Item description for WINNING AT WORK WITHOUT LOSING AT LOVE by Stephen Arterburn...
Overview For those readers who are struggling with an imbalance between their home life and work life, Stephen Arterburn, cofounder of the Minirth Meier New Life Clinics, reveals 10 cutting-edge insights for gaining and maintaining a life-nurturing balance. He spotlights the eight greatest dangers to successful balance and shows exactly how to overcome each one.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 6" Height: 0.67" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785200169 ISBN13 9780785200161 UPC 020049056080
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More About Stephen Arterburn
Steve Arterburn is host of "New Life Live!", a radio and television program distributed across the country. He is a best-selling author with more than eight million books in print. He is also founder of Women of Faith(R), a conference attended by more than four million women since its inception. Steve also serves as the teaching pastor of Heartland Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Stephen Arterburn currently resides in Laguna Beach Los Angeles Lagun, in the state of California. Stephen Arterburn was born in 1953.
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Reviews - What do customers think about WINNING AT WORK WITHOUT LOSING AT LOVE?
Very Inspiring! Jul 16, 2005
This book supplies you with the tools for an effective reflective life. It is holistic in helping you to see the necessity of balancing all the myriad aspects which overlap and compete for resources. One particularly helpful feature is the series of questions he has about one's past, present, and future.
A substantial part of the book deals with perception. How one interprets circumstances is vital to achieving goals. Another topic addressed in depth is balancing money and relationships. On the issue of financial stewardship he includes both saving and giving. In a similar way, he discusses how maturity includes a holistic and comprehensive approach to handling long term financial considerations, including preparing for loved ones after one's death. My own parents are excellent role models for this, just as his, based on what he says in this book. Along those lines, I want to have the goals similar to what he implies for himself. I want to leave a complete legacy for my children, including financial, spiritual, and social.
This book will not produce shallow worldly results! Jun 25, 1998
This book is probably in contrast to the "Seven Habits" book because this book is desiring to give a person "Biblical Spiritual Truths" which are so often in contrast to what the "world" is trying to sell you. This is NOT a "get rich quick" book and if that is all you are after, you will indeed be disapointed. But if instead you are tired of the "rat race" to get to the top, find out how to truly get to the TOP!!
"For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world but lose his soul."
This book promises more than it delivers. Jul 3, 1997
I expected this book to provide guidance on achieving ever-increasing career success without impeding one's marital harmony. In that sense, I felt like I wasted my money on this book. A much better choice would be Stephen Covey's Seven Habits. Arterburn talks too much about himself and doesn't tie it into how the average person could use the techniques. It's a great title, but the book doesn't deliver