Perfect Balance: Create Time and Space for All Parts of Your Life

Perfect Balance: Create Time and Space for All Parts of Your Life

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by Paul F. Wilson
     
 

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Won't life be perfect when . . .
…you feel you have all the time in the world—for work, family and friends, your own needs and development.
…you're motivated and inspired to perform your best.
…you make sound decisions and quickly recover from setbacks.
…your world is simple and uncluttered.
…your life has meaning and… See more details below

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Won't life be perfect when . . .
…you feel you have all the time in the world—for work, family and friends, your own needs and development.
…you're motivated and inspired to perform your best.
…you make sound decisions and quickly recover from setbacks.
…your world is simple and uncluttered.
…your life has meaning and purpose.
…you discover real peace and contentment.

All this is possible. In Perfect Balance, Paul Wilson reveals the strategies and techniques for finding balance among all the parts of your busy life.
You can do this without working harder or longer. By taking Wilson’s approach—The Calm Way™—you’ll bring all your resources into play at once to achieve perfect balance in your life. The Calm Way™ works on the principle that the best way to accomplish your goals is by adopting a more relaxed and balanced attitude.
Included in this edition is Wilson’s patented Life Priorities Calculator, a group of enjoyable exercises to help determine what is essential as you make your way through life. Perform them once a year, or as often as you feel necessary, and you’ll discover a new clarity about yourself and your life, and the most profitable method to structure your ambitions and goals.

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Library Journal

Perfect balance, as Wilson (Instant Calm) describes it, is just what everyone needs—a high level of motivation, a sense of peace, and the ability to make purposeful choices. Here, the self-help guru and developer of The Calm Way™ offers techniques for creating that balance. He introduces readers to an image of their roles and responsibilities—a pie chart dividing work between social activities and physical against spiritual. After presenting case studies of imbalanced lives and how they can shift, Wilson leads readers in exercises, encouraging writing in the book or in a journal, to help them determine their own balanced state and take steps toward achieving it. Exercises involve the imagination and the creative side of the mind, but the descriptions are careful and logical. Upon completion of the book, readers will have a sense of where their perfect balance is, how to maintain it, and how to establish life priorities. Sure to be popular in self-help sections; recommended for larger public libraries.
—Erica Foley

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101127186
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/17/2007
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
368
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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