Get a Life Without Sacrificing Your Career: How to Make More Time for What's Really Important

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Business & Economics - 295 pages
Do you remember leisure--fondly? Do you you remember when there was time to stop and smell the flowers and to evaluate what was really worth doing? NOT just another guide to cramming ever more activities into a an already busy packed schedule, this book shows busy professionals how to: Discover your real priorities and follow your star to fulfillmentloosen the constrictive bonds of obligationremove negatives from your life to make room for happinessWith inspiration, wisdom, and verve, this book treats time as the profound gift it is. An internationally recognized communications expert and writer of 28 books, Dianna Booher gives you the practical suggestions for handling the complexities of life and finding real joy.

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Get a life without sacrificing your career: how to make more time for what's really important

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Booher (Communicate with Confidence, McGraw, 1994) offers here a potpourri of tips on saving time and getting your priorities straight at work and home. From changing definitions of success to sorting ... Read full review


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Dianna Booher has published over 37 books and is the founder and CEO of her own training firm, Booher Consultants, Inc. She has worked with 25 of the 50 largest corporations in America and 227 of the Fortune 500 companies. She is a Certified Speaking Professional, a designation held by fewer than 300 professionals the world.

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