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Journey from Head to Heart – Living and Working Authentically by Nancy Oelklaus

In book review, contests on April 8, 2008 at 12:19 pm

WOW! That is the only way that I can describe this book. There is so much information in these pages and it is told with such straightforwardness, it makes it easy for anyone to apply the principles to make life easier and help it flow smoothly. There isn’t really much I can say that will sum it up the way it deserves to be…honestly you really just need to read this one. So, here is the info from the back of the book:

Journey From Head to Heart is…

A Toolkit for those who are exhausted from solving neverending problems, working harder and harder and not arriving at the destination where thy truly want to be.

A Map for how to make the journey from head to heart and then integrate the two so that the power of ego is diminished and the Authentic Self can emerge to live and work from the power of the human spirit.

A Reference book you can use for many years to come as the reader meets life’s challenges with success that satisfies both the head and heart.

Journey from Head to Heart is exactly that, integrating logic, reason, emotion, spirituality, recovery, science, and ancient wisdom from a variety of sources to create a recipe for wholeness. The tools and processes are designed for people who are a little wary of “touch-feely” or “New Age” approaches.

I really don’t normally “drop the ball” when it comes to reviews but I really did feel like I could not do justice to this book by trying to condense all of the information in just a few paragraphs. I strongly urge you to read this as it will be beneficial to everyone.

About the author:
Nancy Oelklaus lives on the rim of a canyon in Austin, Texas, with her husband, Harlan, and Feathers, a curly white lap dog. Nancy lightens the load for leaders and ordinary people by teaching them powerful findings from neuroscience ignited by the scriptural wisdom of the ages. Her professional and personal clients learn to create environments where people thrive, at work and at home. Specializing in helping people make transitions, her knowledge and skills have been learned through more than 30 years of working in education and business to understand how adults learn and change – and how they can do it faster so that they may spend more time in “happily ever after.”

Dr. Oelklaus holds a bachelor’s degree in speech from Oklahoma Baptist University, a master’s degree in English from the University of North Texas, and a doctorate in educational administration from Texas A&M University in Commerce.

Nancy enjoys taking photographs and writing poetry.

A copy of this book will be raffled off on Friday, April 11. Please comment for your chance to win, and for an extra entry post a link to this blog entry. Thanks for your support and please stop back!

This book was gratiously provided by the people at Pump Up Your Book Promotion!
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Journey from Head to Heart

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  3. It sounds like I should read this book. =)

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  5. wow, this book sounds very interesting. 🙂

    can’t ait to have a copy!

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