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It’s time for leaders to join the mindful business revolution and find true success.
Although the world is currently abuzz with the term “mindfulness,” some believe mindfulness is a fringe activity to be practiced before or after the workday, if at all. Too few business professionals take the time needed to be present and aware throughout the workday, which is counterproductive. Dr. Eric Holsapple, successful developer and entrepreneur, has realized the value of mindfulness as not only a path to personal success, but as a sound business strategy.
Mindfulness and presence can transform business culture, improving focus and communication while reducing distractions and stress. Holsapple learned this lesson years ago, after achieving “success” as defined by society but still feeling unhappy and stressed. In Profit with Presence, he shares the lessons he learned and his twelve pillars for personal and business success, which are easy to understand and implement through practice exercises.
Holsapple shows that bringing mindfulness to the workplace is an investment that pays out real dividends. Readers will learn from his journey―along with support from other mindful leaders and research―to help them bring mindfulness to themselves as well as their families, businesses, and communities. Now is the time for leaders to invest in the mindful business movement and become part of the solution.
Eric Holsapple is a successful developer and entrepreneur with LC Real Estate Group, in Loveland, Colorado, who has used mindfulness to transform his life and business, and helps others to do the same. Eric has a PhD in economics, has been a real estate CEO and developer for nearly 40 years, has lectured in real estate at Colorado State University for 20 years, and has practiced Yoga and meditation for 30 years. Holsapple has a unique perspective on how merging business and mindfulness can be a catalyst in changing lives. Eric is the founder of Living in the Gap. His popular workshops teach CEOs and professionals a different way to operate mindfully while improving the bottom line. He has won Entrepreneur of the Year awards from Colorado State University and BizWest magazine. Eric and his wife, Tracy, have three grown children, Ryan, Kaity, and Kohlton, who all have their own businesses. They summer in Maine, where Eric grew up, and enjoy spending time skiing in Steamboat, Colorado, in the winter.