Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live- Revised for the New Millenium! If you are an overworked executive, an entrepreneur, a stressed-out employee who knows there's more to life than receiving a paycheck, then this book is for you. In this latest revision, you ll find information that is both timely and timeless. Here is step-by-step supportive advice based on the experience of real people who have made advantageous career choices that will enable you to find and maintain a life by design and not default. Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live is a totally engrossing, valuable book that leads the reader through an evaluation of his/her strengths and needs and demonstrates an intriguing method to define a true work pattern. How to integrate it into the reader's life is the triumph of this guide which is a virtual map to job and personal success. Heralded as an outstanding contribution to good self management by Dr. Kenneth Blanchard, co-author of The One Minute Manager, McDargh's book "explores how to balance making a living with making a life and offers a process for doing both." "This book is written so eloquently and speaks to your heart so warmly that you feel like you have the author sitting beside you whispering encouraging words of support into your ears! The author has a way of sharing strategies that are simple, yet very powerful and effective. I highly recommend this book!" "As a working single mother, I'm always on the look out for help with balance in my life. This book offers practical suggestions and made me realize I am not alone in dealing with day-to-day stress. This book would be an excellent gift for relatives, friends or employees!
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Since founding McDargh Communications in 1980, Eileen McDargh has helped organizations and individuals transform the life of their business and the business of their life through conversations that matter and connections that count. Eileen has worked with organizations going through changes such as leadership challenges, mergers and acquisitions, corporate buyouts, reorganizing, downsizing, layoffs and bankruptcies. She draws upon practical business know-how, life's experiences and years of consulting to major national and international organizations that have ranged from global pharmaceuticals to the US Armed Forces, from health care associations to religious institutions. Executive Excellence magazine continually ranks her as one of the top 50 thought leaders in self-leadership development. She authored Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live, the first book on work/life balance-a topic that placed her as a futurist in this issue and continues to be published in revised editions. Her second book, The Resilient Spirit, is found from South Africa to California. Talk Ain't Cheap... It's Priceless Connecting in a Disconnected World serves as a leadership guide for numerous organizations and her newest book, Gifts from the Mountain: Simple Truths for Life's Complexities, won the Benjamin Franklin Gold Award in 2008.Review:
I read the first edition of this book many years ago. It has remains on the bookshelf behind my desk within grabbing distance ever since. This edition is even better. It is replete with suggestions, anecdotes, tips and ideas. Best of all, you get to know Eileen. It s almost like having a good friend take you by the hand to help you make an important life transition. --Beverly Kaye Founder/CEO: Career Systems International
Work For A Living And Still Be Free To Live offers step-by-step supportive advice that will enable you to find and maintain positive balance in your life and occupation. Work For A Living And Still Be Free To Live is an inspiring, practical, things to do and steps to take how-to guide that can help transform your life into one with a new purpose and passion. Work For A Living And Still Be Free To Live is highly recommended reading for anyone regardless of their type of job, age, educational background or skills. --Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Loch Lomond Press, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110962319066
Book Description Loch Lomond Press, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0962319066