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Mindful Work Bücher: Flow von Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Flow

Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
The Psychology of Optimal Experience
4.4 (945 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Flow?

Flow (1990) explores how we can experience enjoyment in our lives by controlling our attention and strengthening our resolve. This is achieved by being immersed in an activity or subject that makes us neither anxious (if it’s too hard), nor bored (if it’s too easy). In this “flow state” we lose our self-consciousness, selfishness and sense of time. Using goal-setting and immediate feedback, we can achieve a state of flow that improves our relationship with work, increases our self-worth and gives our lives meaning.

Wer Flow lesen sollte

  • Anyone who wants to be more engaged with their relationships, their work or the world
  • Anyone aiming to rise out of mediocrity and gain mastery over something
  • Anyone who wants to know how their health can be improved by ancient wisdom and diverse cultures

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Mindful Work Bücher: Essentialism von Greg McKeown

Essentialism

Greg McKeown
4.5 (1.002 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Essentialism?

Essentialism (2014) teaches you how to do better by doing less. By offering practical solutions for how to get your priorities straight, Essentialism helps you to eliminate all of the junk in your routine that’s keeping you from being truly productive and fulfilled.

Wer Essentialism lesen sollte

  • Anyone who thinks that they are far too busy without being productive
  • Anyone who feels like there is never enough time
  • Anyone having a hard time identifying his or her priorities in life

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Mindful Work Bücher: Deep Work von Cal Newport

Deep Work

Cal Newport
Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World
4.3 (2.174 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Deep Work?

Deep Work (2016) is all about how the rise of technology has wrecked our ability to concentrate deeply on tasks – and how to overcome this blockade. These blinks illustrate different strategies that can help you improve the output of your work and get the most out of your free time.

Wer Deep Work lesen sollte

  • Anyone trying to concentrate on cognitively demanding tasks
  • People whose days are consumed by email, social media and technology
  • Workers interested in learning tools to enhance their productivity

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Mindful Work Bücher: 18 Minutes von Peter Bregman

18 Minutes

Peter Bregman
Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done
3.8 (331 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in 18 Minutes?

18 Minutes (2011) is a helpful guide to getting things done by focusing on meaningful work, reaching goals and preventing distractions. These blinks will show how to identify the kind of work that is right for you and how to stay on track and hit your targets.

Wer 18 Minutes lesen sollte

  • People who want to get things done
  • Anyone feeling overwhelmed with work
  • Anyone searching for happiness and meaning in their lives

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Mindful Work Bücher: No Hard Feelings von Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy

No Hard Feelings

Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy
The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work
4.3 (151 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in No Hard Feelings?

No Hard Feelings (2018) is a guide to understanding, expressing and managing your emotions in the context of your working life. All too often, we buy into the idea that emotions don’t belong in the workplace. But the reality is that your work life is full of emotion. From feeling frustrated with irritating colleagues to the misery of being unmotivated, these blinks are a practical guide to help you navigate how you feel about work.

Wer No Hard Feelings lesen sollte

  • People who’d like a little guidance on managing emotions in the workplace
  • Employees who are frustrated, angry, stressed or nervous at work
  • Leaders who’d like to build a safe and productive working environment for their teams

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Mindful Work Bücher: Do Breathe von Michael Townsend Williams

Do Breathe

Michael Townsend Williams
Calm Your Mind. Find Focus. Get Stuff Done.
4.5 (586 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Do Breathe?

Do/Breathe (2015) is a calming antidote to the stressors of contemporary life, offering a simple guide to cultivating balance, honing focus, and learning to be present. Do/Breathe takes you right back to life’s basics – like breathing, eating, and sleeping – to show how adjusting fundamental practices, habits, and mindsets can produce positive, lasting change in your life. 

Wer Do Breathe lesen sollte

  • Busy professionals who never seem to reach the end of their to-do lists
  • Dreamers whose fear holds them back from chasing their goals
  • Multitaskers who want to juggle their roles and responsibilities without losing equilibrium

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Refusal of Work von David Frayne

The Refusal of Work

David Frayne
The Theory and Practice of Resistance to Work
4.5 (73 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Refusal of Work?

The Refusal of Work (2015) is a critical look at the way our society is structured around work. Given the fact that 40 hours of work per week makes many of us exhausted, irritable, and actually ill, it doesn’t seem right that it’s the only way we can access necessities like income, social acceptance, and a sense of belonging. Author David Frayne engages with the theory and practice of resisting the way we are expected to work, invoking critical thinkers and interviews with people who have reduced their hours, or given up working altogether.

