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Book Signing & Talk - 16 MONDAYS: For People Who Hate Their Jobs, by Dr. Akilah t'Zuberi
Join Dr. AKILAH T'ZUBERI for the signing of her second book 16 MONDAYS: For People Who Hate Their Jobs. -- Sat. October 15, 5:00pm at Origo Books, downtown Toronto.
The majority of workers around the world do not find any joy or fulfillment in the long hours of a working day. Unhappiness and misery translate into lost productivity, absenteeism, low morale and conflict resolution. The global cost to employers and businesses is in the billions and overall creativity is stifled, but what is even worse is the emptiness, disempowerment and lack of hope that seeps into the hearts and minds of the people.
In 16 MONDAYS, the author focuses on the relationship between thought, emotions and the workplace experience. By shifting consciousness about the workplace and its relationships, Akilah suggests that unlimited potential awaits both workers and businesses once eliminated the unsustainable emotion of misery in the workplace environment.
Dr. AKILAH T’ZUBERI is an author, metaphysician and artist focused on the shift in consciousness and the revolution in thought. Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, Akilah comes from a working-class family and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English Composition and a Master’s Degree in Women’s Literature from the California State University, Sacramento, as well as a Ph.D. from The American Institute of Holistic Theology. Today she lives in Philadelphia, PA, spending most of her time studying and writing on the Global Shift in Consciousness, making art, and teaching English Composition at Bucks Community College in Newtown, PA.
For more information, please visit http://akilahtzuberi.blogspot.com/
Date: Saturday October 15
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Origo Books is an independent alternative and metaphysical boutique bookshop located in downtown Toronto —just one block South of the iconic St. Lawrence Market— with the manifest purpose of nurturing the Mind & Soul with an inclusive, unbiased approach to Knowledge and our collective consciousness.
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