"Libraries would do well to purchase Optimal Living 360" - Library Journal
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"With humor and humility, Jain blends common sense with valuable research in this all-encompassing guide to life." - Foreword Reviews ★ ★ ★ ★
"[A] whirlwind of advice in his comprehensive debut guide to health and well-being." - Kirkus Reviews
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from the NFL, MLB, NBA, and PGA.
Jain expertly reframes the discussion of a well-rounded holistic life
and will be a tonic for those trying to align the need for satisfaction
with the realities of work and life." - Keith Ferrazzi, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Who's Got Your Back?
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From the Author
Preface (Excerpted from book)
Warning! I want to give you a
heads-up first before you read any further. This book may actually give
out too much information. Yes, that's right: TMI. Conventional wisdom
and rule of thumb suggest sticking to only a few topics. Guess what?
This is not your conventional book. I am not going to follow the herd on
Why not? Because we all live multidimensional
lives; as human beings we have a complex makeup in a very complex world.
We can't afford to be masters of one domain yet be completely deficient
or devoid in all the others. No one is perfect, including yours truly.
We all have our unique strengths and weaknesses. I have had my share of
life's blunders, tragedies, failures, or whatever you want to call them.
Yes, I have fallen on the mat quite a few times. Despite being battered
and bruised in the figurative sense, I have continued to pick myself
My journey of ups and downs has given me a greater
appreciation of life's many twists and turns. I have had to learn about
some of my own imperfections and insecurities. How does one deal with
and reconcile them? The fact is they simply aren't limited to one
particular category. In terms of spirituality and religion, I have had
times when I had internal conflicts and doubt to a point of existential
confusion. In terms of health, I have had a few scares along the way. My
relationships have come with their challenges as well as their rewards.
And, of course, I have not been immune to the recent economic storm.
do you navigate and survive this wilderness called life? There is so
much information out there, it's a bit overwhelming to try to gain
perspective and understanding. It's even more frustrating when you try
focusing on one problem but still need help with several other issues.
Who can you go to for help? What should you read? When I was in that
situation, I didn't want to walk out of a bookstore or library with ten
books on various self-improvement subjects. I wanted to find one book
that would give me a snapshot of life. I never found it--until now. It's
right here in your hands. You are holding it.
This book was
born from my own search for clarity and meaning. My goal is for you to
get the absolute maximum of information possible from it. In other words
I want you to have a very high return on investment (ROI). Toward that
end I've included everything but the kitchen sink in this book. I want
every page you turn to be of great value.
There are a lot
of areas to master. The point is not to be a superstar in everything. If
you are simply well informed, you will be able to reach levels of
mastery in several areas. Why not? We should all strive to find balance
in life and excel in as many areas as we possibly can. I have complete
confidence you can do this. We all have potential; by tapping into it,
our limits are boundless.
In reading this book, you have
taken the first step toward better living. However don't expect to make
wholesale changes overnight. It's a process. Rome wasn't built in one
day. This book is meant to kick-start your journey, to give you a few
pointers to build on. You will likely have to go back and reread and
review things on occasion. Once you start noticing positive results, I
am sure you will want to keep going. Even if you're not ready for
immediate change, simply being aware of the possibilities will help you
set future goals.