This audiobook is a wonderful way for listeners to turn inward and gain power from nourishing their spiritual life. Author and narrator Guy Finley points out that a productive outer life can be supported and enhanced by a productive inner life. The audio, part of a series called Secrets of Being Unstoppable, includes Finley's expert information the nature of spiritual vitality as it relates to common problems like anxiety and boredom. Finley also fills the audio with motivational anecdotes, all relayed in his own excitable, yet dependable, conversational style.
But what if there was a way to transform our work into our fun? What if there was a way to make every moment of the day and night productive? What if there was a way to work more, laugh more, and love more, all without carrying the dark burden of stress around on our shoulders?
In 10 Traits of Spiritually Productive People, Guy Finley illuminates this "higher way" of greater inner productivity and presents special "teaching stories" and exercises to help us begin living happier, more productive lives. You'll learn how to:
The more productive we are inwardly, the greater becomes our outer productivity. As anger, stress, anxiety, fear, and worry live less and less in our heart, clarity, quietude, and a sharp mind become our new and constant companions. The ideas of peace and productivity that seem to oppose each other in the busy exterior world merge together into an unstoppable energetic force within the understanding of our higher mind. Don't miss your chance to discover the kind of life very few men and women ever find.
©2004 Guy Finley; (P)2004 Life of Learning Foundation
"Guy Finley's books are essential guides for positive living and achieving your maximum potential." (Suzanne Somers)
Some of the information may not be new however the points and content makes this recording a wonderful reminder on all counts. It's structure and content is clear, logical and very well supported by examples, anecdotes and the occasional humorous content. Sometimes the presenter's style seems to be overly effortful and emphatic about points that don't need the drama (reminiscent of Anthony Robbins.) I did enjoy the material and it left me with much to reflect upon and watch for and/or apply in life. I will listen to it again and will share it as a resource for clients. A good work giving good value for money in both presentation and content.
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