Meditation, food for the soul

| Updated on December 13, 2020

Raman Mittal

(Co-founder & CMO, TO THE NEW)

1. I squeeze physical activity into my day to avoid a sedentary lifestyle. I like to walk-the-talk with team members instead of keeping meetings in a closed cabin. I choose stairs over lifts. A change in surroundings also rejuvenates the mind, helps in ideation, and builds better work relations.

2. One can’t eliminate stress from life, but can always manage it. I plan my life by making daily, weekly, and monthly to-do lists. Instead of using an app, I write everything down, which helps me retain things better and make faster decisions.

3. Although caffeine is a driving fuel for many colleagues, I restrict my coffee/tea consumption to two cups a day and drink a lot of water instead. Though I do not follow a specific diet, I prefer home-cooked meals and eat out only when travelling for work.

4 .I believe meditation is food for the soul. I put away my gadgets now and then to disconnect from the world. Occasionally, I also attend meditation camps to rejuvenate myself.

5Catching up on sleep, for at least 7 hours a day, is a must for me. I sleep early and wake up to the calming sounds of daybreak. On days when I have to get on calls with stakeholders from different time zones, I rely on short power naps during the day!

Published on December 12, 2020

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