Author : Michael Hyatt
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 9781493403257
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File Download : 208 page

Each of us has but one life to live on this earth. What we do with it is our choice. Are we drifting through it as spectators, reacting to our circumstances when necessary and wondering just how we got to this point anyway? Or are we directing it, maximizing the joy and potential of every day, living with a purpose or mission in mind? Too many of us are doing the former--and our lives are slipping away one day at a time. But what if we treated life like the gift that it is? What if we lived each day as though it were part of a bigger picture, a plan? That's what New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and executive coach Daniel Harkavy show us how to do: to design a life with the end in mind, determining in advance the outcomes we desire and path to get there. In this step-by-step guide, they share proven principles that help readers create a simple but effective life plan so that they can get from where they are now to where they really want to be--in every area of life.

Author : Michael S. Hyatt
Genre : Career development
Publisher :
ISBN : 0801018846
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Author : Michael Hyatt
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 080101882X
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 208 page

Each of us has but one life to live on this earth. What we do with it is our choice. Are we drifting through it as spectators, reacting to our circumstances when necessary and wondering just how we got to this point anyway? Or are we directing it, maximizing the joy and potential of every day, living with a purpose or mission in mind? Too many of us are doing the former--and our lives are slipping away one day at a time. But what if we treated life like the gift that it is? What if we lived each day as though it were part of a bigger picture, a plan? That's what New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt and executive coach Daniel Harkavy show us how to do: to design a life with the end in mind, determining in advance the outcomes we desire and path to get there. In this step-by-step guide, they share proven principles that help readers create a simple but effective life plan so that they can get from where they are now to where they really want to be--in every area of life.

Author : Daniel S. Harkavy
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : HarperCollins Leadership
ISBN : 9781418569679
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File Download : 224 page

As a coach to some of the country’s highest-profile executives, Daniel Harkavy has witnessed the transformation--both professional and personal--that comes when leaders utilize coaching to turn their paycheck-driven teams into vibrant and successful growth cultures. Since founding his company in 1996, Harkavy and his team have coached thousands and shared their knowledge by certifying coaching leaders across the country. Now, in this strategic and thought-provoking guide, he shares his proven strategy for improving your team’s performance while raising quality of life inside and outside of the office. You’ll learn the core four foundations to every coaching strategy, the most powerful leadership tools you can and should leverage, and the key behaviors and disciplines of successful coaching leaders. Coaching makes developing people a high-payoff activity. Complete with quick leadership quizzes and a quick-reference road map for implementation, Becoming a Coaching Leader shows you how to leverage coaching techniques to equip tomorrow’s leaders and pave a lasting leadership legacy.

Author : James W Ellor
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781134735723
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A discerning guide through the ups and downs of retirement The number of people age 65 and older worldwide has more than tripled to nearly half a billion over the last 50 years. Spiritual Wisdom for Successful Retirement is an inspirational guide through the journey that begins in life’s “third stage,” when employment is left behind and uncertainty lies ahead. This encouraging and uplifting book travels beyond the financial and emotional considerations of retirement planning to address the real-life issues retirees face, including the loss of identity after leaving the workplace, managing the clock, calendar, and commitments, how to deal with the blues and the “blahs,” facing the reality of death, adn keeping life in balance. Spiritual Wisdom for Successful Retirement anticipates the changing events and transitions of retirement, focusing on the need to adapt to this “work in progress.” Retirees struggle with real and symbolic losses as they redefine their identities, face uncertain financial futures, adapt to altered living arrangements, and become more aware of their physical limitations. The disappointments, adversity, and suffering retirees face can throw them into spiritual chaos. This powerful book presents real-life stories of people striving to remain engaged in life, open to possibilities, and experiencing intimations of eternity—here and now. Spiritual Wisdom for Successful Retirement examines: the need for a worldview that helps you take major life transitions in stride specific steps into retirement how to manage your time when “every day is Saturday” how to identify indicators of depression how caregivers can attend the needs of retirees how to get help when life “caves in” on you how to live with purpose and courage the significance of family ties the power of relationships, connections, and friendships the dynamics of hope and much more! Spiritual Wisdom for Successful Retirement is essential for anyone living in, or facing, retirement, and for family members of retirees, members of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), and for lay and professional caregivers. It’s also a helpful resource for academics working in gerontology or theology.

