One Minute Meditations at Work

365 Days of Inspiration on the Job

by Tom Zender & With Joan Borysenko Ph.D.

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/31/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 252
ISBN : 9781452541402
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 252
ISBN : 9781452541464
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 252
ISBN : 9781452541419

About the Book

About the Book

 An increasing number of working people at all levels are turning to spirituality to find answers, comfort and meaning in their careers, jobs and work. Concerns about the economy, job losses and job stress appear in the media – and in private conversations at home and at work.

 One-Minute Meditations at Work brings a new spiritual awareness into the workplace, while raising the consciousness and confidence of people at work, their organizations and the economy. The result is a more purposeful and fulfilling working life with less stress and more success – for anyone.

 In a convenient format, One-Minute Meditations at Work provides daily spiritual and inspirational messages for working people of all faiths. Each one-minute reading focuses on a motivating word for the day, plus a supporting affirmation, a meaningful meditation and a relevant quotation by someone from history, the arts, sports, government, business and others.

 The book reflects the author’s direct experience as a successful corporate executive, a productive worker, and the leader of a global nondenominational spiritual movement. He has personally written and used these meditations for years as a foundation for inspiration in his own daily work.

Tranquility of thoughts and stillness of spirit during times of work are priceless gift s for readers of this inspirational book.

 You can start reading today because One-Minute Meditations at Work is timeless – the meditations are uplifting every day of every year.


About the Author

Tom Zender is a bestselling author, successful business executive, recognized spiritual leader, and lifelong worker. He held management positions at General Electric and Honeywell, was a senior vice president in publicly held corporations, and was the CEO of a global trans-denominational spiritual movement. His website is