Sunday, November 2, 2014

Flip Brown, Author of Balanced Effectiveness at Work: How to Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor Without Driving Yourself Nuts

self help, work, stress, balance, psychology, business

Today we are interviewing Flip Brown, author of the non-fiction and business self-help book Balanced Effectiveness at Work: How to Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor Without Driving Yourself Nuts.

Tell us a bit about your book.
My book is a non-fiction business and self-help book.
 Balanced Effectiveness at Work: How to Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor Without Driving Yourself Nuts is a resiliency manual for anyone who works for a living.

Within each chapter there are conceptual definitions, sample scenarios, frank assessments, “Flip’s Tips,” action plans for real traction, and positive reinforcement. The book addresses the chronic dissatisfaction that comes from being in a crazy-paced, priority-confusing, soul-sapping workplace. With a light-hearted but in-depth look at twenty-four wide-ranging topics, presented in a unique news-you-can-use format, it will provide you with real options, helpful resources, and renewed optimism.

Balanced Effectiveness at Work has five pages of endorsements from over 25 key authors, thought-leaders, and business executives including The New York Times bestselling authors Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Albion. International endorsements have been received from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, and Dubai.


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