Achieving Balance

Author: J. Paul Till
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ISBN: 9780964085299
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By every measure, Boyd Christenberry is an exceptional man. This thoroughly readable and immensely enjoyable books explains why. Inscribed by author. Boyd Christenberry achieved success--and balance. His story proves that we can achieve success in all areas of life: career, family, spiritual and self. Not only that, it shows us how. Boyd Christenberry's life story is pure Americana. By applying grit, ability and determination, Boyd achieved professional success and economic security without compromising his faith and values which are reflected in his children, and admired by hundreds of friends and associates.

Achieving Balance

Author: Allan Willis
Editor: eBook Partnership
ISBN: 1909270687
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Achieving Balance - A simple book that will change your life.'I strongly recommend that you have this book on your bedside table as a reference point for life' Would you like your life to feel more enjoyable and fulfilling?Is it time to empower yourself and take control of your emotions?Learn how to improve your relationship with yourself and others.Balance affects everyone, without exception. Achieving Balance is not the sole preserve of spiritual masters, gurus and the like. The things they are doing can be done by anyone who has a certain level of knowledge and a resolve to apply some of the techniques to their life.Achieving balance and fulfillment is attainable for all of us. How do I know that?Because fulfillment and balance are not dependent on external factors, they are only dependent on the perspective you choose to adopt.The balance that you feel is determined by the degree of alignment of your self image with who you really are.Reflecting the author's quest, this book explains the main elements of balance and how to apply them to your life. The concepts are presented in an accessible, simple and visual way to make them understandable and digestible to a wide audience.Understanding and achieving balance does not have to be a difficult path. Everything you need to know is in the book. All that is required is an open mind and a willingness to change old habits.Everyone's journey in life is different, but the principles of balance like the laws of physics, are the same for all of us. They can be learnt the hard way or the easy way.'Fantastic illustrations reinforce the wisdom which is evident and dramatically portrayed throughout.''A small investment for a huge return.''The most comprehensive, accessible guide to balance currently available.'

Achieving Balance Through Efficiency

Author: Stephen Demeo
Editor: Educe NY
ISBN: 0983712085
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Those starting a career in teaching will put in an incredible amount of energy into their practice in order to learn their craft and become respected professionals. In many cases, however, this energy is not enough to survive as a teacher. Currently, 1 in 5 new teachers will leave the profession after five years. The purpose of this book is to improve the “survivability” of early career teachers by focusing on one key area: Efficiency or what is referred to as Time Management. This book will examine how teachers can become more efficient in their lesson and unit planning, classroom organization, assessment of their students, how they interact with parents, and even when they search and interview for a job. Special emphasis is placed on one of the most challenging aspects of teaching, classroom behavioral management. The underlying basis for this book is a deep belief that successfully managing time will allow teachers to create a positive balance between one’s professional and personal lives. It is all too common to see time-stressed and sleep exhausted teachers lose sight of the reasons they entered teaching, eventually falling out of love with their subject and those they teach. This book will tackle head on the demands that teachers face by posing many detailed, practical solutions to time management problems in a variety of different contexts. These solutions will not only come from the author’s own experience preparing New York City science students for over 25 years, but from researchers and veteran teachers and administrators who have published their findings and advice in leading educational journals. It is time to stop procrastinating, and draw upon your inner grit to create order, routines, and systems that can be used successfully in your teaching profession.

Achieving Balance

Author: Dr Travis G Parry
Editor: Independently Published
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What is Work/Life Balance, and is it even achievable anymore? The old notion of somehow being able to stay balanced in both areas of life all the time creates more workaholics than it does to help them, especially as a financial advisor. I know from personal experience the chaos of running your own schedule and the struggle it is for financial advisors and even more difficult managing your own firm. After a major life-changing event, I gave up on my band-aid time management hacks and discovered a system to keep a healthy balance between building a practice and enjoying life outside of it. After more than a decade of research and experience with clients, I created the Make Time Method(TM) to help other advisors. In this book, we will debunk the 3 Myths of Balance and explain the keys to actually achieving it.

Work Play And Type

Author: Judith A. Provost
Editor: Center for Applications of
ISBN: 9780935652598
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Is your work productive? Do you take time for play? This book examines how work shapes leisure and how it affects balance or burnout in our lives. Examples and case studies illustrate how different types approach work and play, and how we can obtain a healthy balance between the two.

Achieving

Author: Anthony J Headley
Editor: First Fruits Press
ISBN: 9781648170065
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Balance-it is an elusive ideal and magnificent goal. Most Christian leaders, especially pastors, desire balance in lifeand ministry, but many would give themselves a failing grade when it comes to achieving it. While ministers hear a lotabout self-mastery, discipline, time management, and wholeness, most are caught up in a daily crunch of trying to sort theurgent from the important. At the same time, most pastors are both magnetically drawn and self-judged by Jesus' words toseek first the kingdom of God and Paul's testimony about doing one thing and having learned the secret of contentment.What a nerve-wracking confusion all this creates for contemporary ministers .

Achieving Balance Between Capacity Sales

Author: British Productivity Council
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Quality Of Life

Author: H. Stanley Jones
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ISBN: 9781885161079
File Size: 64,84 MB
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The Power Of Resilience

Author: Dr. Robert Brooks
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071505466
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"Continuing their pioneering work on resilience, they now show how and why it is never too late for adults to find strength and safety in life." --Edward Hallowell, M.D., author of Driven to Distraction "A uniquely wise guide summarizing a vast amount of research into a practical set of strategies to overcome adversity and live a stress-hardy life." --Jack Canfield, coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Faith Family Fitness And Finance Decrees

Author: Dy Wakefield
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781541345935
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Achieving balance with Faith, Family, Fitness and Finance through biblical decrees.