Wer The Refusal of Work lesen sollte

  • People who spend their days at work fantasizing about starting a business or changing careers 
  • Those who miss the freedom they had at university to organize their own time 
  • Workers for whom the Sunday Scaries are starting to feel like a terminal illness

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Mindful Work Bücher: Making Work Human von Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine

Making Work Human

Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine
How Human-Centered Companies are Changing the Future of Work and the World
4.4 (52 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Making Work Human?

Making Work Human (2020) is a roadmap for building the workplace of the future based on positive human values such as community, connection, and belonging. Drawing on a vast amount of data and using deep analytics, the pioneers of social recognition company Workhuman explain how a work culture of gratitude makes people happier and healthier while boosting productivity and performance.

Wer Making Work Human lesen sollte

  • HR professionals interested in new management approaches
  • Business owners looking to boost productivity and innovation in their companies
  • Those curious about the future of work

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Mindful Work Bücher: What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021 von Richard N. Bolles with Katharine Brooks

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021

Richard N. Bolles with Katharine Brooks
Your Guide to a Lifetime of Meaningful Work and Career Success
4.3 (124 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021?

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021 (2021) is a fresh edition of a book that’s widely regarded as the job-hunter’s bible. It’s packed with classic exercises and time-tested strategies that empower prospective employees to find, and secure, the role they want. This new edition contains essential updates that speak to the contemporary job market.

Wer What Color Is Your Parachute? 2021 lesen sollte

  • Job-seekers wondering if they’ll ever land a coveted role
  • Fed-up employees who are ready to take on a new career challenge
  • Prospective entrepreneurs who need a kick start

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Mindful Work Bücher: Noise von Joseph McCormack

Noise

Joseph McCormack
Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus
4.4 (124 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Noise?

Noise (2019) is an antidote to our distracted times. In an age of shrinking attention spans and divided focus, it shows us how to reclaim our natural powers of concentration.

Wer Noise lesen sollte

  • Tech addicts trying to break their bad habits
  • Procrastinators who need to rediscover their ability to focus
  • Leaders interested in distraction-proof communication

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Mindful Work Bücher: Kaizen von Sarah Harvey

Kaizen

Sarah Harvey
The Japanese Method for Transforming Habits, One Small Step at a Time
4.6 (675 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Kaizen?

Kaizen (2019) is a guide to the improvement philosophy known as kaizen, which encourages taking small steps to complete ambitious goals. Already well established in the world of business and sports, this method can also be applied to personal development. Using practical examples, this guide explains how to take a kaizen approach to setting goals that’ll improve health, relationships, money, and work.

Wer Kaizen lesen sollte

  • Anyone trying to overcome a habit or take up a new challenge
  • Anybody wishing to improve an aspect of their life
  • Anyone interested in Japanese culture and philosophies

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Mindful Work Bücher: Goals! von Brian Tracy

Goals!

Brian Tracy
How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible
4.7 (662 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Goals!?

Goals! (2003) explores the power of goal-setting. It outlines tips and techniques for achieving your most important aims in life and examines the link between goal-setting and success.

Wer Goals! lesen sollte

  • Anyone wanting to achieve more in life
  • Entrepreneurs looking for inspiration
  • Procrastinators hoping to get more done

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Mindful Work Bücher: You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake!  von Olivier Sibony

You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake!

Olivier Sibony
How Biases Distort Decision-Making – and What You Can Do To Fight Them
4.3 (112 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! ?

You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! (2020) deals with the negative but often predictable effects that cognitive biases have on high-stakes decisions. Far from claiming that biases can be eliminated altogether, it demonstrates how every decision is colored by bias and outlines specific techniques that’ll help you make more rational, fact-based business decisions.

Wer You’re About to Make a Terrible Mistake! lesen sollte

  • Businesspeople who have to make frequent decisions
  • Anyone interested in business strategy and behavioral economics
  • Fans of Daniel Kahneman or Malcolm Gladwell

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Mindful Work Bücher: Win at Work and Succeed at Life von Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller

Win at Work and Succeed at Life

Michael Hyatt and Megan Hyatt Miller
5 Principles to Free Yourself from the Cult of Overwork
4.4 (162 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Win at Work and Succeed at Life?

Win at Work and Succeed at Life (2021) explores the pitfalls of our long-hours work culture. It outlines how professionals can reclaim their personal lives and achieve a better work-life balance.

Wer Win at Work and Succeed at Life lesen sollte

  • Anyone struggling with burnout
  • Stressed-out professionals seeking balance
  • People managers wanting to boost employee engagement

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Mindful Work Bücher: All Work No Play von Dale Sidebottom

All Work No Play

Dale Sidebottom
A Surprising Guide to Feeling More Mindful, Grateful and Cheerful
4.4 (388 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in All Work No Play?

