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You Don't Have to Go Home from Work Exhausted!: A Program to Bring Joy, Energy, and Balance to Your Life Paperback – September 1, 1992
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--Bernie S. Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine and Miracles
"Ann McGee-Cooper shows how a job can be a source of fellowship, zest, pride, fun, and individual expression."
--Herb Kelleher, President, CEO, and chairman of the Board, Southwest Airlines Co.
"This is a charming, delightful book that will entertain as well as give invaluable advice on managing your life."
--Tony Buzan, founder of Brain Clubs International and author of Use Both Sides of Your Brain
"Ann McGee-Cooper explodes the myths that so many of us have lived with. Her ideas on Energy Engineering offer the opportunity of exponential payout."
--Leslie G. McCraw, Chairman and CEO, Fluor Corporation
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Do you find yourself dragging out of bed each morning and dragging yourself to work? Do you come home at night and collapse in front of the TV? Do you feel as though your job is your life... or your life is a job?
Here's your personal power pack!
Plug into this action resource and discover how to recharge your batteries at a moment's notice. This practical, one-of-a-kind program is based on fascinating new research - from brain science to stress reduction - and has been tested extensively by the author's leading corporate clients. Open to any page and you'll find a wealth of creative ideas and strategies that can help turn your life around.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book should be required reading for every worker, manager and supervisor.
It was not too long ago that a 30 hour work week was predicted to become the norm for most US whitecollar workers. The average workweek today is almost 50 hours long. Layoffs, downsizing and the fears these management strategies instill have caused people to put in more and more time to survive, hoping to stay ahead of the next cutback.
This book explains why that reasoning is not only wrong, but achieves just the opposite result. This book suggests that a worker who goes home on time and has fun both on and off the job is more creative, more productive, and more successful.
A radical concept well worth exploring.
I recommend this book all the time to colleagues, patients and students. And I'm now buying a copy for my teenaged daughter, a competitive athlete who is combatting burnout. These skills should be graduation requirements for every high school student.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not true if you work in today's public educational system where on'e intelligence and morality are insulted daily.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fabulous Book!!! I read it many years ago and just bought it for my son who graduated from college and has a real job now. Read morePublished on June 20, 2011 by suezq
I love reading books like this, but not this one. It's fair. It had a few good tips, but I was glad to finish it and start a new one.Published on June 16, 2011 by Tom