From asking for a raise or meeting new clients to getting along with colleagues, we all want to feel better at work. I wrote this book because I wish someone had written it for me years ago.
Pleasantville, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
Office Shamanism will be available through her website, http://www.shamanmikki.com, and through Lulu.com, Apple iBooks, and Barnes and Noble’s Nook. It covers topics including space clearing and decluttering, tips for time management, handling burnout and stress, teamwork, and leadership skills, all from the point of view of an energy healer. A free sample chapter is available when new subscribers opt-in to her bi-monthly mailing list, and January 8 is a great day to both buy the ebook and support a good cause. Davis maintains an energy work and teaching practice in Pleasantville, NY
“We’ve all got things we’d like to shift in the office, especially in January when we want to start fresh,” says Davis. “From asking for a raise or meeting new clients to getting along with colleagues, we all want to feel better at work. Before starting my own practice, I had first-hand experience in cubicles and corner offices, Wall Street and the non-profit world. In every single workplace, including my desk at home, there are stresses, bad habits, and questions. These are tips and techniques that I now use every day, so I wrote this book because I wish someone had written it for me years ago.”
If you want new clients, ideas, or workplace energy, Davis suggests you start by getting out the recycling bin. “When I asked people about their number one office complaint, clutter was at the top of the list. It’s so easy for most of us to accumulate needless stuff, including old emails, documents, and bookmarks. The stale energy that goes with it can actually clog up our ability to be creative, clear, and productive.”
Using the wisdom of ancient traditions like shamanism, Buddhism, and yoga, as well as tips from contemporary experts, Davis offers grounded and often humorous guidance, with hyperlinked resources for further learning. Office Shamanism includes worksheets to prompt new ways of thinking about the workplace.
Office Shamanism is even helpful to those considering or navigating a career change, with chapters on prioritizing, image, and intuition. “Trusting that gut feeling is one of the wisest decisions we can make on the job. Intuition led me to this livelihood I have now.” Davis adds, “I want everyone to feel better at work, to be satisfied, energized, and thriving.”
Shamanism is considered to be the world’s oldest form of medicine, with evidence of energy healing principles dating back at least 10,000 years. In addition to writing about shamanism, Davis offers healing consultations, intuitive readings, ceremonies including weddings, and workshops.