All Work No Play (2021) teaches tricks and tips for getting more happiness and joy from everyday life. This fun and practical handbook draws on play-based mindfulness strategies designed to help you improve relationships, boost mental well-being, and reconnect with your inner child. 

Wer All Work No Play lesen sollte

  • People who want more joy from daily life
  • Anyone looking for new mindfulness strategies
  • Tired workers striving for balance

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Mindful Work Bücher: Employee to Entrepreneur von Steve Glaveski

Employee to Entrepreneur

Steve Glaveski
How to Earn Your Freedom and Do Work that Matters
4.5 (356 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Employee to Entrepreneur?

Employee to Entrepreneur (2018) demonstrates how to transition from the mentality of an employee to that of an entrepreneur. It shows how you can pursue purpose in your work while avoiding the pitfalls that most first-time entrepreneurs encounter. With practical strategies for launching and testing your ideas, this exploration of the entrepreneurial mindset proves that anyone can find fulfillment in work and in life when equipped with the right tools and attitude.

Wer Employee to Entrepreneur lesen sollte

  • Unsatisfied employees who want to quit their day job and start a business
  • New entrepreneurs seeking practical advice on how to launch a startup
  • Anyone who wishes to find more fulfillment in their work

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Mindful Work Bücher: A World Without Email von Cal Newport

A World Without Email

Cal Newport
Reimagining Work in an Age of Communication Overload
4.4 (289 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in A World Without Email?

A World Without Email (2021) presents a bold reimagining of the workplace, one in which the days of email and instant messaging are a thing of the past. It argues that while email may seem like an integral part of modern knowledge work, it’s actually making everyone less productive and less focused, not to mention miserable. The solution will require a major paradigm shift –⁠ but it will be well worth the effort.

Wer A World Without Email lesen sollte

  • Business leaders who want to root out inefficiencies in their organizations
  • Employees frustrated with the workplace culture of constant communication
  • Freelancers and entrepreneurs looking to improve their workflow

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Mindful Work Bücher: Real Change von Sharon Salzberg

Real Change

Sharon Salzberg
Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and the World
3.9 (243 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Real Change?

Real Change (2020) is a guide to building a better world through cultivating inner strength. This manual teaches how meditation and mindfulness are key to navigating the stresses and pressures of modern life.

Wer Real Change lesen sollte

  • Do-gooders burnt out from the struggle
  • Stressed caregivers looking for a break
  • Anyone interested in the benefits of meditation

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Mindful Work Bücher: How to Thrive in the Virtual Workplace von Robert Glazer with Mick Sloan

How to Thrive in the Virtual Workplace

Robert Glazer with Mick Sloan
Simple and Effective Tips for Successful, Productive and Empowered Remote Work
4.2 (143 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Thrive in the Virtual Workplace?

How to Thrive in the Virtual Workplace (2021) is a guide to working remotely. With tips for both organizations and individuals, it covers everything from the benefits of remote work to steps for implementing it successfully, and the tools and tricks that make it easy.

Wer How to Thrive in the Virtual Workplace lesen sollte

  • Organizational leaders interested in going remote
  • Employees who want a fulfilling remote experience
  • People who are curious about the future of work

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Long-Distance Teammate von Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel

The Long-Distance Teammate

Kevin Eikenberry and Wayne Turmel
Stay Engaged and Connected While Working Anywhere
4.3 (127 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Long-Distance Teammate?

The Long-Distance Teammate: Stay Engaged and Connected While Working Anywhere (2021) is a guide to being a quality teammate while working remotely. It helps you navigate all the interpersonal issues that pop up when you’re no longer sharing an office with your coworkers, and gives advice on how to build connections with people you haven’t seen.

Wer The Long-Distance Teammate lesen sollte

  • Anyone working remotely
  • Workers unsure where they fit in
  • People seeking a better work-life balance

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Mindful Work Bücher: Bring Your Human to Work von Erica Keswin

Bring Your Human to Work

Erica Keswin
10 Surefire Ways to Design a Workplace That Is Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World
4.2 (81 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Bring Your Human to Work?

Bring Your Human to Work (2018) explores how organizations can put human connection at the center of their business. It outlines the benefits, both financial and social, of encouraging better communication and deeper relationships between coworkers. 

Wer Bring Your Human to Work lesen sollte

  • Anyone seeking a greater connection with their coworkers
  • Business leaders looking for fresh insights
  • Managers wanting to inspire their direct reports

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Work-Life Balance Myth von David J. McNeff

The Work-Life Balance Myth

David J. McNeff
Rethinking Your Optimal Balance for Success
4.5 (500 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Work-Life Balance Myth?

