This is a collection of short essays that help the reader restore work-life balance. User-friendly, catchy, and results-oriented, these articles use wit and anecdote to illustrate the points, and also offer action steps to help the reader get going. Written by an experienced work-life and career coach, these offerings are grounded in the real-life experience of high achievers.
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Sharon Teitelbaum is a certified, trained, and experienced Work-Life and Career Coach. She works with high achieving women with young children, people at mid-career, and professionals seeking career advancement and greater work-life balance. She works by phone with clients across the country or in person in the Boston area. In prior careers, she was a trainer and a systems analyst. Sharon has been married for 30 years and has two daughters in their twenties.Review:
. . . an innovative book that gives you tools and techniques to make the changes you've been contemplating for so long. -- Gail Liebhaber, Director of Career Services, Harvard Divinity School
. . . like a visit from a savvy pathfinder willing to stick around until you see your life from a new perspective. -- Linda Weltner, former Boston Globe columnist
I wish I'd had Sharon Teitelbaum's insightful and heartening book at my bedside for the last twenty years! -- Beth Fredericks, author of "The Parent's Guide to Famly-Friendly Child Care"
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Book Description Wonder Works Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0976449005
Book Description Wonder Works Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110976449005