Work-Life Brilliance: Tools to Break Stress and Create the Life and Health You Crave by Denise R. Green

If you’ve been searching for that elusive work-life balance oasis, or if you’ve ever described yourself as “super-busy,” this book is for you. There is a way for you to feel more fulfillment and ease in all parts of your life: health, work, relationships, and home. But you won’t find it by trying to “balance” your time. For over a decade, Denise has been lighting the way for corporate humans, showing them simple steps to reducing overwhelm and achieving profound fulfillment in all areas of their lives.

In Work Life Brilliance, author and executive coach Denise R. Green teaches you:

How to reduce stress now, and for the long term.

How to shift negative thoughts instantly and create a naturally more positive outlook.
The truth about why you’ve failed to change habits in the past (hint: it wasn’t your fault) and how to trick your brain so you can change any habit for good.

How to say no with grace, not guilt—and build better relationships, results, and relationships in the process.

How to sleep better, no matter what you’ve tried in the past.

How to build relationships that help you be your best.

About the Author
Denise is a speaker, writer, and executive coach dedicated to helping people go from burned-out (or blah) to brilliant. After a successful career in Corporate, Denise founded Brilliance Inc. and made it her mission to help people achieve their potential. For over a decade, she and her team have helped thousands of people feel less stressed, and have more ease and fulfillment in all areas of their lives. She knows what it’s like to overcome major setbacks: after breaking her back in a car accident in 2003, she was told by a doctor that she might never be able to work. Denise has been referred to as a mini Tony Robbins because of the humor, compassion, knowledge, and pragmatism she brings to helping people to transform their lives.

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