Should I Quit?
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Should I Quit? : Resilience for a Turbulent World

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What is quitting? It's always all about changing; out of one situation and into another. Life goes on and doesn't stop just because circumstances change. So let's take a breath and consider our options: Can we make this a better place and get more from it? Can we make changes that suit us better. Will it be here or somewhere else? So stay or go, it's all about change, not quitting. That's where this book comes in. It's a practical guide to being resilient, finding real value and changing to what we really want. It's packed with hundreds of breakthrough ideas, with ways to build resilience, flexibility and control. We'll learn to recognise our strengths and what we value and get the life we want. This book is for anyone who wants to manage life or career changes successfully by never, ever, giving up. Mike Gordon is an experienced mentor and life coach for individuals and business. The insights in this book have been drawn from his own life, his research and his work with clients over 40 years of professional practice. He has created the Life Epiphanies Series to share his insights with anyone who is seeking a happier life and fulfilment by taking command of their own future.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 234 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 317g
  • Dreamstone
  • Australia
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1925499065
  • 9781925499063

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"Very perceptive, clear and accessible. There's a lot here to reflect on and let sink in. It's a really valuable guide to big changes in my life." Michael Parise, Wellbeing Practitionershow more

About Mike Gordon

Mike Gordon is a highly experienced mentor and life coach, for individuals and businesses. He is the Founder of Epiphanies Life Strategy & Coaching (http: //www.epiphanies.com.au/) and the author of the Life Epiphanies Series. Born and raised in Scotland, Mike Gordon moved to Sydney, Australia, in 2006, after 35 years in the corporate world, as a Strategic Business Consultant, Global Marketing Director and Executive Coach, that took him all over the world (UK, Europe, USA and Asia). Over the years, Mike has learned what it takes for us to get the life we want. Mike's own journey to wellbeing, and staying true to his authentic self, has been a progression of one epiphany after another. Everyone has epiphanies that are based on their own experience. Learning to act upon them is the secret of success. Mike's had his own tough times, but has found ways to reset the dials and find a better path. He has learned how to assess, design, rebuild and run a fulfilling life. With research, study, professional help and self-practice, Mike has emerged as the whole, balanced person he is now. The happiest he's ever been. In 2012, Mike Gordon established Epiphanies Life Strategy & Coaching, a small business delivering coaching and mentoring for people who have reached a turning point in their lives. It focuses on taking personal responsibility for one's own fulfilment and breakthrough moments - learning to walk the talk authentically. For Mike, writing the 'Life Epiphanies Series' is a way to bring his personal and professional insights to a wider audience. It's intended to share practical guidance on to how to repair and rebalance our lives and wellbeing. 'Should I Quit?' is the first book in the series and helps readers to find, and stay true to, themselves in turbulent times. It's all about handling change and coming out the other side happier, healthier and wiser. It's about being resilient and never, ever, quitting. Mike is a fundamentally strategic thinker, with a strong intuitive spirit. He works with clients in a structured manner, with a blend of compassion and care. He has always believed "If you don't know what's broken, you don't know what to fix." Mike is continuing this journey in life to help others find their true purpose and to take action and control of their lives.show more