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Here are voices from the S&H staff that you don’t usually hear—involving a process called Stillpoint we’ve been using to build our company.

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Here are voices from the S&H staff that you don’t usually hear—involving a process called Stillpoint we’ve been using to build our company.From Our Web DesignerI’m not a believer. In much of anything. A cab driver I was speaking with in Chicago one evening told me, “You’re Mr. Cool, aren’t you? You’ve got it all figured out.” I replied, “Actually, I have nothing figured out, consequently nothing really bothers me.”So, when our team at Spirituality & Health enrolled in a 65-day group exercise called Stillpoint that could improve our way of thinking and relating, I was skeptical. But I figured why not jump in completely? I had nothing to lose.The first step in the process is to take a self-test to evaluate your train of thought around five core processes—Vision, Persistence, Curiosity, Self-Inquiry, and Receptivity—to determine how you perceive the world. Then you focus on what’s called your balance point—your least utilized of the five—and you’re given a practice or strategy to achieve balance and clarity in decision making. After 21 days of using the strategy, you measure your gains and changes …

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