Turning points typically happen when you are faced with choices and you choose the direction of greatest change. I’d spent years at large employers, most recently as head of Benefits and Wellness at a national bank, and experienced first hand how valuable healthy breaks can be. I saw employees became engaged and energized with regular, scheduled breaks.  After a sabbatical over the summer, I made the decision to spread the concepts of workplace wellness across multiple industries and BreakTogether was born. Recently, I attended the Peak Work Performance Summit, an excellent two-week webinar interview series; and became more inspired. The summit featured discussions with over 25 thought leaders and authors who shared insights on happiness, mindfulness, and productivity in the workplace. Nearly every presenter touched upon the importance of taking mindful breaks in the workday to improve happiness, and productivity.   Isn’t that what most companies care about for their employees? Happiness equates to engagement and companies with higher engagement are generally 14% more financially successful than their peers, according to Fortune’s Best Place to Work survey. In my previous 10 years with two national employers, mindfulness programs were on the radar for employees, though it was challenging to roll...