" - - - And
yet every goal has a price. Being the first up the mountain has
its moment of glory, but then the only way forward is down. Goal-driven
people can be narrow-minded as well as single-minded: they tend
to be restless, fidgety people who can be very difficult to be
around. They may achieve their goal and only then discover the
high price they have paid to get there."
This book is about getting more
pleasure and less pain by making better decisions. It is designed
to be practical, with a minimum of theory and only a sprinkling
This book will help you to:
develop more trust in your
identify your strengths, skills
banish stress from your life
motivate yourself - and other
make sound decisions based
on your core values
develop a clear, meaningful
direction for your life
become more fully the person
you want to be
Thinking: How to make life decisions you can live with is
based on Phil Chandler's experiences during seven years spent
running courses for people with disabilities and depression.
During that time, hundreds of people found new ways to deal
with their life challenges, many finding employment again after
long periods out of work.
This book takes a sympathetic and holistic approach
to personal growth. It is designed to help you shift the direction
of your thinking towards what you really want to have, to be and
to do, and to make better decisions based on your true values.