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Declutter Your Life
by Gill Hasson

Take back your space, your time and your mind to live your authentic life.

You have too many commitments in your life and too much stuff in your home. It’s no wonder you feel overwhelmed and stressed out. You don’t need to just throw out a few bits and bobs; you need to declutter your life!

Our homes and workspace are a mirror of what’s happening inside us, Declutter Your Life explains how you can change your relationship with the things you own. Instead of being weighed down with objects and possessions that keeps you stuck in the past, you can learn to think about your things in a new light; in a way that’s constructive and helpful to you.

There are plenty of ideas, advice, tips and techniques to help you. You’ll discover how outer order leads to inner calm. Declutter Your Life explains how the principles and steps taken to clear and simplify your living space can improve not just your home but also other aspects of your life; your work, relationships and general wellbeing.

An ordered environment leads to ordered thinking. When you stop allowing your life to revolve around things that don’t matter, you instantly gain the time, space and energy to focus on the things that do. Declutter Your Life will help you to:

  • Let go of guilt and get rid of the emotional baggage that keeps you stuck in the past
  • Feel less overwhelmed and stressed
  • Clear out your unnecessary commitments
  • Simplify and improve your work life
  • Declutter your relationships

Simple living doesn’t end at home. Declutter Your Life shows you how to reclaim your space, your time and your mind to achieve the life you want to live.


Life’s Bulldozer Moments
by Donato Tramuto

Donato Tramuto felt bulldozed by life as a child when he lost most of his hearing to an ear infection that left him isolated and treated as a failure. A succession of tragedies rocked his world, including a last minute decision to change his plans to fly out of Logan Airport on 9/11 on the same LA-bound flight that claimed the lives of his close friends. In this poignant and penetrating book, Tramuto, a successful health care entrepreneur and global philanthropist, recounts the business and life lessons he learned and shows that adversity can lead to success. He shows anyone bulldozed by life how to pull themselves out of the rubble, dust themselves off and find meaning and purpose.

Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment
by Graham Dickson, Bill Tholl

Globally, the health sector faces significant demands for reform and improvement to meet the needs of the 21st Century. To achieve that goal, highly sophisticated and capable leaders are required across all dimensions of the health system. This book describes the key challenges that demand reform, why better leadership is the source code for better system performance, and the issues that stand in the way of getting that leadership. It includes substantive treatment of the modern democratic challenges that healthcare leaders face; and the essence of what it means to be a leader in today’s world. The essence of leadership itself is described, and the case made for the need for people to use the workplace as the place to develop leadership rather than relying solely on formal programs. It will also outline a self-directed learning process that any individual leader—citizen, clinician, or senior executive—can use to develop their own leadership capability, and thus become more active as a leader of change. This book addresses the need for leaders to think on a system-wide scale. A second part of the book focuses primarily on the Canadian Health system and LEADS in a Caring Environment capabilities framework, and the link between LEADS and frameworks in Australia and the UK. LEADS was developed through a partnership between members of the Healthcare Leaders Association of British Columbia and the Canadian College of Health Leaders, the Canadian Health Leadership Network and Royal Roads University. Currently it is stewarded by a not-for-profit collaboration that has endorsed LEADS as an evidence-informed set of national expectations for Canadian health leaders. LEADS has been endorsed by many health organizations in almost all provinces in Canada as a foundation for their talent management programs in leadership (development and succession planning). The book will address the research foundations for the LEADS framework; how it was developed; the framework’s contents; its congruence with other national frameworks, and how LEADS can be used as a model to envisage and plan change.


Where Memory Leads
by Saul Friedländer

In this sequel to the classic work of Holocaust literature When Memory Comes, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian returns to memoir to recount this tale of intellectual coming-of-age on three continents

Forty years after his acclaimed, poignant first memoir, Friedländer returns with WHEN MEMORY COMES: THE LATER YEARS, bridging the gap between the ordeals of his childhood and his present-day towering reputation in the field of Holocaust studies. After abandoning his youthful conversion to Catholicism, he rediscovers his Jewish roots as a teenager and builds a new life in Israeli politics.

Friedländer’s initial loyalty to Israel turns into a lifelong fascination with Jewish life and history. He struggles to process the ubiquitous effects of European anti-Semitism while searching for a more measured approach to the Zionism that surrounds him. Friedländer goes on to spend his adulthood shuttling between Israel, Europe, and the United States, armed with his talent for language and an expansive intellect. His prestige inevitably throws him up against other intellectual heavyweights. In his early years in Israel, he rubs shoulders with the architects of the fledgling state and brilliant minds such as Gershom Scholem and Carlo Ginzburg, among others.

Most importantly, this memoir led Friedländer to reflect on the wrenching events that induced him to devote sixteen years of his life to writing his Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945.


In Life-In Death-He Leads
by Bruce Blair

Bruce Blair was born into a South Dakota farming family experiencing the Dust Bowl, the Great Depression, locust plagues, and storms that stole the harvests on which the family depended. After marriage and the loss of a newborn son, another son, Larry, was found to have a life-threatening heart defect. Out of this dark time came a searching for life’s meaning and spiritual rebirth.

