Better Because of You

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Bending New Corners Press, 2009 - Self-Help - 107 pages
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Better Because of You is a book that shows you how to make life just a little bit better. Read true-to-life, inspirational stories to make a big difference in these 7 areas: Health, Wealth, Wisdom, Work, Play, Others, and Service. Authors Ginny and Cathy are successful Fortune 100 executives making a positive difference in the world. They share 3 core beliefs based on the valuable (and humorous) lessons they learned in the corporate world, marriage, and raising children. It's essential reading for anyone looking for simple insights on leading a happier life. It shows how you, as one individual, can be an irresistible force for change.

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First of all, I love these kinds of books. There is nothing more rewarding than opening up a book like this and reading an inspirational quote or short narrative to either start your day or while ... Read full review

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First of all, I love these kinds of books. There is nothing more rewarding than opening up a book like this and reading an inspirational quote or short narrative to either start your day or while sitting at the red light. In our busy worlds, either in family life or business, we need to take time-out and center ourselves. Ginny Hutchinson and Cathy Haffner certainly help us do that.
But, there is more to this book. They also give us tips; for e.g., "Smile, It's Contagious," or, how to "Take a Stand and Set Boundaries."
This book is in my purse, and I encourage you to keep yours there too. At times of distress, pulling it out and reading something inspirational, will make a difference of how to act or react. Let's make this world a better place, starting within ourselves and making it "better because of you."
 

About the author (2009)

CATHY HAFFNER and GINNY HUTCHINSON are co-founders of Better Because LLC, a positive media company, whose mission is to make life a little better. Proceeds from product sales provide education for children in need around the world. They are successful Fortune 100 executives now in their Second Act, who learned valuable (and humorous) lessons from their careers, twenty-year marriages, and their children.

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