Awaken Your Heart at Work : Working with Soul for Breakthough Results

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: Jack Canfield

Narrated By: Jack Canfield

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: November 2003

Duration: 2 hours 6 minutes

Summary:

BESTSELLING AUTHOR JACK CANFIELD HELPS YOU UNCOVER NEW HEIGHTS OF PRODUCTIVITY AND SUCCESS AT WORK

In this original audiobook, Jack Canfield leads you to experience a more fulfilling and powerful work life. Here he helps you tap into your heart-center, release habitual limiting patterns, and connect with your higher abilities and insights. Jack's inspiring guidance will unleash your potential for experiencing new heights of productivity and success.

Awaken Your Heart at Work also includes a companion musical reflection CD. Emmy award-winning composer Jim Oliver offers his musical inspiration with warm and flowing compositions for grand piano, violin, guitar, and global percussion. These irresistible melodies will touch your heart and enrich your experience of this powerful program.

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  • Disapointed

    This was a big waste. I felt cheated that I had ordered it and used up half a month of rental time. Jack Canfield can do better.

  • Alex Taylor

    OK first let me say I'm a Jack Canfield fan. I have his success book and it's on it's way to me now in audio form. This is the very reason I ordered "Awaken Your Heart at Work,". It's two CD's in total, the first one is Jack on it and the second is just music. Here's the summary version for you, as I know you're busy. You remember those 'Stewart Smally' skits on Saturday Night Live 10+ years ago? The 'I'm good enough, I'm smart enough and gosh darn it people like me?' The character Al Franken played. This CD is basically that. Gems from the audio CD include: - 'Now let love flow into your heart...' - 'Relax, yawn if you'd like to....' All delivered in a smarmy, oddly new-age manner. Basically this CD is 60 minutes of how to relax and be calm. That's it. There's nothing to awaken here, other than occasional laughter. I was actually laughing in my car saying…’Are you kidding me!?’ One word, four syllables: Ridiculous