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  • A Simple Way to Stay Grounded in Stressful Moments | Leah Weiss

    A Simple Way to Stay Grounded in Stressful Moments

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    • By Leah Weiss
    • Narrated By Fleet Cooper
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    Mindfulness should be as much a physical practice as it is a mental one. Given its name, you might think mindfulness is something you do only with your mind. In fact, lots of research, including my own, has shown that paying attention to our bodies is often an easy way into mindfulness and helps us reduce stress while it’s happening.

  • If the Creek Don't Rise | Leah Weiss

    If the Creek Don't Rise

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Leah Weiss
    • Narrated By Kate Forbes, Tom Stechschulte
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    In a North Carolina mountain town filled with moonshine and rotten husbands, Sadie Blue is only the latest girl to face a dead-end future at the mercy of a dangerous drunk. She's been married to Roy Tupkin for 15 days, and she knows now that she should have listened to the folks who said he was trouble. But when a stranger sweeps in and knocks the world off-kilter for everyone in town, Sadie begins to think there might be more to life than being Roy's wife.

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  • How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Leah Weiss
    • Narrated By Caroline Slaughter
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    In today's workplace, the traditional boundaries between "work" and "personal" are neither realistic nor relevant. From millennials seeking employment in the sharing economy to Gen Xers telecommuting to Baby Boomers creating a meaningful second act, the line that separates who we are from the work we do is blurrier than ever. The truth is, we don't show up for our jobs as a portion of ourselves - by necessity, we bring both our hearts and our minds to everything we do. In How We Work, Dr. Leah Weiss explains why this false dichotomy can be destructive.

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