My Daily Drive method (MDD) is part of the curriculum at So. CT State University. Professor Chulguen Yang, Ph.D. selected MDD as a required text for Seniors in the Business school taking the Management 498 Art and Innovation, Leadership Course 2017 and 2018. Course Credits: MGT 498, 3 credits.
Course Description: This is a hybrid course designed to cultivate the capabilities of paying attention, enhanced perceptual awareness, aesthetic imagination and observational skills through various arts, especially visual arts. MDD was one of the three required texts.
Students learn that a regular practice of mindfulness leads to fresh thinking and new possibilities. The method begins with nine (9) minutes a day, and includes creative exercises, reflection, energy shifting writing prompts and mind mapping key areas of life.
Students reported increased focus, clarity, while experiencing reduced anxiety, less stress, and better grades. They were able to make better decisions about their life by using this method and recognized as an important guide and creative tool with a unique format for self empowerment and self satisfaction. Over 75% of students reported positive results as they moved towards their goals and experienced on-going contentment.
'Workshops and retreats can help lead individuals and teams mired in stagnation to new levels of trust, creativity and productivity, helping them realize constructive goals at work and at home.”
Users of My Daily Drive and workshop participants learn how to shift gears from over-scheduled and over-stressed to designing a life of purposeful work and meaningful life.
Aside from decreasing your health care costs and improving your bottom line, common results are:
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