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Stress-Free Sustainability: Leverage Your Emotions, Avoid Burnout and Influence Anyone

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Do you want to make a difference yet face difficult circumstances, conflicting views, argumentative opposition, and emotional ups and downs? Have you ever been frustrated and on the verge of burnout trying to do good things in the world? Is a stress-free (and more effective) way to approach social and environmental action something that interests you? This stress manageme ...more
Kindle Edition, Kindle Book, 136 pages
Published October 2nd 2014
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Cyndie
Jun 11, 2016 Cyndie rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Cyndie by: Katie Benedetto Jones
If you ever wanted to make a difference but felt frustrated influencing those around you, this is the book for you. LOVED IT and excited to do some of the exercises with my brother. I was a little skeptical when he bragged how wonderful the book would be at the beginning, but he was completely right. A very helpful book that's not even a long read. Easy to get on the Kindle Store.
Oxana Gutu
Jan 10, 2016 Oxana Gutu rated it it was amazing
A useful reading for anyone involved in advocacy and campaigning for good causes. Project managers might find it handy, when implementing change and dealing with stakeholders. Contrary to first impressions, this book is not a biology book. Animal images are metaphors the author uses skillfully.
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