What's Important Now
Shedding The Past So You Can Live In The Present
by John Kuypers
Over a seven-year period of real-life trial and error, leadership guru John Kuypers discovered the six secrets to trusting yourself enough to start living now the life you were born to live. This is a timeless classic on how to live in the present as the best means in the world to be true to yourself, get over past hurts and get clear about what you need to do for YOU now. Readers rave about this impact of this book on their lives, the simplicity of the writing and the ease with which they can use the material in the book immediately and effectively. Go to presentliving.com to read many book reviews. “I loved the idea of coming to peace with my imperfections.” Readers and audiences are discovering that this simple message is the secret to better communication, healthier relationships and genuine personal excellence. What’s Important Now is a courageous journey through six doorways to be who you really are. By daring to live in the present, you free yourself to discover that you are good enough, no matter what’s happened in the past. With warmth and clarity, John Kuypers reveals practical tips and techniques that will inspire you to: 1. Listen to your Body 2. Change your Beliefs 3. Be Authentic 4. Risk Disapproval 5. Let Go of Outcomes 6. Feel Your Feelings What’s Important Now includes insights on the extraordinary power of Listening in the Present, Twenty Ways to Become More Present, and much more… Author John Kuypers walked away from a lucrative executive career and a superficially happy marriage in order to find true happiness. A former corporate vice-president, he now consults and coaches leaders professionally and personally. He is the president of Performance Shift Consulting and the founder of the Riser Network, an anonymous, non-judgmental on-line coaching and learning service.
- Present Living & Learning Inc., January 2002
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