Every day, millions of people go to work seeking fulfillment and meaning in the work they do. However, many people feel undervalued, face boring tasks, or have difficulty focusing on what needs to be done. In Real Happiness at Work, the author describes meditation as a means of attaining happiness and finding a sense of accomplishment and achievement at work.

Whether you are experienced in meditation or new to the practice, this book offers a path to bring the practice to your work. Each chapter provides meditations aimed at one of the 8 pillars of happiness in the workplace. These pillars are about balance, concentration and focus, compassion, resilience, communication and connection, integrity, meaning, and an open awareness of the big picture.

Given the highly stressful health care environment, employing strategies to keep our focus, compassion, and resilience can help us provide excellent care to our patients and improve...

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