The Work-Life Balance Myth (2021) is a guide to managing stress and creating harmony across the key areas in your life using the Seven-Slice Method. Rather than divide your waking hours between work and life, the Seven-Slice Method recontextualizes life into seven key areas and demonstrates how spending time in each of them every day can help you overcome pressure and find peace.

Wer The Work-Life Balance Myth lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking ways to manage stress
  • Parents struggling to juggle family and work life
  • Those who want more harmony in their lives

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Purpose Myth von Charlotte Cramer

The Purpose Myth

Charlotte Cramer
Change the World, Not Your Job
4.3 (234 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Purpose Myth?

The Purpose Myth (2020) dispels the idea that what you do to earn a living should also be your life’s driving purpose. Although many job offers are posted as fulfilling opportunities, the reality of office life remains banal. This book offers clear guidance on how to find the joy and satisfaction that’s too often lacking at work. 

Wer The Purpose Myth lesen sollte

  • People looking to put some purpose back into their lives
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs on the hunt for inspiration
  • Anyone who finds their day job unfulfilling

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Mindful Work Bücher: Urgent! von Dermot Crowley

Urgent!

Dermot Crowley
Strategies to Control Urgency, Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity
4.3 (228 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Urgent!?

Urgent! (2021) is your guide to getting the right things done at the right time. In our fast-paced world, it’s easy to fall into the urgency trap – and keeping up with the constant demands often feels impossible. But by learning to consciously replace reactive behaviors with proactive ones, you can reduce stress and do deeper, more effective work.

Wer Urgent! lesen sollte

  • Savvy leaders who want to increase team productivity
  • Frazzled workers craving less stress – and less time at the desk
  • Optimizers seeking efficiency hacks for a better work-life balance

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Mindful Work Bücher: How to Fix Meetings von Graham Allcott and Hayley Watts

How to Fix Meetings

Graham Allcott and Hayley Watts
Meet Less, Focus on Outcomes and Get Stuff Done
4.4 (210 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Fix Meetings?

How to Fix Meetings (2021) is a guide for turning long and ineffective meetings into well-designed sessions that encourage collaboration and produce results. From defining a meeting’s purpose to helping people get started on their tasks, How to Fix Meetings outlines the best ways to get the most out of any meeting.

Wer How to Fix Meetings lesen sollte

  • Leaders who want to change their organizations’ meeting culture 
  • Facilitators who want to run better meetings
  • Anyone fed up with ineffective meetings

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Mindful Work Bücher: Effortless von Greg McKeown

Effortless

Greg McKeown
Make It Easy to Get the Right Things Done
4.3 (467 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Effortless?

Effortless (2021) challenges the idea that achieving anything worthwhile means overexerting ourselves. This easy-to-follow guide breaks down how to make tasks and projects feel easy, actions we can take to maximize our efforts, and techniques for increasing outputs while keeping our inputs low.

Wer Effortless lesen sollte

  • Workaholics looking for a better way
  • Leaders who want their teams to work smarter
  • Students under pressure to overachieve

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Burnout Fix von Jacinta M. Jiménez

The Burnout Fix

Jacinta M. Jiménez
Overcome Overwhelm, Beat Busy, and Sustain Success in the New World of Work
4.4 (273 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Burnout Fix?

The Burnout Fix (2021) is a practical guide to thriving in the modern workplace. Today’s world of work is characterized by uncertainty, change, and a blurring of lines between home and the office. That’s why it’s essential that employees learn to set healthy boundaries, develop core skills, and make choices that prioritize their well-being. 

Wer The Burnout Fix lesen sollte

  • Innovative leaders who want to create thriving workplaces
  • Exhausted executives looking to regain passion and pleasure in their work
  • Psychology buffs striving to understand the causes of burnout

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Mindful Work Bücher: Permission to Glow von Kristoffer Carter

Permission to Glow

Kristoffer Carter
A Spiritual Guide to Epic Leadership
4.3 (261 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Permission to Glow?

Permission to Glow (2021) provides managers with a roadmap to lead with intention and purpose so that everyone can reach their full potential. By embracing its four permissions, it shows how leaders can maximize outcomes and personal successes by first tapping into their own power and then guiding others to do the same.

Wer Permission to Glow lesen sollte

  • Leaders looking for meaning and fulfillment
  • Managers wanting to champion the potential of others
  • Seekers of inner peace

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Mindful Work Bücher: Meditation von Osho

Meditation

Osho
The First and Last Freedom
4.3 (261 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Meditation?

Meditation (1988) provides a valuable overview of Osho meditations – an approach to meditation that emphasizes awareness and uses movement as a way of preparing the mind and body. It provides the basic principles behind Osho meditation, as well as a few foundational techniques to get you started.

