Author Chris Edgar was an attorney with a busy career before starting an inner journey toward peace, happiness and spiritual awakening. His new book entitled ,”Inner Productivy-A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work“, is about cultivating what Chris refers to as “inner productivity”–the mental and emotional state that allows you to get the most done and find the most enjoyment in your work.
Inner Productivity-A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work helps the reader develop the mental discipline they need to get the most out of their work. Chris offers techniques that range from meditations and visualizations to forms of conscious breathing to help the reader hold their attention on projects, reconnect with their passion and overcome fears of limiting beliefs.
In our interview together we speak about our own personal fighting and fleeing from our mental and emotional clutter because of the pain associated with it. Chris exposes techniques on how we can be with it and learn to let go.
He speaks about:
- How to enter a “flow” state of effortless attention and efficiency.
- Quiet stray thoughts and feelings that tend to disrupt our focus.
- How to stay connected with our passion and motivation in our work.
- How to transcend fears and limiting beliefs that hold us back from performing at our best.
- How to stimulate our creativity when we are feeling uninspired or mentally blocked.
If you are like most people today who work in a job where we are under the pressure of the “constant doing” and preforming at our highest level, then Inner Productivity-A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work is a must read. Once you pick up this book you won’t want to put it down, for it is going to assist you in finding the inner peace and calm that is so needed when we are under stress and pressure. It will make you more productive, efficient and effective while at the same time keeping you calm in the eye of the storm.
I hope that you enjoy my interview with Chris Edgar, and if you are interested in learning more about Chris please click here to visit his website.
Hi Chris and Creg.
I enjoyed listening to the podcast with my head set on and while listening noticing my body.
I know I hold my breath and I tense my shoulders and my neck somehow.
My body is obviously a good indicator and I will pay more attention to it.
In one of your other podcasts, Chris, you mentioned about checking emails, oops I am observing and noticing this habit which I now can correct.
Thanks for your information so generously given. Love Wilma
Thanks for your wonderful words of acknowledement. I hope that you will visit our website often and also let other know about his great resource.