How To Grow Up When You Re Grown Up

Author: Nancy O'conner
Editor: Ratna Sagar
ISBN: 9788171086863
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The thesis of this self-help book is that four personality aspects (physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual) must be balanced if individuals are to become adults. Because each person is an individual personality that is out of balance in some way, growth is a life-long process. The initial 2 chapters, Growth And Growing Up, define what it means to grow up and delineate each of the four personality aspects, ending with a questionnaire to help the reader assess his or her status as an adult. The following four sections, Parts Two through Five (14 chapters), deal specifically with each of the four personality aspects, breaking each down into its significant qualities, identifying the issues commonly associated with that aspect, and offering techniques for achieving growth in it. Part 6, Getting It All Together (3 chapters), lists some universal truths, encourages the reader to begin seeing his or her life holistically and to embark on a consciously-structured plan of growth, and ends with some thoughts on the present spiritual condition of the world and the possibility of wholeness for the entire planet. (Msf).

Achieving Balance In A Technological Society

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The Juggling Act

Author: Peggy Edwards
Editor: McClelland & Stewart
ISBN: 1551994607
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After Peggy Edwards, Miroslava Lhotsky, and Judy Turner published their highly successful first book, The Healthy Boomer: A No-Nonsense Guide to Midlife Health for Women and Men, they embarked on a series of workshops with health professionals and men and women in midlife. Like them, the participants often found it almost impossible to juggle the responsibilities of midlife and still find time and energy for themselves. Translating the principles of balance and good health into daily action is difficult, and the authors knew from their seminars that participants were always pleased to hear stories of struggle and success from others. It made sense, they concluded, to ask Boomers themselves the best ways to manage midlife. To get a sense of common issues in midlife and possible coping strategies, they sent out a questionnaire and conducted telephone interviews to draw out more in-depth ideas. The results are found in this book, a collection of anecdotes, quotes, and wisdom from Boomers themselves. In midlife, we start to get in touch with the fact that our time on earth will not last forever and is precious. This book provides a variety of ways of looking at this fact and of thinking about the choices ahead. There are motivating stories from Boomers (some, such as Pamela Wallin, known to many), brief updates from the scientific world, and interesting tidbits of information from the survey.

A Whole New Plan For Living

Author: Jim Lucey
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1529345669
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We will all experience times in our lives when our health is challenged. As we navigate an uncertain world, stressors such as financial worries, illness, loss, isolation and loneliness can turn into distress, anxiety and depression. In A Whole New Plan for Living, leading psychiatrist Prof Jim Lucey presents ten powerful steps to show us how, by maintaining balance and wellness in our daily lives we can achieve overall health and wellbeing, ready for the challenges life presents to us. From understanding wellness, to managing stress and distress, to the opportunity for mental health recovery no matter the circumstances, A Whole New Plan for Living shows us how by making small changes, we can achieve optimum mental health, become more resilient and live with hope for the future.

Achieving Balance In Federal And State Pain Policy

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Building A Regional Framework Achieving Balance Jobs And Housing

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People First

Author: Jack Lannom
Editor: Lannom, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780976667100
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Have you ever read a short, simple book that inspired your mind and lifted your spirits-a book that you couldn't wait to pass onto family and friends? People First is such a book.People First provides illumination for everyone who truly wants to make a difference in their own life and in the lives of others. It's a transformational 5-step philosophy told in a story format. Lannom believes that in any situation, when you put people first, you will be rewarded. If an employer treats employees as "purpose partners", success is sure to come. Lannom does not just spell out this advice, he also presents an interesting fiction story of a life-like situation. Dan Burton, CEO of a company is unhappy with his company's profits and his personal life, and he learns the valuable lesson of putting people first from his Sifu, Kung Fu instructor. Sifu teaches Dan the Pyramid of People Power. Through this Dan learns how to balance his personal and public lives.

The Balance Finder

Author: Sherrice Thomas
Editor: Refreshing Streams Publishing
ISBN: 9780982672709
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In today's busy and complex world, women must juggle families, jobs, friendships and community involvement. That's why The Balance Finder is a must read for every Superwoman. Instead of spending your life planning and making task lists, follow these practical, spiritual principles to eradicate traditional Superwoman mindsets that could stifle your creativity and cause emotional imbalance.Get ready to take a fun-filled, yet practical journey to the balance you've been seeking.

Einstein The Art Of Mindful Cycling

Author: Ben Irvine
Editor: Leaping Hare Press
ISBN: 9781908005472
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Einstein and the Art of Mindful Cycling shines new light onto one of the great scientific icons, and explores how pushing that pedal can nurture mindfulness in a spiritually stressful age. The author steers us through his own perspective on cycling - weaving the philosophical, practical and personal into an elegant balance. Add in a sprinkling of meditative insights, and we can all learn how to experience Einstein’s enlightened outlook on life through the simple joy of riding a bicycle.

Coaching For Attorneys

Author: Cami McLaren
Editor: Amer Bar Assn
ISBN: 9781627223591
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Coaching for Attorneys is more than just a book. It is a mentor - addressing common problems and concerns that lawyers experience throughout their careers - and provides specific tools along with specific step-by-step instructions on how to use these tools to help you make life as a lawyer easier. Coaching for Attorneys teaches one how to feel good about what you are doing thus resulting in better work, better health, and better family life. Simply put: a fulfilled attorney is a better attorney.Throughout this new-age book, real life examples are included that demonstrate how effective coaching can have positive changes. The authors help you realize practicing law in a new and innovative way that will respect who you are as a person; that will bring excellence to your practice, balance to your life; and that will ultimately have you feeling better and working more productively!