Wer Meditation lesen sollte

  • Anyone interested in meditation
  • Fans of the Wild Wild Country Netflix series
  • People looking to become more aware and more relaxed

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Mindful Work Bücher: Wellbeing at Work von Jim Clifton and Jim Harter

Wellbeing at Work

Jim Clifton and Jim Harter
How to Build Resilient and Thriving Teams
4.3 (234 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Wellbeing at Work?

Wellbeing at Work (2021) explores how the different spheres of our lives contribute to our overall sense of well-being. It also outlines how leaders can positively impact their employees’ well-being, and sheds light on the link between employee well-being and organizational success. 

Wer Wellbeing at Work lesen sollte

  • Stressed-out workers
  • Managers learning how to lead in a pandemic
  • Wellness enthusiasts looking for inspiration

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Mindful Work Bücher: A Minute to Think von Juliet Funt

A Minute to Think

Juliet Funt
Reclaim Creativity, Conquer Busyness, and Do Your Best Work
4.5 (766 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in A Minute to Think?

A Minute to Think (2021) explores how busyness is harming our productivity – and why it's so important to take regular pauses. It reveals the mental and economic costs associated with our hectic modern working environments and explains how we can reclaim our time. 

Wer A Minute to Think lesen sollte

  • Busy professionals hoping to claw back some me-time
  • Leaders seeking to build a more creative working environment
  • Managers wanting to improve their team’s well-being

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Mindful Work Bücher: Shapers von Jonas Altman

Shapers

Jonas Altman
Reinvent the Way You Work and Change the Future
4.6 (42 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Shapers?

Shapers (2020) chronicles how technological and organizational shifts have transformed our workplaces. Most importantly, it outlines the key competencies that modern organizations and workers should develop to thrive in a world of uncertainty and disruption.

Wer Shapers lesen sollte

  • Entrepreneurs looking for advice on creating sustainable, innovative companies
  • Employees who are fed up with their dead-end jobs
  • Managers who want to learn how to lead

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Mindful Work Bücher: How to Be a Productivity Ninja von Graham Allcott

How to Be a Productivity Ninja

Graham Allcott
Worry Less, Achieve More and Love What You Do
4.4 (634 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Be a Productivity Ninja?

How to Be a Productivity Ninja (2014) transforms old-school time-management techniques and productivity advice into a twenty-first century handbook on how to work smarter – not harder. Adapted to the realities of contemporary work and life, it’s filled with practical guidance and exercises for boosting productivity.

Wer How to Be a Productivity Ninja lesen sollte

  • Chronic procrastinators who’d like to get more done
  • Habitual multitaskers who can’t seem to follow through
  • Anyone who’s scared of their overflowing inbox or novel-length to-do list

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Mindful Work Bücher: Positively Energizing Leadership von Kim Cameron

Positively Energizing Leadership

Kim Cameron
Virtuous Actions and Relationships That Create High Performance
4.6 (362 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Positively Energizing Leadership?

Positively Energizing Leadership (2022) offers organization leaders and workers a practical guide to understanding and harnessing the power of positively energizing characteristics and interpersonal approaches. With empirical data and how-to advice, it aims to boost innovation, profits, and compassion in the workplace and at home. 

Wer Positively Energizing Leadership lesen sollte

  • Anyone working as part of a team 
  • Managers who want to increase interpersonal richness in their organization 
  • Leaders looking for strategies to deal with a “black hole” of a worker 

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Mindful Work Bücher: Conversations Worth Having von Jackie Stavros and Cheri Torres

Conversations Worth Having

Jackie Stavros and Cheri Torres
Using Appreciative Inquiry to Fuel Productive and Meaningful Engagement
4.7 (578 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Conversations Worth Having?

Conversations Worth Having (2018) looks at the power of conversation in our lives and what we can do to communicate more productively at work, in our relationships, and in the community. Drawing on real-life stories and scientifically based theories, it illustrates how we can improve organizations and lives using the principle of Appreciative Inquiry – effective conversation through positive perspective and asking the right questions.

Wer Conversations Worth Having lesen sollte

  • Leaders who want to engage with their teams for the best results
  • Parents and teachers who want to see their children flourish
  • Anyone looking to improve the tone and direction of their conversations

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Mindful Work Bücher: Stolen Focus von Johann Hari

Stolen Focus

Johann Hari
Why You Can't Pay Attention – and How to Think Deeply Again
4.5 (1.836 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Stolen Focus?

