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|Format: ||Paperback, 216 pages|
|Published In: ||USA, 01 November 2014|
Our longevity, health and quality of life are due 30% to genetic luck and 70% to our choices and behaviours. We're dealt some cards and this book is about how to play the best hand, given those cards we've been dealt. No one wants to live forever but most of us would like to get the most out of whatever we've got coming. The vast majority of us would like to keep on going until we don't, not taper off to a long unhealthy tail of life. Regardless of how long we have, how do we stay healthier longer, optimise our happiness and make it all worthwhile? There's a 2-panel cartoon I share often. The first panel is headed 1990 and features a skinny guy with a fat TV. The second panel is headed 2011 and features a fat guy with a skinny TV. That, in a nutshell, is symbolic of many of today's problems of affluence. This book suggests a toolbox of solutions.
About the Author
Terry Williams is a people engagement expert. From being a senior manager in a high-pressure and politically-charged operation with dozens of staff and million-dollar-plus budgets to running his own comedy production and training companies, Terry isn't just a leadership speaker and trainer, he understands the real people-issues that face real leaders in the real world. He's the author of 'The Brain-Based Boss' and 'The Guide: How to kiss, get a job & other stuff you need to know' and a columnist for 'Employment Today' magazine. Terry is all about engaging people and helping you engage yours, taking best-practice research on driving change and improving results and turning it into simple, effective and practical actions. Terry is also a former national league basketball player and a current professional stand-up comedian, performing most recently in recent NZ International Comedy Festivals as part of 'The Secret Policeman's Ball' for Amnesty International, as 'The Grin Reaper' and in next year's festival with his solo show 'The Hyper Super Mega Ultimate Show.'
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