Fb2 Right-Sizing Your Life: The Upside of Slowing Down ePub
by Michael W. Herndon,Philip Patterson
|Author:||Michael W. Herndon,Philip Patterson|
|Publisher:||Intervarsity Pr (July 1, 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1338 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1983 kb|
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The chapters of this book can help you get out of the fast lane and simplify your life. You'll read about working to live or living to work?, living the balanced life, redefining success, downshifting for the curves of life, and passing it on to the next generation. ISBN13:9780830819423. Release Date:August 1998.
Right-Sizing Your Life book. Right-Sizing Your Life: The Upside of Slowing Down. 0830819428 (ISBN13: 9780830819423). The chapters of this book can help you get out of the fast lane and simplify your life.
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Right-sizing your life. the up side of slowing down. Published 1998 by InterVarsity Press in Downers Grove, Ill. Christian life, Conduct of life. Includes bibliographical references (p. -130).
This book speaks right to the heart of the matter: how to get more satisfaction in life from less rushing around. Many people will change their lives dramatically by reading this great book. I say it's changed my life, and it really has. Before I read it, I was massively stressed out and have been for a few months now (and moderately for a few years before that). This book does a remarkable job of helping you reframe that stress in your mind, whether it's within your personal relationships, work, parenting, or anything else. He distinguishes between two modes of thinking -processing, and free-flow thinking.
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