Mindfulness for Everyone : How to Stop Being F^cking Rude to People! by Pieter Wesley Whittington
Are you rude to others? Did someone ever tell you they didn’t like the way you spoke to them? Do you know someone who is rude?
If so, this book is for you or them.
This book is for the boss, the co-workers, and the parents. The book Mindfulness for Everyone shows you how to act in public and conduct yourself in a restaurant. All of course, without the cursing.
Also included in Mindfulness for Everyone is how to properly send an effective email to a co-worker without sounding insincere, rude, or terse. Sometimes parents have to be reminded of mindfulness when dealing with their children.
Mindfulness reduces stress and promotes well-being. By reading Mindfulness for Everyone for just 5 minutes a day, the reader will have a sense of purpose in life and will better understand how to treat others. With continued use of these mindfulness techniques, the reader will soon develop a sense of positive energy radiating outward. Spreading kindness and gratitude creates positive energy.
Take a journey toward peace and kindness and a shared life that is more balanced.
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The multidisciplinary career of Pieter Wesley Whittington includes authorship, acting, producing, and editing. His film industry experience spans more than 25 years, and he has worked with the likes of Richard Friedenberg, who has been nominated for an Oscar for “A River Runs Through It,” featuring Craig Sheffer and Brad Pitt. Pieter also co-produced Eric Roberts’ movie, “My Dinner With Eric.”
With Pieter’s experience in retail, customer service, and on film sets, he explores better manners and mindfulness in everyday interactions. This book is the result of his experience.
Pieter will star in the upcoming film, “The Devil has his Spurs.”
He enjoys spending time with his three daughters, going to the beach, going to the park, or watching Netflix for hours on end.