Getting Past OK: The Self-Help Book for People Who Don't Need Help (Google eBook)

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Hay House, Inc, Dec 29, 2009 - Self-Help - 211 pages
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Richard Brodie dropped out of Harvard to join the computer revolution and write the first version of Microsoft Word. Then, burned-out helping Microsoft achieve its phenomenal success, he quit and embarked on an equally intense search for a more meaningful life. For three years Richard mined the wisdom of famed self-improvement seminars and workshops. Most of all, he wanted to discover why life seemed to coast along at either an OC OKOCO level or plummet into OC the pits, OCO spending so little time in true satisfaction and fulfillment. In this book, he shares the results of his odyssey, providing a step-by-step guide for discovering your own individual formula for long-term success and happiness. It gives you all the tools you need to find yourself, take charge, and get past OK."
  

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Ever ask yourself what you should be doing with your life? Richard provides great lessons and processes for figuring out how to define your core, essential needs from life, whether it be professional ... Read full review

Review: Getting Past OK: The Self-Help Book for People Who Don't Need Help

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Ever ask yourself what you should be doing with your life? Richard provides great lessons and processes for figuring out how to define your core, essential needs from life, whether it be professional ... Read full review

Contents

This Is Your Life
3
Choices
11
Nature Nurture and Culture
21
Models and Truth
29
Fear and Purpose
45
Thats Life
53
LiBeRTY
57
Peace and Freedom
59
Commitment
131
The PURSUiT oF haPPiNeSS
141
The Key Question
143
A Life Purpose
151
Success
157
Fulfillment
169
Resolving Conflicts
177
Big Meaningful Relationships
185

Honesty
67
Procrastination
77
Perfectionism
87
Power
93
Breaking Patterns
103
SelfFulfilling Prophecy
113
Communication and Feedback
119
Pitfalls
191
Happily Ever After
199
Acknowledgments
203
Index
205
About the Author
211
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