Book Review: Find Your Balance Point By Brian Tracy

FIND YOUR BALANCE POINT
Clarify Your Priorities, Simplify Your Life, and Achieve More

By: Brian Tracy and Christina Stein

Published: September 1, 2015

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Non-Fiction/Self-Help

My life was spiraling out of balance and I needed to make some changes or my health was going to be affected. Over the last year, I have reexamined my priorities and started making some changes in how I spend my time. I was overcommitted and doing too much for others which meant my family got my leftovers rather than the best of me. Even though my life isn’t perfectly balanced, it is certainly better than it was a year ago. This book has given me even more insight and tips in maintaining that delicate balance between my home life and professional life.

Brian Tracy is a well-known author and motivational speaker. Business experts often hire Tracy or use his books and recordings to motivate their employees and help them with their personal and professional development. His most popular book, often referred by top managers, is KISS THAT FROG! and talks about tackling the biggest project or task on your list first.

In FIND YOUR BALANCE POINT, Tracy has teamed up with therapist Christina Stein, who also happens to be his daughter. In my opinion, this collaboration with Stein helps him reach out to a female audience. Stein focuses on the work-life balance that many of us struggle to perfect and empowers us to make the best choices for ourselves and our family.

Throughout the book, there are many opportunities to complete exercises to reflect on your priorities and values. By focusing on your list of values, a theme will appear that your job, the people in your life, and your priorities will reflect. Having the right people in your circle will result in increased happiness. When your job is reflected in your values and priorities, your emotional and spiritual needs will be met as well. You may find that it isn’t that you are doing too many things, but instead you are doing the “wrong” things.

By teaching ways to manage tasks through the action exercises at the end of each chapter, readers can have a real plan in place. Tracy’s book is the ideal manual for reaching a goal, achieving balance, finding a new job, finishing a project, or whatever unmet task you’ve been wanting to tackle. Its short chapters and laid out plan-of-attack will help readers “eat” whatever frog is looming in their life. You may find yourself on a new career path or realize what truly brings you joy.

Brian Tracy – source

Brian Tracy is chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International. As a keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 250,000 people each year. He is the bestselling author of more than fifty books that have been translated into dozens of languages. For more on Brian Tracy, check out his website, HERE. You can also find him on Facebook, HERE, and Twitter, HERE

Christina Stein – source

Christina Stein is a speaker, author, and psychotherapist who focuses on work-life balance and female empowerment. She works with individuals and couples and conducts workshops to help attendees align their priorities and goals with their skills and passions. She combines her training as a marriage and family therapist with her experience as a life coach to work empathically and dynamically with her clients. For more on Christina Stein, check out her website, HERE.

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