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Bridges to Balance: 365 Ways to Balance Your Life and Achieve Your Goals Paperback – June 1, 1999

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"A Day does not pass that I do not read or re-read "Bridges to Balance." -- E. Johnson

"I appreciate your thoughts of #40, #37, and #103. I believe this book should be quite successful" -- N. Russell, First Union Small Business Capital

"Inspirational, and key information to help you through the day." -- J. Howell, Morning Sun Press

About the Author

Rick Griggs is an experienced trainer, speaker, consultant, and author. He founded Griggs Achievement in 1983 to research and present achievement principles and personal life balance. Six years later, in 1989, he started Tantalus Books (s division of Griggs Achievement) to offer vital books on management and career success.

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