This book is a collection of proven, common-sense objectives, as well as many of the fragments of good advice often given by numerous motivational speakers and other behavior experts. The big difference is that now it’s all in one place at one time, and most important, it’s written in the form of usable concepts with complete and easy-to-understand explanations. This book makes it possible for almost anyone to achieve more personal goals and enjoy a better quality of life by improving most relationships in their lives.
This book is a collection of proven, common-sense objectives, as well as many of the fragments of good advice often given by numerous motivational speakers and other behavior experts. The big difference is that now it's all in one place at one time, and most important, it's written in the form of usable concepts with complete and easy-to-understand explanations. This book makes it possible for almost anyone to achieve more personal goals and enjoy a better quality of life by improving most relationships in their lives.
In this short yet fascinating book, you will read about everything that is important or even critical to us turns out to be less and less important over time. We do not know what really matters in our lives. One day, we are happy; by the next, we are sad or worried. When we are in a specific time, place, and condition, we think that certain issues are important and critical and assign them a value. You alone have the right to choose the best path to a peaceful and enjoyable life. You can be in any kind of position or have any level of income and be happy regardless of what goes around you. If you have never given yourself time to think about your life and what you are doing, this is the right time to do so. This is the particular time that you can ask yourself if you are on the path that leads you to where you want to be and whether you are enjoying your life. Ask yourself if you have a forgotten passion that is burning inside you, a love for anything in this world that can take you to a higher level of energy and eagerness. Find your passion today, and decide to live a meaningful life that is free of fear.
Are you being deliberately kept fat? Use the simple techniques in this book to learn how to cut through the Confusing Research, Advertising & Promotions put in your way and focus on the few things you really need to know in order to regain control of your weight. And your life. It really works and what's more, you already know most of it!
Karl Champley, master carpenter and host of DIY Channel's Wasted Spaces and DIY to the Rescue, offers 50 home-improvement projects to maximize space. Readers will learn to create hidey-holes under floor boards, construct fold-down changing tables, carve out shelving niches between studs in the wall, and much more.
Celebrity trainer and cast member of NBC’s Strong, Drew Logan shows us how to rewrite our neurological patterns and break the habits that prevent us from losing weight and living a healthy life. Celebrity trainer and cast member of NBC’s Strong, Drew Logan knows firsthand how the brain affects our ability to perform and function at our best. After dying three times in three hours—becoming the world’s only known medical case to survive three sudden cardiac arrests—he lost his short-term memory. He could no longer follow the complicated diet and fitness regimens he’d used on himself and his clients. He needed to create something simpler. He was shocked to discover that the resulting program was even more effective than his complicated regime of the past. In 25Days, Drew outlines a unique, multifaceted approach that helps you rewrite your neurological patterning—what lies underneath those pesky habits that get in our way over and over again—so that the brain’s neural pathways, biochemistry, and hormones work together effectively, seamlessly, and efficiently. Included in the book are the 25 Days Grading System, Diet, and Workout Plan, as well as tools that will alert and assist readers throughout the book. 25Days is “the ultimate tool for fitness” (Jesse L. Martin, actor) and one of the easiest—and most effective—diets to follow. Drew will show you that all you need is to adjust your diet and retrain your brain to be in peak shape and “change your life in ways you never dreamed” (Rick Cosnett, actor).
Robert Kopecky has had not one, but three near-death experiences. How to Survive Life (and Death) is grounded in these different experiences. This meaningful and unexpectedly fun 'how-to' book is a curative, educational, and serious look at what to expect from death and how best to live in preparation for it - whether death is tomorrow or forty years from tomorrow. Kopecky's goal is to put our mortality in perspective, deflate the inevitable fears, and supply lots of useful material for life-improvement. How to Survive Life (and Death) is written by someone who's been there, with a sensibility designed to disarm the doubter, and to evoke a comfortable understanding of an awkward subject; he includes a wide range of topics like life, love, happiness, fear, death, consciousness, cosmology, karma, animals, angels, ghosts, media, and a good deal more.
All teachers experience negative stress in the workplace whether it is due to pressures of the job whilst at school or the perpetual need to take work home. In this informative book, Elizabeth Holmes provides practical advice and solutions to enable teachers to experience less negative stress in their lives and understand the links between the way they function in the classroom and their personal well-being. Drawing on real life case studies and providing strategies for teachers wanting to be proactive in dealing with their well-being, stress and career, this book outlines all the different components that contribute to physical, emotional, spiritual and mental well-being. This includes: * good stress and bad stress * communication * enhancing personal well-being at school * well-being and career development. Written in a clear and accessible style with plenty of practical examples and advice, Teacher Well-Being is an essential read for all teachers, headteachers and school managers, whether just entering the profession or experienced practitioners.
Written in a lively style and punctuated throughout with inspiring anecdotes and practical tips, "Clutter Busting" is an inspiring, upbeat guide to the spiritual, creative, and practical benefits of controlling clutter.
This book helps and motivates doctors facing or contemplating leaving the profession. It offers simple but comprehensive strategies, resources and reflections to explore where they are, where they want to be, how to get there, and how to lead a content and fulfilling life if and when they do leave medicine.
When our expectations are met and things go according to plan, we feel a sense of accomplishment; we feel safe, in control, and on track. But when life does not live up to our expectations, we end up with an Expectation Hangover. This particular brand of disappointment is profoundly uncomfortable and can cost us valuable time and energy if not treated and leveraged effectively. Christine Hassler has broken down the complex and overwhelming experience of recovering from disappointment into a step-by-step treatment plan. This book reveals the formula for how to process Expectation Hangovers on the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels to immediately ease suffering. Instead of wallowing in regret, self-recrimination, or anger, we can see these experiences as catalysts for profound transformation and doorways that open to possibility. Often it is only when life throws us a curveball (or several) that we look in a different direction and make room for the kinds of unexpected things that lead more directly to a life we love. By the time you finish this book, you’ll understand why your Expectation Hangover happened and have your own treatment plan — a clear course of action to pursue your goals while preventing future disappointment.
Nowadays life is more expensive than it used to be two decades ago. But still, there are many ways in which you can save money. Many people are afraid that living on a tight budget means compromising your quality of life. However, if you know a few tricks, you’ll be able to both save money and live well.