I felt completely wiped out... I had endless to-do lists… what on earth is all this about? Something needed to change.— Debbie Goodman-Bhyat
Stop and smell the roses. It’s a really great way to live your life!— Debbie Goodman-Bhyat
Description on Amazon:
“INtheFLOW – Taking Mindfulness to Work” is an uplifting, eloquent and enlightening book that provokes us to wake up and notice the small stuff so that we live more fulfilling lives.
The book is packed with enthusiasm about how we can change our lives for the better by providing us with tools, tips and practices that can impact our personal and professional lives.
It offers anecdotes, principles, processes and philosophies that are accessible, simple and very powerful.
“INtheFLOW” has the capacity to enhance the way we perceive – and experience – our lives, the way we work as teams and, as a result, our overall productivity and levels of performance.
It explains six “prompts” that awaken us to the ordinary – yet special – moments of our lives by paying attention, on purpose, to these moments.
Listen to the potentially life changing interview in the audio below.
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