Leverage mindful awareness and intention to achieve better outcomes.
Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative offers practical insights for the executive, manager, or professional who feels like their RPM is maxed out in the red zone. By making the concepts and practices of mindfulness simple, practical and applicable, this audiobook offers actionable hope for today's overworked and overwhelmed professional. New research shows that the smartphone equipped professional is connected to work 72 hours a week. Forty-eight percent of Americans report that their stress level is up and that the number one source of stress is the job pressure of a 24/7 world. What's the alternative? Top leadership coach and educator Scott Eblin offers one in Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative. While mindfulness is one of the "Top Ten Trends for 2014 and Beyond", many professionals think it's just too hard to give it a try.
In this book, Eblin shows that mindfulness that makes a difference doesn't require meditating like a Buddhist monk. Overworked and Overwhelmed is a handbook for more mindful work and living that offers:
Even small increases in mindfulness can lead to big changes in productivity and quality of life for the overworked and overwhelmed professional. Overworked and Overwhelmed: The Mindfulness Alternative is a guide for doing just that.
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©2014 Scott Eblin (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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"Some excellent tools"
This is my first audiobook, and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience once I got use to someone else reading books to me. James voice is perfectly pitched and paced!
I felt I had gained some valuable knowledge, and was thoroughly satisfied I soldiered on through the earlier chapters.
I listened to the book in pieces. I would recommend this, as it takes time for each of the lessons to permeate through.
Excellent material, although the constant reference to other material and interviews I felt detracted from the practical tools. It felt almost as if Scott was continually trying to convince the reader/listener of the authenticity of his material.
Definitely think there is good food for thought. Will be implementing a number of changes to how I go about my work.
Really helped me rethink my life! I am going to reread it all again. This time i am taking nites. Well recommended.
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