Keeping Your Spirits Up - book on Kindle or paperback

Keeping Your Spirits Up - book on Kindle or paperback from Creating Focus

By: Creating Focus  03/08/2011
Keywords: personal development, business coaching, focus

Do your friends and colleagues see you as a successful person who is calm, professional and cheerful - while sometimes you feel far from it?

This book is for people who face daunting workloads; rapid change; uncertainty about the future; and a sometimes impossible conflict between work, home and well-being.

It's a mix that can dampen your enthusiasm for a career you once loved and leave you too tired to enjoy your leisure time. This book, drawing on sound research, suggests realistic ways of Keeping Your Spirits Up.

"A lovely combination of theory, examples and practical advice" Mark Williamson, Director, Action for Happiness
"A terrific book that inspires and challenges" Russell Foster, Oxford University
"Excellent reading" Jacqueline Olds, Associate clinical professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Keywords: business coaches, business coaching, focus, personal development, Stress Management Coaches

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