About 10 years ago, I reached a point of mental exhaustion working as a tech leader. Through mindfulness training, I started to cultivate more awareness and discovered the power of mindfulness.
Nevertheless, as a scientist, I had to know the data to measure whether all these mindfulness activities were actually helpful.
Thus I got deeper into neuroscience, leveraging the latest technology like neurofeedback and neuro mediation to identify KPIs and gradually upgrade my mind - the software.
Motivated from the result of my own transformation and the transformative results from many tech leaders I worked with as a coach and trainer, I decided to write my first book to share my findings and experiences from his journey so that others can learn from it.
Measurable Mindfulness: A Systematic Path to More Awareness & Enlightenment is a guidebook of a structured approach to mindfulness and reaching the enlightenment state of the mind.
The book is designed for individuals who are experiencing chronic stress, self-doubt, negativity, or a lack of purpose, and who are looking for a data-driven approach to achieving greater awareness, a calm and focused mind.
This book is also well-suited for people who are studying or working in the field of science and engineering, as well as those who have a logical mind and are interested in the scientific underpinnings of mindfulness.
In this book, I introduce a data-driven approach to mindfulness using tools such as simple breathing exercises, neuromeditation, heart rate variability (HRV) monitoring, and electroencephalography (EEG) while understanding and tracking the most important mind KPIs to achieve an enlightened state of mind.
“Being in an enlightened state of mind doesn't mean you have to meditate all day; it means that you will be able to be present and no longer be driven by the mind, limiting thoughts, and false beliefs, eventually transcending the mind.”
Our mind is like a computer's software, and just like a computer, the mind has its own set of limitations. These limitations can include self-doubt, limiting thoughts, and false beliefs that hold us back from achieving our full potential.
The body, on the other hand, is often compared to a computer's hardware, and it plays a crucial role in supporting our being.
For many, the ultimate goal for those embarking on meditation or mindfulness training is to eventually achieve a state of spiritual enlightenment. Still, many people struggle to make measurable progress toward this goal.
This is where measurable mindfulness comes in.
By using data and scientific research to measure the effects of mindfulness practices on the brain and body, you can gain a better understanding of how mindfulness works and make adjustments to your practices as needed.
Throughout the book (work in progress), I draw on the latest scientific research to provide a logical and evidence-based approach to mindfulness, which I refer to as “measurable mindfulness.”
So you will also learn the important Mind KPIs to gain a better understanding of how mindfulness affects your own bodies and minds, and make adjustments to your practices to achieve a state of high-performance mind.
Please stay tuned on updates ... will keep you posted!
I have developed a data-driven 12-week training program, "The High-Performance Mind," leveraging the latest science and technology to assist senior tech leaders in optimizing their mind and brain performance to thrive in high-pressure environments.
There is also a starter edition available, which is a light-weight approach on getting started, taking some action, and actually making some progress toward achieving a state of a high-performance mindset.
You can reach out and contact me for an exploratory (free) get-to-know meeting, where I can outline some strategies based on your unique situation and objectives. This is my gift to you, and I encourage you to take advantage of it!
Take the first step today and be the best version of yourself!