Beth Day




“You once again show one of your greatest gifts–putting into words what others cannot. You identify the ‘essence’ of both people and situations. Thank you for drawing attention to the prevalence of ‘I’m here, but I’m not really here’ issue in the workplace. Thank you for shooting holes in the work/life balance theory. There are many things in this book that I need to hear. One was that I could stand to get rid of my ‘all-or-nothing’ attitude. You must have written the ‘all-or-nothing’ attitude with me in mind, because I’ve been calling myself ‘The All or Nothing Girl’ for years. I think this may go along with ‘end the search for perfection’ (p. 81). I always enjoy your humor. This book gave me both great belly-laughs and tearful thoughts. The examples and personal stories are what really resonate with the heart. They provide the energy to perform the ‘activities’ throughout the book.”

© Copyright 2000 - 2016 Andrea Kay. All rights reserved.

I want you to be able to search and share information on my site. That's why I offer this feature below so you can refer this page to your friends. However, all of my content, including these articles, are copyrighted and may not be sold, transferred, published, displayed or distributed for any other purpose. See Terms of Use for more information.

 













Talking about workin’ for a living with WGRR hosts Janeen Coyle and Chris O’Brien.