The Power of Full Engagement
Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz
A self-improvement book on a very cellular level.
Energy is neither created nor destroyed. It is rather transformed, transferred, or cycled. The best thing we can do is learn how to manage our energy, work on not sabotaging ourselves, and refine some habits that will improve our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energy. (Lots of series in that set of sentences)
This book is so full of great information that you will need to buy a copy so you can either mark in it or put MANY post-it notes in it to go back later and revisit. Besides they have a resource section that is chucked full of nuggets too numerous to mention. There is an interesting personal development plan at the end that looks very valuable so you will want to have your own copy. Follow the LINK at the end of review
Not only will you find this research and experimental material very intriguing but you will also enjoy the case studies of relatable people. Makes me feel as if these tweaks in our daily lives are attainable.
Bottom line: This book has lots of great tried and true ideas for how to maintain our energy levels so that we can stretch our happiness over the course of our lives. That is reason right there. Very cerebral but not over your head. You will need a pencil or a set of post its.
Rating for me : 5 post its
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