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Books about mindfulness at work?

mugzymugzy Veteran
edited February 2011 in Arts & Writings
My girlfriend wanted to find a book about how to apply mindfulness or meditation techniques while working. I have lots of meditation instruction but none on this particular subject. I'm thinking she would like something in the Zen tradition. Ideally I would like to find something by Thich Nhat Hanh, he has written many books so I feel like there must be something by him that would apply. Suggestions?


  • johnathanjohnathan Canada Veteran
    Peace is Every Step... The whole book is about how to apply mindfulness into our daily actities and I found it very useful.
  • MindGateMindGate United States Veteran
    Well... theres a book called "What Would Buddha Do?" which describes how Buddha would react to everyday situations and activities. I'm not a big fan of it, but she could give it a try I suppose.
  • "Awake at Work", by Michael Carroll. Very good.
  • While I work I just try to focus on my working not focus on being Buddhist, maybe it's a flaw of mine.
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