Mindfulness at Work reveals how the practice of mindfulness — the ability to focus our attention on what is rather than be distracted by what isn’t — can be a powerful antidote to the distractions and stresses of our modern lives, especially our working lives. So, if you want to:
- reduce your stress
- become more productive
- improve your decision-making skills
- enjoy better relationships with your colleagues
- work more creatively
- develop your leadership skills, and
- generally enjoy your job more –
then mindfulness can help!
Written by an expert with years of both clinical and personal experience, Mindfulness at Work includes examples of mindfulness in action in the workplace, while also looking at how the principles of mindfulness can be applied to specific professions, from sales and marketing to teaching, from law to medicine, from the trades to the creative arts.
One of the most important areas of our lives is our work. Whether we are working for money or laboring unpaid, work is something that we spend a large percentage of our time doing, or putting off doing.
Mindfulness at Work is the complete guide to using mindfulness (the art of paying attention to what is going on in our lives right now) to help us work better.
By working mindfully we can work more naturally, more enjoyably, more harmoniously and even more productively.
Written by an expert with years of clinical and personal experience, Mindfulness at Work shows us how to be present, rather than worrying about what has already happened or what might happen in the future.
It gives us the tools to reduce stress, to be more creative, improve decision making and to develop better leadership skills.
Just as importantly, in a world where technology offers endless distraction, Mindfulness at Work helps us regain our peace of mind and enjoy our work, transforming our working lives into something really fulfilling.
Written by an expert with years of both clinical and personal experience, Mindfulness at Work includes examples of mindfulness in action in the workplace, and shows how the principles of mindfulness can be applied to specific professions; from sales and marketing to teaching, from law to medicine, and from the trades to the creative arts.
Mindfulness at Work can benefit our work more than a promotion, or a pay rise, or a new job (or even a family-sized bottle of Prozac!); so if you would like to find out how mindfulness can do this and more, then Mindfulness at Work is for you!