Stolen Focus (2022) begins with author Johann Hari experiencing a common problem: his attention span is diminishing. He can’t seem to focus on much outside of Twitter and online news. Over three years, Hari tries to identify the root causes of this problem. He uncovers a collective attention crisis that’s affecting the entire globe. From social media to the culture of productivity, Hari identifies the culprits behind our stolen focus – and wonders if, and how, we can claim it back.

Wer Stolen Focus lesen sollte

  • Anyone who feels like they just can’t concentrate the way they used to
  • Multitaskers with brimming to-do lists who still feel like they don’t get much done
  • Anyone scrolling through social media while they’re reading this!

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Procrastination Cure von Jeffery Combs

The Procrastination Cure

Jeffery Combs
7 Steps to Stop Putting Life Off
4.5 (659 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Procrastination Cure?

The Procrastination Cure is a practical and motivational guide to overcoming procrastination. It offers strategies and personal insights to diagnose and address the root causes of this behavior, enabling readers to balance productivity and relaxation without guilt.

Wer The Procrastination Cure lesen sollte

  • Anyone who struggles with procrastination
  • People suffering from perfectionism or resistance
  • Anyone willing to introspect and develop self-awareness

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Song of Significance von Seth Godin

The Song of Significance

Seth Godin
A New Manifesto for Teams
4.6 (258 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Song of Significance?

The Song of Significance (2023) is business thinker and creativity expert Seth Godin’s manifesto for leveraging teamwork and collaboration to build radically meaningful workplaces. Traditional models of work are under threat from encroaching AI technologies – why not dismantle them altogether, Godin asks, and build something better in their place? 

Wer The Song of Significance lesen sollte

  • Employees feeling disillusioned by the 9-to-5 grind
  • Bosses who want to inspire their teams but don’t know how
  • Thoseready to carve out space for significance in their professional lives

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Search von Bruce Feiler

The Search

Bruce Feiler
Finding Meaningful Work in a Post-Career World
3.9 (354 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Search?

The Search (2023) provides a roadmap to finding meaningful work. It asks insightful questions and provides many real-life examples of people who, freed from outdated work scripts, have transformed their lives and written their own stories of work and success.

Wer The Search lesen sollte

  • Professionals who are looking for a “career” change
  • Individuals going through a transitional phase and seeking direction
  • Those looking for a way to achieve a better work-life balance

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Good Enough Job von Simone Stolzoff

The Good Enough Job

Simone Stolzoff
Reclaiming Life from Work
4.1 (254 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Good Enough Job?

The Good Enough Job (2023) is a radical guide to reclaiming your life beyond the corporate walls. Through a series of anecdotes and actionable advice, you’ll learn to break free from burnout and find true work-life balance. 

Wer The Good Enough Job lesen sollte

  • Recovering workaholics
  • People healing from burnout spells
  • Anyone fighting against pointless corporate restraints

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Mindful Work Bücher: Happy Mind, Happy Life von Rangan Chatterjee

Happy Mind, Happy Life

Rangan Chatterjee
The New Science of Mental Well-Being
4.5 (292 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Happy Mind, Happy Life?

Happy Mind, Happy Life (2022) busts the age-old myth that happiness is a by-product of wealth or success. Instead, it’s something to cultivate and nurture independent of life’s circumstances.

Wer Happy Mind, Happy Life lesen sollte

  • Frustrated achievers wondering why their hard work isn’t making them happier
  • Those seeking insight into the mind-body health connection
  • Anyone wanting to live with more joy and mindfulness

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Mindful Work Bücher: Mindful Self-Discipline von Giovanni Dienstmann

Mindful Self-Discipline

Giovanni Dienstmann
Living with Purpose and Achieving Your Goals in a World of Distractions
4.5 (574 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Mindful Self-Discipline?

Mindful Self-Discipline (2022) presents a new perspective on self-discipline as a tool for personal empowerment, rather than a set of rigid constraints. It guides us through a transformational journey of harnessing self-discipline, underlining the significance of integrating self-discipline into daily routines to control base instincts, chase higher goals, and design a life that mirrors one’s deepest values and dreams.

Wer Mindful Self-Discipline lesen sollte

  • Mindfulness practitioners who want to enhance discipline
  • Those interested in practical self-improvement strategies
  • Individuals seeking personal growth and improved self-control

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Power of a Graceful Leader von Alexsys Thompson

The Power of a Graceful Leader

Alexsys Thompson
Flow. Integration. Alignment.
4.2 (11 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Power of a Graceful Leader?

The Power of a Graceful Leader (2021) offers an immersive journey into a radical reimagination of your leadership approach. Focusing on aligning your core values with your actions, it provides insightful steps for self-evaluation and reflection, demonstrating how to handle any situation with grace. As you traverse this transformative path, you'll discover the secret ingredient for sustained happiness, fulfilling work, and a profound impact on the world.

