Interesting book in the Buddhist document of Right Livelyhood. Not as much a book about Mindfulness as a book about Meaningful Work. Most of the authors say much of the same thing. One author, Sam Keen, I liked a lot. This book might help you decide your priorities when it comes to career. And the advice contained within might help you alter your livelyhood in a way that you are more in tune with ecological concerns
In spite of the empty criticisms and single-minded diatribes of a couple of previous reviewers, I think this book is well worth it.
Other than Tarthang Tulku's "Skillful Means" it's hard to find much information on right livelihood and certainly, this is a definitive review.
I especially liked the even-handed inclusion of points of view from other religions besides Buddhism.
The reviewer who said it makes a great gift was right. And, it makes a great bedside book to help you go to sleep inspired and hopeful that it IS possible to find right livelihood.