Easier by Chris Westfall
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Are you looking for fresh tactics for a better work-life balance? If so then you definitely need to read Easier by Chris Westfall. In this book, Chris Westfall discusses his transformative strategies for today’s ever-evolving, and over-stressed, workforce. Keep reading to find out more about this book.
Easier by Chris Westfall
I am guilty of letting work take over my life sometimes. I even use voice notes as I am cooking or doing housework so as to not fall behind. I was definitely in need of tactics for a better work-life balance. In his book Easier: 60 Ways to Make Your Work Life Work for You Chris Westfall absolutely delivers.
This book resonated with me in a way that I couldn’t have imagined. Once I started reading it I could not put it down! This is a well-written exceptional book that I feel everyone should read. Chris Westfall says that anything in life can be made easier, and in this book, he shares exactly how that works.
60 Unexpected Ways That Make Achieving Success and Fulfillment Easier
Regardless of your profession, there are deadlines, expectations, relationships, and — inevitably — conflict. What if every day could feel like a lazy Sunday afternoon when getting something done means doing it with a complete economy of action — putting in the minimal amount of effort needed for maximum results?
While there are no shortcuts in life, there are ways to make things easier, and that is the brilliant simplicity at the core of business coach and bestselling author Chris Westfall’s new book, Easier: 60 Ways to Make Your Work Life Work for You.
“The obligations are the obligations; the duties are the duties; the deadlines are the deadlines; the sharks are still the sharks. But when you show up differently, the conversation can change,” Westfall said in a recent interview.
In Easier, Westfall delivers potent strategies aimed at helping everyone — from leaders to entrepreneurs to athletes — overcome distractions, deal with difficult people, and be easier on themselves, all while channeling peak performance.
Easier is written in a narrative style reminiscent of The Go-Giver, The Goal, or Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Westfall’s book unfolds as a conversation between the client and his coach, where new ideas and new possibilities emerge from the most unlikely places. The client is frustrated with work and ready to quit. He wants to know why he can’t seem to get ahead, and he’s looking for the courage to start something new. Little does he know, his pink slip will arrive in five days.
From this life-after-career-death story, new discoveries bloom, revealing 60 insights into resilience, resourcefulness, self-leadership, and more. With each new concept, readers will find their perspectives shifting, from “How do I get through this?” to “What can I get from this?”
“They say there’s nothing that can stop an idea whose time has come,” Westfall added. “People around the world are looking for more personal freedom, more encouragement, and more possibility. Easier is the hold-your-handbook to a new way of looking at life, especially when you are facing hard times. The Great Resignation isn’t so great if you don’t understand how to make your life, your work, and your relationships … easier.”
You can find Easier: 60 Ways to Make Your Work Life Work for You on Amazon and your favorite bookseller.
About the Author
Chris Westfall is one of the most sought-after business coaches and keynote speakers in the world. He has helped launch over five dozen businesses and has appeared on ABC NEWS, NBC TV, and CNN. A regular contributor to Forbes, he has worked with thousands of leaders at Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, and high-tech startups. A coach to entrepreneurs and executives around the globe, his clients have appeared on Shark Tank, Dragon’s Den, and Shark Tank-Australia. He regularly consults with top-tier universities and is the author of three other books, including Leadership Language.
For more information, please visit http://westfallonline.com or http://easier-book.com. You can also follow Westfall on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.