Two Book Reviews of Mindfulness in the Workplace

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Andrew Safer has written a magnificent book, Mindfulness in the Workplace. Not only does he make it very clear how the practice of mindfulness can help us in our work experience, he gives us basic instructions on how to do it.

He supports our journey to clarity and wakeful engagement in our work environment.

He also gives us help and guidance in bringing out our best qualities as human beings in our workplace, an area often overlooked in other approaches to presenting mindfulness. This book can help us live our best, not only in our workplace but in all our lives.

James Sacamano, MD, author of Getting Back to Wholeness—The Treasure of Inner Health and the Power of a Meaningful Life


 

Mindfulness in the Workplace is the culmination of decades of exploration and training by Andrew Safer, one of the most authentic and experienced workshop leaders and communicators of Mindfulness techniques for organizations and individuals across a wide spectrum of public services and industries. The book is a tour-de-force, guidebook, and step-by-step manual ready to be assimilated and applied in any workplace setting.

Layth Matthews
Instructor, Business Management, College of New Caledonia
Author of The Four Noble Truths of Wealth: a Buddhist view of economic life


Book launches in the Maritimes:

Halifax: June 25th, 7:00 to 8:30 pm, Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia, 1113 Marginal Rd.

St. John’s: June 29th from 2:00 to 3:30 pm at The Lantern, 35 Barnes Rd.

To attend either in person or on Zoom, please save your seat (below).

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