Author : Kathleen Ho
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher :
ISBN : 1532083491
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File Download : 126 page

When the life partner you once had is no longer here, your world collapses in front of your eyes. You may alternate between great pain and numbness and find yourself unsure of how to continue to live life without them. The loss of a loved one through death or divorce can be a harrowing experience that can require years of recovery. Author Kathleen Ho had been married to David Bigby for ten years at the time of his passing in 2015. The life they built together fell apart, but with the support of her family and friends, she was able to bounce back to life two years later. Now, she seeks to help those who are struggling with the death of loved ones to honor her late husband's life. Kathleen provides practical strategies that grievers can adopt in their journey to recovery and encourages them to consider whether they have made the most of the precious time they have on Earth. In this guide, one woman shares her life-changing journey to rebuild her life after losing her life partner and offers advice and encouragement to those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.

Author : Phil Callaway
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Harvest House Publishers
ISBN : 9780736936866
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For readers who wish their busy lives had a pause button, Phil Callaway offers real help along with healthy doses of his trademark humor. Drawing from lessons learned during his own struggles with burnout, the bestselling author focuses on five keys to bringing back missing peace. In Who Put My Life on Fast-Forward, millionaires, CEOs, and "regular folk so tired they can hardly lace up their Velcro tennis shoes" demonstrate how, with God's help, it's possible to start living deliberately in a high-speed culture. With wit and candor, Callaway offers creative ways to: live on less and love it find your perfect pace embrace a life of integrity climb off the stress merry-go-round rediscover the joy of friendships Men and women stuck in a loop of busyness and fatigue will find faith-based tools and inspiration for change in this funny, wise book.

Author : Mary Anne Radmacher
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Mango Media Inc.
ISBN : 9781609259921
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File Download : 196 page

An ode to living a purposeful, creative life that “touches your heart and your soul” (Deborah Stephens, coauthor of This Is Not the Life I Ordered). This is a commonplace book for leading an uncommon life. An uncommon life need not include fame and fortune. To live an uncommon life is to pay attention, take care of yourself, live large from the heart. The chapters form a to-do list for living this way: live with intention * walk to the edge * listen hard * play with abandon * practice wellness * laugh * risk love * continue to learn * appreciate your friends * choose with no regret * fail with enthusiasm * stand by your family * celebrate the holidays that make sense * lead or follow a leader * do what you love * live as if this is all there is “A book of healing and grace.”—Jane Kirkpatrick, author of A Clearing in the Wild

Author : Jennifer Markides
Genre : Education
Publisher : Transgressions: Cultural Studi
ISBN : 900436739X
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File Download : 300 page

Looking Back and Living Forward: Indigenous Research Rising Upbrings together research from a diverse group of scholars from a variety of disciplines. The work shared in this book is done by and with Indigenous peoples, from across Canada and around the world. Together, the collaborators' voices resonate with urgency and insights towards resistance and resurgence. The various chapters address historical legacies, environmental concerns, community needs, wisdom teachings, legal issues, personal journeys, educational implications, and more. In these offerings, the contributors share the findings from their literature surveys, document analyses, community-based projects, self-studies, and work with knowledge keepers and elders. The scholarship draws on the teachings of the past, experiences of the present, and will undoubtedly inform research to come.

Author : Robert L. Forward
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Del Rey
ISBN : 9780307779304
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“In science fiction there is only a handful of books that stretch the mind—and this is one of them.”—Arthur C. Clarke In a moving story of sacrifice and triumph, human scientists establish a relationship with intelligent lifeforms—the cheela—living on Dragon’s Egg, a neutron star where one Earth hour is equivalent to hundreds of their years. The cheela culturally evolve from savagery to the discovery of science, and for a brief time, men are their diligent teachers. Praise for Dragon’s Egg “Bob Forward writes in the tradition of Hal Clement’s Mission of Gravity and carries it a giant step (how else?) forward.”—Isaac Asimov “Dragon’s Egg is superb. I couldn’t have written it; it required too much real physics.”—Larry Niven “This is one for the real science-fiction fan.”—Frank Herbert “Robert L. Forward tells a good story and asks a profound question. If we run into a race of creatures who live a hundred years while we live an hour, what can they say to us or we to them?”—Freeman J. Dyson “Forward has impeccable scientific credentials, and . . . big, original, speculative ideas.”—The Washington Post