Wer The Power of a Graceful Leader lesen sollte

  • Aspiring leaders seeking authentic leadership styles
  • Professionals struggling with work-life harmony
  • Individuals interested in personal growth and self-awareness

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Purpose Effect von Dan Pontefract

The Purpose Effect

Dan Pontefract
Building Meaning in Yourself, Your Role, and Your Organization
4.2 (179 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Purpose Effect?

The Purpose Effect (2016) combines motivational psychology, organizational culture, and the pursuit of meaning to explore how shared purpose can change the world. What happens when company and employee goals align? How can we foster a culture where we pursue work that really has an impact? This deep-dive is your guide to finding the sweet spot of shared purpose.

Wer The Purpose Effect lesen sollte

  • Leaders wanting to build meaningful businesses
  • Employees seeking purpose in their career
  • Managers and coaches looking to optimize performance

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Stress Prescription von Elissa Epel

The Stress Prescription

Elissa Epel
7 Days to More Joy and Ease
4.6 (86 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Stress Prescription?

The Stress Prescription (2022) offers a practical seven-day guide to reducing anxiety and cultivating joy. Combining scientific research with accessible advice, it leads readers through techniques like mindfulness, gratitude, and harnessing hormetic stress to build resilience and embrace ease. With a different empowering theme each day, it provides a roadmap to a calmer, more purposeful life.

Wer The Stress Prescription lesen sollte

  • Working professionals 
  • People going through a stressful period
  • Anyone looking to build resilience to stress

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Mindful Work Bücher: Awakening Your Ikigai von Ken Mogi

Awakening Your Ikigai

Ken Mogi
How the Japanese Wake Up to Joy and Purpose Every Day
4.5 (949 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Awakening Your Ikigai?

Awakening Your Ikigai (2018) introduces the Japanese concept of ikigai or “life’s purpose,” and explains how uncovering and nurturing ikigai can catalyze a life filled with purpose and meaning.

Wer Awakening Your Ikigai lesen sollte

  • Serial snooze-button users who want to wake up feeling inspired
  • Workers who feel they’re just going through the motions
  • Anyone interested in uncovering their higher calling

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Mindful Work Bücher: Humanocracy von Gary Hamel & Michele Zanini

Humanocracy

Gary Hamel & Michele Zanini
Creating Organizations As Amazing As the People Inside Them
3.3 (39 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Humanocracy?

Humanocracy (2020) explores the constraints of traditional bureaucratic organizational structures and proposes a shift toward more human-centric models. Based on the idea that bureaucracies stifle innovation and alienate employees, it argues for a system that unleashes human potential and creativity. Through real-world examples and strategies, it guides organizations in restructuring to foster empowerment, adaptability, and resilience.

Wer Humanocracy lesen sollte

  • Leaders looking to transform organizational cultures and structures for increased innovation and adaptability
  • HR professionals wanting to integrate employee-centric policies and practices for enhanced workplace satisfaction and productivity
  • Business students seeking to understand new organizational models and management strategies

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Practice of Adaptive Leadership von Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership

Ronald Heifetz, Alexander Grashow & Marty Linsky
Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World
3.2 (209 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Practice of Adaptive Leadership?

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership (2009) demonstrates how leaders can mobilize people to tackle tough challenges and thrive in the face of harsh realities that demand new skills and responses. It provides a practical framework for diagnosing situations, distinguishing between technical problems and adaptive challenges, and avoiding common leadership pitfalls that come with over-dependence on authority.

Wer The Practice of Adaptive Leadership lesen sollte

  • Developing Leaders
  • Managers interested in mobilizing people 
  • People facing new challenges

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Mindful Work Bücher: The Mind of the Leader von Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter

The Mind of the Leader

Rasmus Hougaard & Jacqueline Carter
How to Lead Yourself, Your People, and Your Organization for Extraordinary Results
4.2 (183 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in The Mind of the Leader?

The Mind of the Leader (2018) explores how leaders can cultivate critical inner capacities like mindfulness, selflessness, and compassion to become more effective guides. Supported by research conducted by The Potential Project, it draws on psychology, neuroscience, and case studies of global organizations to provide science-based tools for strengthening these core leadership skills. 

Wer The Mind of the Leader lesen sollte

  • Managers looking to improve their leadership skills
  • Emerging leaders 
  • Entrepreneurs and founders wanting to develop a purpose-based leadership approach

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Mindful Work Bücher: Finding Clarity von Marc Lesser

Finding Clarity

Marc Lesser
How Compassionate Accountability Builds Vibrant Relationships, Thriving Workplaces, and Meaningful Lives
4.4 (206 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Finding Clarity?

