The Sauder School of Business conducted a 2016 research study on the Challenge and determined it significantly increases:
Emotional Regulation: People stay calm and focused when stress gets high.
Well Being: Improves satisfaction and performance
Humility: People more accurately understand how they can improve their own performance and seek out opportunities to do so
Authenticity: Improves interpersonal relationships, pro-social behaviour and leadership
Vigor: Increases the energy people bring to their lives which is associated with engagement, resilience, endurance, and performance
Psychological Capital: Contributes to positive attitudes and performance
Willingness to go 'Above and Beyond': People are more inclined to help others
Hear what lead researcher Dr. Daniel Skarlicki from The University of British Columbia has to say about the Challenge research study and his findings.
Click on the image to the right to download the UBC research study that shows the 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge reduces stress, increases resilience and improves performance.