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Stop Living Your Job, Start Living Your Life: 85 Simple Strategies to Achieve Work/Life Balance [Paperback]

Andrea Molloy

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Book Description

March 17 2005
The first chapter shows how to discover ones purpose and key priorities by increasing self-awareness while appreciating one's aspirations and honoring ones responsibilities and commitments. The next chapter provides numerous strategies to instantly organize ones life, make better use of time and increase personal efficiency, ultimately creating more time to focus on priorities. Chapter three offers ways to manage stress in the long term for a healthy, fulfilling life. Chapter four gets evenmore specific with techniques that can help achieve work/life balance and relaxation. The final chapter shows how to maximise motivation, beat procrastination, keep on taking action and make sustainable changes.

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Andrea Molloy (New Zealand) has coached employees from numerous international corporations including Coca-Cola.

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Do you often feel swamped by emails, piles of paperwork, meetings, unpaid bills and increasing demands on your home and work life? Read the first page
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ideal for those new to personal growth and struggling with life balance July 21 2006
By Talia Mana - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Extremely well written, easy to read, but unlikely to provide much new information for dedicated self improvement junkies.

Andrea Molloy is a leading New Zealand life coach. Her style of writing is easy to read and the book has separate sections for tips, exercises and helpful examples.

The material is unlikely to be new but it is very well explained and the layout is excellent. If you are new to personal growth or having difficulty managing your life this book contains simple guidelines with easy to follow steps to help you get your life in balance. If you are more experienced in personal growth or self-coaching it is a helpful refresher but you may prefer to buy a book that delves deeper into the subject.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to implement strategies to perk up your life April 17 2008
By Joanna Daneman - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
There are 85 ideas in this book to reorganize and energize your life. This is not a system book-- you can pick and choose among the items to attack an area that needs work.

For example, there are hints for beating procrastination and moving out of a comfort zone (big moves) to little things like organizing your office (do it in small bites; reorganize a drawer by taking all of the items out and ONLY putting back the ones you need in that drawer.)

This is a really nice example of a self-improvement book that can be used and re-used because you don't have to reinvent yourself wholesale--just a bit at a time. Recommended.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stop living your job Jan. 17 2008
By April Mims - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This book details 85 simple strategies that readers can use to achieve work/life balance. This is a great book - easy to read and the strategies are really simple. The author presents many questions to consider and gives action tasks to help the reader get going. This is a great self-coaching book that will help readers to make the best use of their time, managage stress, and fulfill their potential.

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