The Good Hustle : Creating a happy, healthy business with heart
When business strategist Polly McGee spent two months in an ashram becoming a yoga teacher, she hoped to learn enough about life and balance to help her stop falling on her asana. She didn't expect to discover a unique way of combining the spiritual pathway to happiness with the process of creating sustainable heart-centred businesses that so many of her clients had been searching for. The message of The Good Hustle is both revelation and revolution, combining the ancient wisdom of yoga with contemporary business practices in a compelling blend of mindfulness, spirituality and entrepreneurial action. If you've ever yearned to do something meaningful that matters and create a business with heart, The Good Hustle is your go-to handbook on the real-life path to enlightenment.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 135 x 208mm | 250g
- 24 Jan 2018
- Murdoch Books
- Millers Point, Australia
"Life changing. A must-read for people wanting a new path in business and in their lives.'' Rachael Treasure, Author
"The Good Hustle makes SO much sense as an approach to the overall business of life, relationships, and staying true to one's values." Clare Dunne, International Relations, University of Melbourne
"This book makes an important contribution to those of us interested in bringing more authenticity and a deeper spiritual meaning to our lives and the work that occupies a large amount of our time." Julie Regan, Author, Business Coach
"I'm FROTHING over the content-little bits of humour and sass at the right times to lighten the seriousness that spirituality calls for sometimes. I love the delivery, it's less fluffy and sloppy self-help, but rather wise and fierce." Emily Hassett, Blogger, 'Spirited Seeker'
"I hope it inspires many people to find a way of doing business that is in harmony with the beauty of the human spirit." Swami Ahimsadara Saraswati, Author, Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist
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About Polly McGee