[Reading] ➸ Awake at Work: 35 Practical Buddhist Principles for Discovering Clarity and Balance in the Midst of Work's Chaos Author Michael Carroll – 1sm.info

Awake at Work: 35 Practical Buddhist Principles for Discovering Clarity and Balance in the Midst of Work's Chaos Work Can Often Be Frustrating On The Job We Frequently Face Conflicts, Difficult Personalities, Disappointing Results A Variety Of Challenges And Obstacles In This Unique Book Michael Carroll, A Buddhist Meditation Teacher And A Corporate Executive, Shares Buddhist Wisdom On How To Transform The Common Hassles And Anxieties Of Life In The Workplace Into Valuable Opportunities For Personal Growth, Heightened Wisdom, And Enhanced Effectiveness Carroll Shows Us How Life On The Job No Matter What Kind Of Work We Do Can Become One Of The Most Engaging And Fulfilling Areas Of Our LivesAt Its Heart, Awake At Work Offers Thirty Five Principles For Developing A New Way Of Relating To Work That Is Characterized By Honesty, Openness, Courage, Maturity, And Endless Learning By Contemplating These Principles On A Regular Basis In The Context Of Our Daily Work Lives, We Can Begin To Explore And Overturn The Misconceptions And Mental Habits That Keep Many Of Us In A State Of Constant Frustration And Dissatisfaction On The JobCarroll Invites Readers To Contemplate These Slogans And To Use Them On The Spot, In The Midst Of Work S Chaos, To Develop Clarity, Wisdom, And Inspiration Along The Way, Carroll Presents A Variety Of Techniques And Insights To Help Us Acknowledge Work, With All Its Complications, As A Valuable Invitation To Fully Live Our Lives In An Engaging, Accessible, And Often Humorous Style, Awake At Work Offers Readers A Path To Rediscovering A Natural Sense Of Intelligence, Confidence, And Delight On The Job

10 thoughts on “Awake at Work: 35 Practical Buddhist Principles for Discovering Clarity and Balance in the Midst of Work's Chaos

  1. says:

    Some incredibly useful lessons that I ll carry with me through my working life This book has taught me not only how to better cope with my daily workplace environment, but also how to harness any work situation as a chance to practice mindfulness and learn life lessons I made my own set of cards with the 35 slogans written on them they sit on my desk and I cycle through them, providing a di

  2. says:

    Kind of a Start Where You Are with lojong slogans for embodying your work life with aauthentic presence The slogans serve as concepts to contemplate and work with to transform whatever mind habits you re using to hide, control, escape, etc Work is a mess to remind us that we ll never be able to control or tidy up what happens and expecting otherwise is the source of our frustration and sufferin

  3. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I m not sure how I can learn to be truly mindful and always present, but I ve becomeaware of when I m not whether at work, home, or where ever I am Being present and truly THERE is key and also removing barriers to productivity, creating positive spaces and energies around you, solid work relationships with peers There are so many wonderful nuggets of information and thou

  4. says:

    I dislike self help because it s not really ever much help And this book isn t going to fix your problems More importantly, it can help reframe problems as Just the way things are I rage against what I consider stupidity or inefficieny or reinventing the wheel Carroll s slogans help me re evaluate my own interpretation I m not in a position to change the system, so being angry doesn t do me any good Bu

  5. says:

    It slike 35 rules to live and prosper, I wouldn t call it a guide to mindfulness or meditation But it s still very enjoying, stories are told well and they are quite interesting If you want to slow things down and take back control of your life, this book may actually help you in getting back on track.

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  7. says:

    Awake at work offers a fresh perspective after spending some time in an office environment It brings a good structure to reflect on things happening at the office or any kind of work really The 35 principles that the book offers are good to write on cards and come back regularly until they become our way of doing things naturally.

  8. says:

    I really liked this book and I am keeping it in my collection to go back to and reference I found very helpful and insightful.

  9. says:

    I enjoyed this book and give it a high rating even though I felt the tone to be bit preachy, I guess this is expected considering the subject and premise This author has a fresh, creative application of buddhist mindfulness to contemporary workplace relationships While Mr Carroll lacks much of his mentor, Chogyam Trungpa s earthy humor, the writing is clear and easy to understand with simple explanations for the six confu

  10. says:

    I read this as part of the 2015 reading challenge a nonfiction book I have read many books on buddhism and a handful of books regarding the integration of buddhist principles at work and this is by far the best work one The book is divided into 4 overarching concepts and then many essays on individual principles within the concept I read through the book reading an essay a day and found this was a good pace The author does an

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About the Author: Michael Carroll

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name. Michael Carroll is the founding director of Awake at Work AAW Associates, a consulting group that works with organizations and individuals to help them rediscover balance and well being while pursuing professional success For over two decades Carroll worked as a human resources professional, holding executive positions at Shearson Lehman Brothers, Paine Webber, Simon Schuster, and the Walt Disney Company He is a longtime student of Buddhism and an authorized teacher in the lineage of the Tibetan meditation master Ch gyam Trungpa Michael continues to work in corporate settings and has taught mindfulness meditation at the New York Open Center, the Omega Institute assisting Pema Ch dr n , and the Wharton School of Business.