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On Being a Workaholic

On Being a Workaholic

The Escalating Pressures of working tirelessly to put food on the table has taken a physical and emotional toll on many people. Succumbing to workaholism has destroyed relationships and families beyond repair. On Being a Workaholic is written by the ultimate workaholic who hit rock-bottom because he failed to heed all the warning signs that his work habits were out-of-control. This timely book narrates the author’s fall from the highest level of success, but more importantly provides a strategy and roadmap coupled with balance and discipline as key ingredients to manage your workaholism before something catastrophic happens in your life. It can help Workaholics find peace and happiness with balance, but not lose their enormous drive for success.

Pages: 174
Pub Date: 03-01-2015
Softcover: 17.95 978-1-63393-078-0
Hardcover: 37.95 978-1-63393-092-6
Ebook: 7.99 978-1-63393-079-7


Harris Kern is the author of over forty books, and one of the world’s leading personal and organization performance mentors. His passion is to help people excel in their professional and personal life by developing their self-discipline skills to combat the top issues: severe procrastination, poor time management, ineffective goal management, lack of focus, lack of sense of urgency and lack of motivation. He also helps individuals improve their leadership and EQ skills (communication, relationship management and interpersonal). Mr. Kern is recognized as the foremost authority on providing practical guidance for solving management issues and challenges. He has devoted over thirty years to helping professionals build competitive organizations. His client list reads like a who’s who of American and international business: Standard and Poor’s, GE, The Weather Channel, News Corporation, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminal (HACTL), among dozens of other Fortune500 and Global 2,000 companies. Mr. Kern is the founder and driving force behind the Enterprise Computing Institute (www.harriskern.com) and the bestselling series of Information Technology (IT) books published by Prentice Hall/Pearson (www.disciplinementor.com, www.disciplinetheorganization.com).

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