Can you believe it’s been 30 days already?
During this time, Brian has taken us on a soulful journey where we’ve dug deep into our subconscious and explored what’s been holding us back, we’ve discovered new ways to strengthen our body in conjunction with our mind, and we’ve also looked at success and abundance – and how we can become more fruitful while staying true to ourselves.
So to end this mind, body and soul-aligning challenge, we’ll be looking at a book that explains a key principle that leads to success in all of these areas.
That book is The Power Of Full Engagement, by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz.
“The ultimate measure of our lives is not how much time we spend on the planet, but rather how much energy we invest in the time that we have. The premise of this book… is simple enough: Performance, health and happiness are grounded in the skillful management of energy.” – The Power Of Full Engagement, by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz.
And some words from Brian on this last book in the challenge:
“The Power of Full Engagement is a great book. I read it on my Kindle and I basically highlighted half the book. It’s so densely packed with big ideas we can apply to our lives that, if you’re feelin’ low on energy, or if you’re the kinda person who likes to play full out and is always looking for ways to optimize, this book should be on your must-buy list.
Grounded in the research and consulting they’ve done with the world’s greatest athletes, Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz provide a set of ideas and tools to help corporate athletes function at optimal levels of performance. At the heart of their wisdom is the fact that: Energy, not time, is the fundamental currency of high performance.”
In today’s challenge, we’ll start with the 4 Principles of Full Engagement and then take a look at a handful of some of our favorite big ideas on how to get our Full Engagement on. The book is loaded with case studies and practical tools to help you take your energy and life to the next level. Really powerful stuff.
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