IntheFlow – Taking Mindfulness to Work
IntheFlow is a practical, accessible book based on mindfulness principles, which can be easily applied to the workplace – with extraordinary outcomes and benefits for individuals and teams.
IntheFlow is for anyone who is intrigued by mindfulness, is aware of the tremendous impact it can have on one’s life, and is keen to incorporate the concepts and principles into one’s life at work.
Designed as 6-step daily ritual, IntheFlow focuses one’s attention and awareness on the good and great parts of our everyday lives – which are often overlooked, or get lost in the cacophony of stress, anxiety, frustration, exhaustion and overwhelm which seem to be inevitable consequences of our busy-ness.
For leaders and teams, IntheFlow provides a way to practice elements of mindfulness in the workplace, and experience positive and substantial shifts – both individually, and collectively. And for companies who are looking to reduce workplace stress, and create a culture of trust and empathy – which naturally enhances productivity – IntheFlow is an ideal solution!
IntheFlow is not just for work, though. It has also been used to great benefit by other groups – who want to connect in a deeper, more introspective way than what one typically experiences with Facebook or other social media, and families who use IntheFlow as a way to share the highlights (and lowlights) of their day.
IntheFlow is essential reading for anyone who is curious about how to practically incorporate mindfulness principles into an average day, and experience its wonderful benefits – whether you’re an experienced Mindfulness practitioner, or never meditated for a single minute.
There are a LOT of self-help books out there for companies and individuals trying to improve. This one is a keeper. It’s not too long, it’s well written, including useful practical tools that are ambitious in their impact but not at all intimidating to get into. I suspect, like my other favourites, Allen Carr’s ‘Easy Way To Quit Smoking’ and ‘The Tao of Coaching’, Debbie’s short book will change behaviour more than most long ones.
Rob DowerCOO at Allan Gray
This book is a downright provocative read that is honest, refreshing and energizing, and speaks to the heart. This is a must read for anyone and everyone who is seeking inner peace, joy, and genuine meaning and purpose in their personal and professional lives.
Professor Shirley ZinnGlobal Head of Human Resources at Woolworths Holding Ltd & author of ‘Swimming Upstream’
Debbie Goodman-Bhyat has built the bridge between the hectic chaos of everyday business and the clarity and serenity that being present, and in the moment, brings. IntheFlow takes quite an ethereal concept and makes it practical for people to understand and more importantly to apply.
Allon RaizCEO at Raizcorp and author of ‘Lose the Business Plan’ and ‘What to Do When You Want to Give Up’
IntheFlow is a both a personal and very practical book introducing readers to the technique of mindfulness and its application in both personal and organisational life. I was touched by the authenticity of the text. It is very readable. Highly recommended
Marc Simon KahnGlobal Head of Human Resources and Organisation Development at Investec & author of “Coaching on the Axis”
By having the good sense to recognise that she was racing full-tilt at a concrete wall without a helmet, Debbie discovered the benefits of mindfulness. Her story could change yours. For the better.
Bruce WhitfieldPresenter at 702
IntheFlow is a formula for creating not only a caring, gentle and thoughtful corporate culture, but a happier one. The best part is that it is a frank description of how Debbie made it work in her company – with remarkably little effort! This book will benefit any organisation’s leader.
Ian MannMD at Gateway Business Solutions & Reviewer