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The lifelong activist : how to change the world without losing your way

Author: Hillary Rettig
Publisher: New York : Lantern Books, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Are you an activist who is always scrambling for time--and maybe leaving some projects undone or poorly done? Do you procrastinate? Are you tired of being broke and always having to scramble for money? Does instability in your personal life affect your ability to do your work? Does your work interfere with your ability to have a healthy, stable personal life, including good personal relationships? Do you feel like  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Life skills guides
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hillary Rettig
ISBN: 1590560906 9781590560907
OCLC Number: 65201357
Description: xvi, 399 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I Managing Your Mission 1 --
Part II Managing Your Time 69 --
Part III Managing Your Fears 133 --
Part IV Managing Your Relationship with Self 235 --
Part V Managing Your Relationship with Others 263.
Responsibility: Hillary Rettig.
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Are you an activist who is always scrambling for time--and maybe leaving some projects undone or poorly done? Do you procrastinate? Are you tired of being broke and always having to scramble for money? Does instability in your personal life affect your ability to do your work? Does your work interfere with your ability to have a healthy, stable personal life, including good personal relationships? Do you feel like you might be burning out, or already have? Or are you the parent, partner or friend of an activist who worries about these things on behalf of your loved one? If you are, then The Lifelong Activist will help. It teaches activists how to avoid burnout by integrating activism consciously and joyfully into a well-balanced life. Its five sections--"Managing Your Mission"; "Managing Your Time"; "Managing Your Fears (a.k.a. Beating Procrastination)"; "Managing Your Relationship with Self" and "Managing Your Relationship with Others"--Offer easy and effective techniques to help vactivists make realistic choices that ensure their long-term happiness and productivity, and those on the verge of burnout reclaim their enthusiasm, passion, and joy. Written by a coach who has helped more than a thousand activists and others realize their dreams, The Lifelong Activist will help you take your activism to the next level, while at the same time helping you live a balanced, happy, and healthy life. - Publisher.

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