Repacking Your Bags: Lighten Your Load for the Rest of Your Life

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Jun 9, 2002 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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"Repacking Your Bags" helps people develop their own unique vision of the good life and take practical steps at home and at work to make that vision a reality. It provides a simple yet elegant process to help people ask the right questions--and get the right answers--along the way.
 

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This book presents a vision of a relatively baggage-free lifestyle. There is some helpful advice for your general reader and is generally well-written. I enjoyed reading the book. Read full review

Repacking Your Bags: Lighten Your Load for the Rest of Your Life

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The authors describe "repacking"' as the ongoing process of reevaluating and reinventing our lives. Throughout the book's five sections, training consultant Leider (The Power of Purpose, Fawcett, 1985 ... Read full review

Contents

The question that started it all
1
Does all this make you happy?
11
Unpacking your bags
45
Work bags
79
Relationship bags
115
Finding your place
147
Repacking your bags
171
The freedom of the road
203
How can I lighten the load?
235
Index
249
About the Authors
263
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Richard J. Leider is an expert on career and lifestyle strategies for individuals and organizations. His previous books include The Inventurers,, The Power of Purpose, and Life Skills. He is founder and partner of The Inventure Group, a training consulting firm in Minneapolis.

David A. Shapiro is a freelance writer specializing in progressive business and personal development programs. He has also written numerous interactive multimedia programs to help people with their ongoing life and career development.

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