Finding Clarity (2023) offers insight into developing more fulfilling personal and professional relationships through the practice of compassionate accountability. It delves into seven strategies for enhancing communication and understanding in relationships, to foster environments that are both supportive and productive. 

Wer Finding Clarity lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking improved workplace communication and leadership skills
  • Individuals looking to enhance personal relationship dynamics
  • Anyone interested in mindfulness and emotional intelligence development

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Mindful Work Bücher: Decisions about Decisions von Cass R. Sunstein

Decisions about Decisions

Cass R. Sunstein
Practical Reason in Ordinary Life
4.0 (263 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Decisions about Decisions?

Decisions About Decisions (2023) digs into the delicate process of how people make decisions big and small. It reveals the emotional and cognitive mechanisms hidden beneath decision-making methods and the effects of various strategies, showing how our judgments impact our ideas, values, and behaviors.

Wer Decisions about Decisions lesen sollte

  • Strategic leaders
  • Curious self-improvers
  • People interested in behavioral economics

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Mindful Work Bücher: How to Win at Chess von Levy Rozman

How to Win at Chess

Levy Rozman
The Ultimate Guide for Beginners and Beyond
3.7 (35 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in How to Win at Chess?

How to Win at Chess (2021) is a comprehensive beginner-oriented guide to the ancient game of chess. Packed with insights into openings, endings, tactics, and strategy, it provides a clear, structured path for players to get to grips with the fundamentals of the game, and build on their skills.

Wer How to Win at Chess lesen sollte

  • Beginners wanting to learn fundamental chess strategies
  • Chess players aiming to improve their tactics and gameplay
  • Fans of GothamChess’s YouTube channel

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Mindful Work Bücher: Mind Shift von Erwin Raphael McManus

Mind Shift

Erwin Raphael McManus
It Doesn't Take a Genius to Think Like One
3.8 (488 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Mind Shift?

Mind Shift (2023) describes how intentionally structuring your mental frameworks is the key to unlocking personal fulfillment and success. It encourages you to make courageous choices and optimize your performance by discarding self-limiting beliefs and actualizing your dreams. 

Wer Mind Shift lesen sollte

  • People seeking inspiration to make changes in their lives
  • Those who feel held back by self-doubt and limiting beliefs
  • Leaders aiming to foster empowering mindsets and greater possibility in their organizations

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Mindful Work Bücher: Building a Non-Anxious Life von John Delony

Building a Non-Anxious Life

John Delony
4.0 (88 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Building a Non-Anxious Life?

Building a Non-Anxious Life (2023) is a straight-talking manual for regaining peace and joy. It offers a six-step roadmap to navigating the stress-inducing modern world with intention and perspective – reminding us that while we might not be able to eliminate anxiety completely, we can reduce it significantly. 

Wer Building a Non-Anxious Life lesen sollte

  • Anyone for whom “stressed” has become the default mode 
  • Individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, or trauma 
  • People who want to improve their health and relationships 

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Mindful Work Bücher: To Hell with the Hustle von Jefferson Bethke

To Hell with the Hustle

Jefferson Bethke
Reclaiming Your Life in an Overworked, Overspent, and Overconnected World
2.9 (21 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in To Hell with the Hustle?

To Hell with the Hustle (2019) examines modern society's obsession with productivity and constant busyness. It advocates for a more intentional and purposeful way of living that rejects the relentless pursuit of hustle culture, instead emphasizing the importance of rest, relationships, and spiritual health.

Wer To Hell with the Hustle lesen sollte

  • Professionals seeking a balanced, less hectic lifestyle
  • Individuals questioning modern productivity and hustle culture
  • Anyone interested in personal and spiritual growth

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Mindful Work Bücher: Dopamine Detox von Thibaut Meurisse

Dopamine Detox

Thibaut Meurisse
A Short Guide to Remove Distractions and Get Your Brain to Do Hard Things
4.1 (49 Rezensionen)
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Worum geht's in Dopamine Detox?

Dopamine Detox (2020) is a concise guide that addresses a prevalent issue in today's distraction-filled world, offering you practical strategies to overcome procrastination and enhance focus. It reveals the impact of excessive dopamine stimulation on your ability to concentrate and tackle demanding tasks. Through a step-by-step approach, it empowers you to implement a dopamine detox in just 48 hours, enabling you to regain control over your attention and pursue your goals with renewed clarity.

Wer Dopamine Detox lesen sollte

  • Chronic procrastinators
  • Goal-setters struggling to find motivation
  • Professionals seeking enhanced productivity methods

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