Description : In a world where fear, crisis, and insufficiency dominate the media and many personal lives, the notion of claiming contentment may seem fantastic or even heretical. Yet finding sufficiency right where you stand may be the answer to a world obsessed with lack. In his warm, down-to-earth, and believable style, Alan Cohen offers fresh, unique, and uplifting angles on coming to peace with what is before you and turning mundane situations into opportunities to gain wisdom, power, and happiness that does not depend on other people or conditions. Peppered with many true-life anecdotes and inspiring examples, Enough Already embraces the desire for change and improvement as part of the journey. Sometimes getting fed up with situations that are not working delivers the impetus to create better ones. You will be moved, illuminated, and tickled to find that what you seek may already be within your grasp and surely within your potential. If contentment is radical, then this book may well spur a revolution of well-being!
Description : The bestselling author of "It's All Too Much" and "Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat?" returns with this new work that helps readers work through physical, mental, and emotional clutter in order to regain their balance and to live their lives to the fullest.
Description : Mike Iamele, a clinical herbalist, wellness coach, and regular contributor to national entrepreneurial and wellness publications, experienced his own brush with burnout and a resulting health scare at the ripe age of 24, explores how to define success on our own terms. Now that Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker share superstar status with LeBron James and Beyoncé, it's clear that our culture sets kids up to aspire to astronomical business success at a young age. As a result, a generation of people just starting out in the workforce are burning out and making themselves sick. Enough Already is the battle cry for a new generation of success seekers. It captures the fire and spirit of anyone who is fed up with the dysfunctional pressures of success. Through brutally honest confessions, and an unmistakable voice, Iamele challenges what it means to be successful and maps out a plan for making a life of meaning and impact while avoiding burnout. Enough Already asks us to consider: ,li>What is success? What does it smell like? Feel like? Taste like? How many hours will you work? How will you let people treat you? How will you treat others? How will you treat your body?What things could you stay up all night talking about? What things do you seem to have endless energy to do?How can you play nice with stress?How can you get over the fear of offending?What is failure? Why do you think of it that way?What do you want to add to the world? What's stopping you? Iamele challenges us to take back control of our lives and to chart our own successful path to happiness.
Description : This program is for anyone who has had enough of dieting. It is a journey for those who want to reclaim their health, vitality, faith and happiness in life and in themselves. Better than a double scoop of peanut butter swirl ice cream, these pages show you how you can lose weight, live vibrantly and begin to relish life. Losing weight is not the key to happiness and success. The true secret is reclaiming yourself and celebrating all that you are. Enough Already! seeks to help you lose weight with good whole foods and nurturing exercise, but it also guides you to keep the weight from returning and soothes the soul by addressing the very reasons for shovelling down a double pepperoni pizza to begin with. It then helps you take the steps to begin living as you are meant to right now—not when you get to size six or eight. What are you waiting for?
Description : This book is about finding power through faith in Christ to overcome the challenges that come through life. It is my hope that this testimony of faith will bless and encourage all who read it.
Description : Enough Already! is an easy read that educates alcoholics and addicts on precisely what to do to get and stay sober. After learning about the disease of alcoholism/addiction and time-tested tools of recovery, the reader is introduced to relapse prevention strategies, the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step programs, and coping skills to deal with uncomfortable emotions that often lead to drug and alcohol use. This is followed by specific instructions on how to get started in recovery and a final inspiring chapter entitled "The Miracle." Having years of sobriety and experience in the field of chemical dependency, Bob presents the information in this book drawing from personal and professional perspectives. Therefore, the reader learns the principles of sobriety and how to apply them in daily living through Bob's candid self-disclosure - a unique quality of this book.
Description : Heather Wynn is on a mission to transform the conversation about women and fitness. She knows you can’t hate your body into true health. Instead, through the practices in this book, you’ll learn to make sane and lasting health and physique changes and finally arrive at a place of peace and love - of which you’ve been worthy all along. Heather’s insightful anecdotes from her personal journey as well as her professional work with clients, help us recognize the absurdity of the expectations for our bodies that we allow outside influences to determine for us, and the type of lifestyle we think we need to live in order to be healthy and fit. After reading this book you will feel empowered to step off the diet roller coaster for good, quiet the negative voices, and reclaim your life and health. The best part? Heather will give you the tools to do it! (From the Foreword by Molly Galbraith)
Description : Most North Americans are overspent, overtired, overweight and overworked and believe that more money, more stuff, more time, more of everything will lead to more happiness. In this anti–retirement guide for the boomer generation, Bruce O’Hara dismisses this idea and offers seven keys to happiness in the second half of life. Instead of working too much now so you can stop entirely later, why not enjoy retirement’s best benefits — spare time and financial freedom — immediately, while avoiding the ennui and loss of purpose that can cloud your golden years? O’Hara looks at research on the happiest and longest–lived seniors to understand how it is some people manage to live comparatively long, enjoyable, and useful lives. He peppers this engaging, lively and grounded call to arms with accounts of himself, his friends and neighbours to point out the kind of lives we could be leading – and why we don’t.