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Most of us are still waiting for our boss, our organization, our coworkers or our customers to change because we think that when they get it right, then we will be happy. The fact of the matter is that you are the CPO - Chief Paradise Officer - of your job. It's up to you to create the good life at work. The good news is that you can! The simple, five-step SHIFT technique is your Passport to Professional Paradise. More than just a clever memory tool, SHIFT will help you permanently change unproductive thoughts patterns, actions and habits so that you can experience less stress, more energy and remarkable results every day. "As a CEO, I've learned that t=only engaged employees can take your company to new heights. Every employee would be well served to utilize the techniques that Vicki Hess espouses in SHIFT to Professional Paradise. It's entertaining and easy to read and, more importantly, east to up into practice. I recommend it highly!" Donald H. Totter, President, The Make It Rain Group, Inc. "This book could not have come at a better time! My sales staff was entering into a new year filled with uncertainty, a tumbling economy, nothing but negativity on the nightly news...and me looking for creative ways to inspire sales when it appeared as if there were none to be had. Your book helped give my team new ways to tackle old problems and reminders to step back and think about what they really can control...I would recommend your book to anyone looking for a new way to present personal control over attitude and the positive impact on overall well-being." Patty North, CPC, Regional Manager Celebrity Staff
  • ISBN13: 9781453850862
  • Publisher: Createspace
  • Pubilcation Year: 2010
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00130
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FormatPaperback
Publication DateOctober 6, 2010
Pages130
Primary CategoryBusiness & Economics/Workplace Culture

Shift to Professional Paradise: 5 Steps to Less Stress, More Energy & Remarkable Results at Work

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