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Are you procrastinating, or feeling tired and frustrated in your work? Are the usual productivity techniques -- color-coding your folders, reorganizing your e-mail inbox, and so on -- not doing the trick for you?

In this group, we take getting things done to a deeper level. This group's classes are about using mindfulness practices, like meditation and yoga, to find focus and motivation while you work -- without even leaving your desk.

The classes are led by Chris Edgar, author of Inner Productivity: A Mindful Path to Efficiency and Enjoyment in Your Work (www.InnerProductivity.com), which Getting Things Done author David Allen calls "a great read and a useful guidebook for turning the daily grind into something much more interesting and engaging," and yoga instructor Rosy Moon Schlussel.

Come join us and find out how, using nothing but your own mind and body, you can get more done and have more fun in your work.

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About Berkeley Inner Productivity Group July 9, 2010 11:15 AM Chris E.

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