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Neil Seligman is a master mindfulness teacher and pioneer of the Conscious Leadership movement.
He believes firmly in the possibility of bringing conscious solutions to the challenges of our world by inspiring leaders to adopt the Conscious Leadership model and supporting them as they future-proof their business and cultivate conscious cultures.
Neil is the author of two books: Conscious Leadership and 100 Mindfulness Meditations and CLO (Conscious Leadership Officer) at The Conscious Professional.
Neil’s passions are witnessing the unfolding of human potential and the pursuit of excellence.
The Conscious Professional is a professional-skills consultancy based in London, working internationally to inspire and support Conscious Leadership in top-tier firms.
Founded in 2012, The Conscious Professional offers a suite of services to help businesses transform their culture and embed Mindful Education and Conscious Leadership into their learning and development.
Courses, workshops and coaching assignments are designed to inform, challenge and inspire professionals as they learn to express new levels of presence, clarity and excellence in the workplace and in their lives.
Founder The Conscious Professional
Thanks for the comment and question.
In my view, mindfulness and presence are pretty much interchangeable. Both are talking about one's ability to be fully available in the present moment with mind body and consciousness focused on the singularity of that experience.
Mindfulness obviously has an ancient origin in Buddhist texts. Presence has indeed become more of a 'teaching' with the popularity of Tolle and others - I am a fan and am looking forward to hearing Tolle speak at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in San Francisco next week.
I hope this answers your question - for a more in-depth discussion of the semantics around this subject you might enjoy my previous article here .