The Rhythm of Life: An Antidote for Our Busy Age

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Beacon Publishing, 1999 - Reference - 253 pages
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Once in a while, perhaps every ten years or so, a book comes along that perfectly defines the problems of an age and provides appropriate solutions to those problems. This is that book. Beginning with his own remarkable story of how his rise as an internationally renowned speaker and author became a roller-coaster ride, and ultimately a personal crisis, Matthew Kelly sets the stage to examine the lifestyle issues that characterize our age.

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Great insights that just ring true. - Goodreads
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He inspires and his writing flows. - Goodreads
His beliefs and advice are right in tune with mine. - Goodreads

Review: The Rhythm of Life: Living Every Day with Passion and Purpose

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Read this book about 9 years ago. Reading it again. One oaf my favorite books. Read full review

Review: The Rhythm of Life: Living Every Day with Passion and Purpose

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Helped me realize that while I'm exceeding my potential professionally, my emotional/interpersonal health has suffered for a while. Giving myself space and time to reflect on said lessons has been ... Read full review

Contents

Crisis
3
What Do You Want From Life?
19
Who Are You?
45
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Since 1993, Matthew Kelly, a native of Sydney, Australia, has written eight books and spoken to two million people in 50 countries.

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