The Fibromyalgia Coach: Feel Better, Change Lives, and Find Your Best Job Ever

Feel Better, Change Lives, and Find Your Best Job Ever!

Looking for a fibromyalgia-friendly career that will help you feel better instead of worse? Could your job be keeping you from you getting better? Do you feel like you aren’t ready to file for disability, but can’t keep up at work either?

In her second book, The Fibromyalgia Coach, Tami Stackelhouse tells the story of her lifelong search for the perfect career. A fibromyalgia patient herself, the author credits becoming a Fibromyalgia Coach with helping her stay focused on feeling better when it would have been easy to give up. She says, “Healing is a full-time job.”

The Fibromyalgia Coach will help you get clear on what your best job looks like. The author takes you through the eight key questions she used to evaluate her own career options when fibromyalgia forced her life to change, and helps you discover:

  • The powerful difference between focusing on your illness and focusing on healing
  • How to find the work environment your body needs to feel its best
  • Your balance between resting and meeting your mental and social needs
  • How to achieve success in a way that is meaningful to you
  • If fibromyalgia coaching is a good fit for you

The Fibromyalgia Coach will guide you into finding your best job ever – a career that will help you feel better while making a difference in the world around you!

The New Freedom: Ordinary People Are Living Extraordinary Lives & So Can You!

“A great and thought-provoking read!” Nick Loper from the Side Hustle Show. “The book is about opening your mind to the possibility of something different, something better, something more exciting than buying into the old script simply because that’s the way it’s always been done.”

Escape the daily grind, work anywhere, and enjoy a meaningful life. 

“Picks up where Tim Ferriss left off in the 4-Hour WorkWeek” John Chang, author of Field Inspection

The new breed of entrepreneur values time over money, discovery over comfort, and experiences over status.

This book will unshackle you from needless expense, make you move your life and work online, get you to escape employment, and provide you with actionable strategies to make a living from more meaningful work.

  • Location-independent business models explained
  • In-depth interviews with the new breed nomad entrepreneurs including Justin Cooke from Empire Flippers, Dan Andrews from Tropical MBA and the Dynamite Circle, Shayna Oliveira, Avery Breyer, Nora Dunn from The Professional Hobo, Jodi Ettenberg from Legal Nomads, Jimmy Naraine, Akash Karia, and more!
  • The essential items for remote working
  • 20+ potential locations to enjoy The New Freedom are analysed
  • Mindset approach to living a happier, freer life with no complications and no compromise

The New Freedom is for everybody, no matter where they’re from. This book can help those tied to a location by family, as well as footloose young people. 

It doesn’t matter if you’re married with children or single; old or young; entrepreneurial or employed. The online economy, the cloud, mobile computing, and the Internet are already allowing more freedom into your life. The purpose of this book is to help you gain yet more of the new freedom.

The New Freedom means spending less and sharing more; working less and earning more; traveling more; and discovering that there’s so much more to yourself and this world than you ever knew.

Social Media Destroys Lives (Career Development Series Book 2)

Social Media Destroys Lives

____________________________

QUOTE FROM THE BOOK:

____________________________

“Activity on social-media has become an extension of your resume looked up by future employers, lovers, college-admissions and even the police. There’s intense competition in the workforce and employers are now looking at one’s private life to help them assess one’s value. Ideally, social media should be used to demonstrate that you have side hobbies that you excel in and can bring those same skills to the job.”

____________________________

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

____________________________

Social Media Destroys Lives

Loose Lips Sink Ships; Loose Fingers Sink Careers

Privacy is a Dead Man’s Game

The Number One Rule of Social Media

Social Media versus Real-Man-Stuff

Sometimes No Engagement is the Best Engagement

Cure Socialcastination

Popular Online but Lonely Offline

Knock, Knock it’s an Attention Seeking Troll

Conclusion: The Power is in Your Fingers

Mindfulness for the Next Generation: Helping Emerging Adults Manage Stress and Lead Healthier Lives

College students and other young adults today are experiencing high levels of stress as they pursue personal, educational, and career goals. In recent years, there has been increased awareness of the seriousness of these struggles, which may increase the risk of psychological distress and mental illness among this age group now commonly referred to as ’emerging adults.’ Scientific research has shown that practicing mindfulness can help manage stress and enhance quality of life, but traditional methods of teaching mindfulness and meditation are not always effective for this developmental stage.

Mindfulness for the Next Generation is an easy-to-use guide that details a four-session mindfulness-based program, called ‘Koru,’ aimed at helping young adults cope with anxiety, navigate the tasks they face, and achieve meaningful personal growth. Authors Holly Rogers and Margaret Maytan, Duke University psychiatrists and the developers of the Koru program, discuss the unique challenges this group faces, identify effective teaching techniques for working with them, and review the research supporting mindfulness for stress reduction in a scientifically rigorous yet reader-friendly way. The book explains the specific model created by the authors and describes each session in a ‘mini-manual’ format. Mindfulness for the Next Generation is written for therapists, teachers, health professionals, and student service providers who work with college students and other emerging adults.

Product Features

  • Used Book in Good Condition