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Special Edition 27 – An Interview with Chris Edgar, author of Inner Productivity explores how to eliminate the mind’s distractions that diminish work productivity, heighten stress, and limit personal happiness. During our discussion, Chris Edgar, author of Inner Productivity: A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work, shares with us his insights and illustrative examples regarding:
- the principle of mindful efficiency
- how mental distractions cause individuals to unknowingly multitask; reducing their work productivity
- practical activities to eliminate one’s internal distractions thereby increasing focus on the task at hand
- steps an individual can take to overcome a creative blankness such as writer’s block
In addition to the outstanding insights Chris shares in Inner Productivity and this special edition podcast are the additional resources accessible from his website at www.InnerProductivity.com. Chris’s book, Inner Productivity, can be purchased by clicking here.
Chris also offers an insightful six part video series on eliminating the inner distractions that limit personal productivity. These include:
- How I Came to This Work (above)
- Why is Inner Productivity Important?
- From “Fight or Flight” to Acceptance
- Dealing with Writers Block
- Disolve Your Distractions
- Focus on Your Contribution
About the Author
Chris Edgar, author of Inner Productivity, is a renowned author, speaker, and personal coach who focuses on helping people follow their true career callings and find more enjoyment and efficiency in what they do. His articles have been published in Balance, Balanced Living, EdgeLife, Mystic Pop, New Age Journal, New Renaissance, Self-Improvement, WellBeing, and Wisdom. To read Chris’s full biography, click here.
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