Item description for On the Fly Guide to Balancing Work and Life (On The Fly Guide) by Bill Butterworth...
Overview This audiobook offers a humorous, inspiring look at how to set meaningful priorities, learn the discipline of endurance, and practice the art of pacing in order to successfully balance the challenges and opportunities of work and the rest of life.
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Format: Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
Studio: Oasis Audio
Running Time: 120.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.82" Width: 4.92" Height: 1.02" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher OASIS AUDIO #514
Series On The Fly Guide
ISBN 1598591525 ISBN13 9781598591521
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Butterworth
Bill Butterworth knows firsthand the process of working through a divorce. His extraordinary ability to blend humor, storytelling, wisdom, and practicality has made him one of the most sought after speakers in venues throughout North America. A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, he was on the counseling staff of Chuck Swindoll's Insight for Living for seven years and has authored over a dozen books. Bill lives with his wife, Kathi, in Newport Beach, California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about On the Fly Guide to Balancing Work and Life?
Excellent Insight -- the Only Pain is Applying It to My Life Oct 26, 2006
Bill Butterworth is an excellent writer and communicator. I've watched him hold an audience spell-bound with his storytelling. He uses the same power in his writing for this slim volume on balance between work and life.
You will smile and possibly laugh out loud at the personal stories then identify with the truth behind the story. In the opening chapter, Bill tells one of the most embarrassing experiences from his childhood--when he ran the 440 in a track and field event. He had no plan and didn't balance enough to finish the race. He writes toward the end of his opening chapter, "It is possible to be successful while at the same time maintaining balance between your personal and professional lives. Life is a marathon, my friend, and the key to any long-distance race is endurance. I hope this book will help more of you reach the finish line so that fewer of you will hit the wall at the 330-yard mark."
This book is part of Butterworth's on-the-fly guide series--or books designed to be completed on a short plane ride. The only challenge to you as a reader (and my own life) is faithfully applying the valuable lessons and insight--an every day decision.
I recommend this book. It's well worth your reading time.