the beginning of the year, one thing that has come up again and again is mental burnout. So many people seem exhausted in today’s professional workspace. There is seemingly too much to do and too little time to do it! In such an environment, your mental effectiveness and balance really come at a premium.
The ‘Mindfulness and the mind’ training I outline below offers short, concise and doable mindfulness methods to help you and your team optimize your minds to bring your best  to your work, not just in the short term, but in the sustainable long-term.
If you are dealing with information overload yourself, and want a practice that you can do for yourself right now, then do check our my article ‘Turtling up – Dealing mindfully with information overload‘!

Wishing you all the very best,


Toby Ouvry
Founder, Director, Facilitator Integral Meditation Asia

Mindfulness and the mind – Becoming more mentally effective, positive and resilient using mindfulness

Formats available: 1Hour/90min talk, 3-6 hour workshop, 6 x1hour module course

Would you like to:

  • Learn how to release and master your stress
  • Work with patterns of thought & thinking to help make you more effective?
  • Stay stable even when you feel challenged?
  • Reduce the busyness of your mind with increasing ease?
  • Feel truly confident in your thoughts & thinking?

This mind-focused training looks at practical mindfulness tools that you can use at work and  in daily life that will help you and your colleagues master your thoughts and thinking in an integrated and balance way.

About the facilitator: Toby Ouvry is has been teaching meditation and mindfulness for the last twenty years, including five years as a Buddhist monk within the Tibetan tradition. He is a business owner, entrepreneur and runs the mindfulness program at the Insead Singapore campus.

For further information or enquiries, please contact

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