What does the ancient practice of mindfulness have to do with piles of files: deadline-driven and one heartbeat away from overwhelm?

It shows us how we can cultivate the clarity and well-being that are our birthright, even in the midst of chaos, the high-stakes trade-offs of competing demands, and rapid-fire change in the workplace.

Mindfulness practice trains your attention and orients you to the present moment, non-judgmentally.

Mindfulness in the Workplace: Cultivating Well-Being at Work is available through Amazon and 2nd Tier Publishing, Wimberley, Texas.

Praise for Mindfulness in the Workplace

“Finally! Mindfulness in the Workplace is the book I’ve been searching for. Andrew Safer masterfully combines his extensive mindfulness practice with the realities of today’s work environment. The wisdom in this book is easy to understand and immediately applicable. I wish I had this collection of practical exercises when I was in business school!”–Karn Nichols, executive director, Canadian Mental Health Association Nova Scotia Division

“The workplace definitely needs more mindfulness. Andrew Safer gives us a guide to how to make it happen.”–Scott Shute, former head, mindfulness and compassion, Linked In

“Safer’s survey of how mindfulness is shaping our global workplace is not only clear, thorough and well-written–it’s indispensable for understanding how this ancient wisdom is fostering sanity in our all too often disorienting 21st Century lives!–Michael Carroll, Chief Operating Officer, Global Coaching Alliance and Author, Awake at Work and The Mindful Leader

In the upcoming webinar, Andrew Safer, Founder, Safer Mindfulness Inc. of St. John’s, will introduce the practice of mindfulness, and how it can help us develop a healthy relationship to thoughts, feelings, and emotions, and take charge of anxiety and stress. Your own questions and comments will shape the rest of our time together.

Developing a regular practice is key to unlocking the power of mindfulness. We will explore how multi-week programs facilitate this.

Workshop Series

A week after the webinar, Andrew will begin presenting his Zoom-based 6-week “Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness” workshop series in late afternoon/evening sessions (depending on your location) for those who would like to take a deep dive into how Mindfulness Training can make a difference in their lives. He will prioritize developing an ongoing mindfulness practice. The sessions will focus on:

  1. Getting to Know Anxiety
  2. Mindfulness & Mindfulness-in-Everyday-Life
  3. Upending Self-Sabotage Through Kindness
  4. Understanding Stress: The Power of Pausing
  5. Interrupting Rumination
  6. Digital Distraction: Mindfulness Meets the Internet

For further details, visit: www.safermindfulness.com

Participants will receive a copy of Andrew’s e-book, Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Wellness.

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MEET YOUR HOST

Andrew Safer has been practicing mindfulness for 55 years, and has been an authorized instructor for 30 years. He specializes in developing and presenting applied mindfulness programs for the workplace, resiliency. anxiety and stress, depression, addictions, suicidal thoughts, and climate anxiety.

Andrew began offering multi-week mindfulness workshops through the Archdiocese of St. John’s in 2010, and has led a weekly meditation group since 2011. His next book, Mindfulness for the Workplace, will be published this Spring.

ANXIETY, STRESS & MINDFULNESS”

Safer Mindfulness’ “Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness” workshop series is now in its eleventh year. In a study conducted by Memorial University researchers, 40 participants of this program showed an average 40 percent improvement in outcomes, from beginning to end of an 8-week program (see link below).

“Navigating Anxiety and Stress Through Mindfulness” Outcomes Report

ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE:  

Phone: (709) 722-2716 Text: (709) 771-6908  Email: andrew@safermindfulness.com

www.safermindfulness.com