Inner Excellence at Work

Inner Excellence at Work

The Path to Meaning, Spirit, and Success

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Many people are finding that working harder and smarter no longer guarantees success, and that by sacrificing their personal values and quality-of-life concerns to ambition and success, they've taken the meaning and spirit out of both their personal lives and their work.

It doesn't have to be that way -- values and personal desires need not conflict with ambition and success. In fact, with Inner Excellence at Work, author Carol Orsborn demonstrates that by nurturing these very qualities, people can achieve their greatest success. Using the seven principles found in this life-improving guide, readers will: Work less but achieve more -- Learn to tap into new sources of inspiration, creativity, and vitality -- Change their beliefs about business and life and the way they manage their careers -- for the better -- Find lasting happiness and success in chaotic, unstable times.

Publisher: New York :2000. AMACOM,
ISBN: 9780585114521
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvii, 190 pages)


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