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Do you feel that there just aren't enough hours in a day? Could you use a little relaxation, without sacrificing productivity? Would you like to feel more """"real""""? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, you'll find the solution in the art of meditation. And the best part, says executive meditation coach Mark Thornton: you can do it """"in a New York minute."""" In Meditation in a New York Minute, Thornton demystifies meditation and makes it accessible to all, as he presents his complete program of quick and effective meditation tools, including nineteen powerful techniques from the world's wisdom traditions distilled into """"micro-doses"""" you can use between business meetings, while commuting, in the shower - whenever you have a free moment.
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Mark Thornton has combined twenty-two years of spiritual seeking with fourteen years work in investment banking. His last post was as a Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for an American investment bank in London. Born to Australian parents in 1965, he was raised in Melbourne, attended a Jesuit school, and has a degree in Economics. He lives in New York and teaches international corporations Eastern relaxation techniques. He is the Project Director for The Global Health Institute, a nonprofit organization that aims to unlock the human value of capital. He directs a project to teach and test the bottom line impact to companies on implementing Eastern techniques to create drive, focus, and productivity.From AudioFile:
Mark Thornton zips through this semiautobiographical meditation training manual with a cheerful Aussie smile in his voice. He attempts to allay listeners' doubts about his credentials while sharing pearls of meditative wisdom--techniques and ideas from a variety of disciplines. Apparently he has hordes of students soaking in his condensed wisdom, but in audiobook form it comes across as scattershot and arbitrary. While listeners may be able to implement some of the centering meditative techniques, the lack of a working structure makes this anything but a calming listen. The hyperbolic title is presumably a publisher's attempt to sell more audiobooks. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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