From then till now, miracles followed Bruce and his family. God spared Larry’s life from drowning and later provided a bumper harvest to pay for an expensive operation. God protected him financially when his loaned, uninsured farm truck collided with a car. Bruce himself was buried alive when a pipe ditch collapsed. God directed the rescue of a friend from financial ruin leading him to a life of ministry. His story of a barren cow and a foreign mission is an amazing proof that God exists. In his eighties a serious fall down a flight of stairs brought an unexpected and miraculous outcome.

In Life–in Death–He Leads reveals the unsearchable riches of Christ that are available on one’s journey through life. Biblical references, mostly from the King James Version of the Bible, and Christian living principles are cited.


Reflection of a Life That Leads to Greatness
by Ms. Corkisha Pledgure


Follow Where the Light Leads– Life and Teachings of Robert Wolfe
by Rafael Stoneman

Robert Wolfe is the author of several best selling books on nonduality, the perception of the undivided nature of life. He came to this perception on retreat in the redwood forests of California after intense study and meditation. This book is also the personal inner memoir of a California original spiritual philosopher during a time of awakening. –Amazon.

Everything Leads to You
by Nina LaCour

Just out of high school, Emi Price is a talented young set designer already beginning to thrive in the L.A. film scene. But her artistic eye has failed her in one key area: helping her to design a love life that’s more than make-believe. Then she finds a mysterious letter at an estate sale, and it sends her chasing down the loose ends of a movie icon’s hidden life. And along the way, she finds Ava, and at long last, Emi’s own hidden life begins to bloom.

From the bestelling, award-winning author of We Are Okay and Hold Still.


The Past Leads a Life of Its Own
by Wayne Fields

With all the beauty and wisdom of his acclaimed What the River Knows, Wayne Fields, in his first work of fiction, recaptures an American boyhood and explores the subtle and devious ways in which memory keeps the past alive in all of us, ceaselessly transforming the present. The Past Leads a Life of Its Own, informed by the double presence of a young boy and the man he becomes, is a poignant remembering of a childhood. Rooted in the rural and small-town landscape of America’s youth, these closely interlinked fictions tell the eternal human story of what a child learns–what the young must always learn–as he watches his elders struggle to survive. For Lonnie, the boy in these stories, there are painful, inescapable lessons: the discovery of death as idea and as fact, the anguish of his father’s search for work in hard times, the growing awareness of his parents’ vulnerability. There are, too, the memories that will sustain him all his life–his mother’s love and dependability, his father’s dignity in adversity, his dying grandfather’s invaluable lesson. There are the dawning possibilities of a world beyond the boundaries of his family. And always, there is the glory and mystery of nature and its creatures. Crafted from remnants of memory and, like a splendid patchwork quilt, forming a larger, coherent whole, The Past Leads a Life of Its Own is about the epiphanies that form a character and shape a life–fragments of the children we were that will neither go away nor grow up, that even in adulthood can render us childlike, powerless and uncertain. It travels into that territory of the soul, those collected moments of recognition, that transform us forever, yet change little or nothing. Inits sweet, plain, powerful language, its unflinching acceptance of the hard truths of existence, its reverence for the natural world, The Past Leads a Life of Its Own is sure to enlarge the warmly enthusiastic readership Wayne Fields found for What the River Knows.

How Remarkable Women Lead
by Joanna Barsh, Susie Cranston, Geoffrey Lewis

The Remarkable discoveries about what drives and sustains successful women leaders.

Based on five years of proprietary research, How Remarkable Women Lead speaks to you as no other book has, with its hopeful outlook and unique ideas about success. It’s the new “right stuff” of leadership, raising provocative issues such as whether feminine leadership traits (for women and men) are better suited for our fast-changing, hyper-competitive, and increasingly complex world.

The authors, McKinsey & Company consultants Joanna Barsh and Susie Cranston, establish the links between joy, happiness, and distinctive performance with the groundbreaking model of Centered Leadership.

The book’s personal stories and related insights show you the magic that happens when you put the five elements of Centered Leadership–meaning, framing, connecting, engaging, and energizing–to work. They include:

• How Alondra de la Parra built on her strengths and passions to infuse her life with meaning and make her way in the male-dominated world of orchestra conducting
• How Andrea Jung, the CEO of Avon, avoided a downward spiral when the company turned down by “firing herself” on Friday and re-emerging on Monday as the “new” turnaround CEO
• How Ruth Porat’s sponsors at Morgan Stanley not only helped her grow but were also her ballast for coping with difficult personal and professional times
•How Eileen Naughton recovered after losing her dream job, landing on her feet at Google and open to a new leadership opportunity
• How Julie Coates of Woolworth’s Australia makes energy key to her professional success, with reserves for her “second shift” as wife and mother

How Remarkable Women Lead is both profoundly moving and actionable. Woman or man, you’ll find yourself in its pages and emerge with a practical plan for breaking through at both work and in life.

From the Hardcover edition.


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