product description page
Mindfulness for Busy People : Turning Frantic and Frazzled into Calm and Composed - (Paperback)
about this item
Be calm, be present, be mindful.
Mindfulness for Busy People 2/e will show you how to apply the transformative power of mindfulness to your busy life, helping you to de-stress, find your own unique space of calm, and ready yourself for whatever challenges you face.
Helping you to cultivate and practice mindfulness straight away, you’ll discover:
· A no-nonsense, light-hearted, and clear introduction to mindfulness and its benefits
· Unique and clever ‘I-haven’t-got-time-for-this’ exercises that you can do anywhere, anytime
· A fulfilling way to feel less stressed with immediate effect
· A new found confidence, resilience and a greater sense of optimism
· Improved focus, energy, efficiency and creativity
Feel calm, confident and in control – whatever you’re doing, wherever you are.
Endorsements MFBP 2e
· “Mindfulness has probably become more popular in concept than in practice these days. So many of us could benefit from training our attention and our self-compassion, if we could just find practical ways to integrate mindfulness into our daily lives and busy schedules. These authors provide the practical tools that you need to actually put mindfulness into practice, and to benefit from transforming your mind, without having to pack up to live in the mountains. This book is fun, usable, and helpful.”
Dennis Tirch, author of The Compassionate Mind Guide to Overcoming Anxiety
· “Mindfulness can be elusive... The "I'm too busy" thoughts show up and get in the way. The trick is to bring brief respites of mindfulness into a multitude of simple tasks we do each day. In this second edition of their wonderful book the authors have added, updated and upgraded ideas for bringing the power of mindfulness into our busy worlds. Get it and reap the benefits of simple mindfulness.”
Kevin Polk, Ph.D., Psychologist and ProSocial Matrix Trainer
· “The great thing is, we can all be a lot more mindful, even if we’re way too busy to meditate. This little gem of a book gives you a wealth of simple strategies to easily bring mindfulness into everyday life - thereby making it a lot more satisfying and lot less stressful.”
Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap
· “One go-to question in mindfulness is: What did you notice? Going through this wonderful book, I noticed how simple and concrete it made the