7 edition of Having it all/having enough found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-190) and index.
|Statement||Deborah Lee ; with Cary Zellerbach ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HD4904.25 .L44 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||96036242|
This book shares the Anderson’s story of not buying non-consumable goods for a year in favor of having more experiences, which is interesting in and of itself. The part I liked best though is that the author organized it with principles and then worksheets at the end of each chapter and variety of ideas on how you could apply that principle. Buy a cheap copy of The Street Kid's Guide to Having It All book by John Assaraf. This is not another self-help book. It is a book about self, and how to unleash the physical and spiritual power within you to create the life of your dreams. Free shipping over $
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Having it All, Having Enough addresses the conflicts of parenting and work in the dual career family. The "how to" aspects of the book cover not only practical activities to negotiate for change at work and build networks for support, but more importantly, solid steps for managing the inner attitudinal work and the interpersonal work with one's /5(2).
"Having it All" is an excellent book on many levels. First of all, as some of the past reviewers mention, the book is written in such a way that it is easy to understand. Just enough scientific background without being boring or confusing.
Great personal stories and accounts of others experiences to be engaging. Offers a lot of answers to /5(). This book is a must read, it just shows you no matter how hard you are having it right now success is still possible for you and you will actually find out that the very same tough life you are having is the very same life providing you with the necessary training that you will later use to have it all.4/5.
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The term can be traced back to Helen Gurley Brown, the author of the renowned book Having It All: Love, Success, Sex, and If You’re Starting with Nothing, published in At the time of the book’s publishing, Brown had been the editor of Cosmopolitan magazine for nearly 20 years, and sought out to share her recipe for success.
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This New York Times Bestseller answers that question with a resounding YES. On page 9 Christy writes “Having it all isn’t the same as DOING it all” – the moment I read that, I was sucked in. Read this book AND take advantage of the Play Sheets at the end of each chapter (especially the one at the end of Chapter 3 – I guarantee that one alone will change everything for you).”.
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Having it all. The goal of the modern age. The benchmark every woman is supposed to strive for. We’re told it’s possible. And desirable. The ultimate success. But what if “having it all” isn’t enough. There is a darker side of success that no one talks about. Obviously, every woman’s idea of “having it all.
That's not surprising, is it? My dad never talked about "having it all." Having enough was his goal. He had neither the eloquence nor the self-awareness to .Brilliant Book!!!
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I highly recommend this book and the book .The Art of Not Having It All True Stories of Men, Sex, and Other Disasters (Book): Kite, Melissa: "A hilarious guide to not having it all, with vague instructions on what to do when you've dropped all the balls you ought to have kept in the air, perfect for fans of Caitlin Moran Does an exciting weekend for you mean scrubbing all the grouting in your bathroom with a toothbrush?