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Shift the Work - The Revolutionary Science of Moving From Apathetic to All in Using Your Head Heart and Gut - cover

Shift the Work - The Revolutionary Science of Moving From Apathetic to All in Using Your Head Heart and Gut

Joe Mechlinski

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

70% of the American workforce is disengaged.With every tick of the clock, millions of people inch closer to their breaking points—a growing epidemic of apathy and anxiety in the workplace that is affecting life outside of the office. But meaningful work-life integration is possible.In Shift the Work, Joe Mechlinski, the New York Times bestselling author of Grow Regardless, shares his personal journey to find purpose, and how it influenced him to take a deeper dive into the science of human behavior. Inspired by neuroscience research about the connections between the brains in the head, heart, and gut that drive human perspectives and conduct, Joe shares how everyone can re-engage with their work and impact the world.Filled with actionable strategies and inspiring true stories, this indispensable guide motivates readers to seek fulfilling opportunities, reconnect with their passions, and recognize their power to make a difference.
Available since: 04/03/2018.
Print length: 319 pages.

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