The High Achiever's Guide to Happiness

The High Achiever's Guide to Happiness

Book - 2006
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′The High Achiever′s Guide to Happiness is a very practical book that provides both a strategic framework to understand why high achievers do what they do as well as plenty of real life examples on how to achieve the right work/life balance in your own life. I found this to be a refreshing reminder of what′s really important in my own life as well as what I need to do to keep it all in perspective. Highly recommended reading.′

-Kip Knight, Vice President, Marketing

eBay, Inc.

`...a great reference to get people thinking about themselves and their professional happiness. A school leader could use this information with teachers, students, parent groups, and community groups.′

-Gwen Gross, Superintendent

Manhattan Beach Unified School District, CA

`This book makes a contribution to the entire world. From educators to professionals in any work organizations, all would benefit from putting the practices in this book into their lives.′

-Kim Boelkes, Principal

Eastview Elementary School, Canton, IL

`The authors got me thinking about my own life purpose, for whom I am living, and my vision. I found the strategies useful and positive!′

-Gail Houghton, Chair/Associate Professor

Department of Educational Leadership

School of Education & Behavorial Studies

Azusa Pacific University

Do you feel that happiness and fulfillment are still missing even after reaching the high goals you set for yourself?

You′re not alone. According to research by well-known educator and life coach to Fortune 500 leaders, Vance Caesar, only 8 percent of high achievers feel happy and fulfilled. This simple, straightforward, easy-to-reference guide explores the profile of a high achiever and provides tools throughout for improving one′s own leadership style and incorporating more happiness along the way. The authors provide leaders and aspiring leaders with seven keys to gain fulfillment in all areas of life, including one′s career:

Discovering and articulating your life Purpose

Possessing a Vision to set your direction

Attitudes and beliefs for finding Meaningful Work

Developing Energizing Relationships

Creating Peace in your life

Reviewing, Renewing, and Recommitting to your purpose

Forming the habits of Discipline

Filled with personal anecdotes, thought-provoking examples and questions, reflection exercises, and easy-to-implement models, this inspirational resource is a must for those interested in more deeply connecting personal values, vision, and satisfaction to life and work and modeling that connection for others. This is a book you will return to again and again as your personal life coach!

Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press, c2006
ISBN: 9781412916134
Call Number: 650.1 C116h
Characteristics: xvi, 167 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Caesar, Carol Ann

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