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Calming the Chaos
- A Soulful Guide to Managing Your Energy Rather than Your Time
- By: Jackie Woodside
- Narrated by: Lesley Ann Fogle
- Length: 4 hrs and 27 mins
Far too many people in contemporary culture feel they don't have enough time to "get it all done". The stress of this chronic overwhelm creates a disorganized mind that leads to a chaotic life. Based on her highly acclaimed "Energy Management" workshops and drawn from over 25 years of counseling and coaching experience, professional trainer and speaker Jackie Woodside shares her breakthrough methods that lead to becoming the least stressed, most productive person you know!
Destined to be a Classic
- By Jeffrey on 10-30-15
Destined to be a Classic
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Would recommend this work to anyone who desires to get the most out of their life and time while building the energy to "Do It". This book has the key....
What was one of the most memorable moments of Calming the Chaos?
While the title adequately describes the general goal of the knowledge and techniques within, no single title could really encompass the creative and inspired combination of data from well referenced sources with the writer's own experience of over 30 years applying her methods in the field, plus plain old common sense. Research data and case histories are presented in an interesting and entertaining way, and application methods are included and specific, making them easy to use. The author feels knowledge must be applied to make any change, I believe some of the knowledge conveyed in this work is so perspective altering as to make application automatic.
Which scene was your favorite?
One of the most impressive and enlightening items in the book is the author's combination and condensation of Dr. David Hawkins' 17 level model of consciousness experiences with Dr. Bruce Schneider's 7 level model, creating a simpler and more easily understood 4 level model, making it much easier to integrate and employ.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I think this work is the perfect bridge between Tolle's "Power of Now" and Covey's "7 Habits...". I sincerely believe this book will change lives.
Any additional comments?
If using your time consciousness most productively in important to you, this book will give you the theory and practice to accomplish that goal.
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