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A Business Called Life – Synopsis

A Business Called Life

“You will meet two kinds of people in life: ones who build you up and ones who tear you down. But in the end, you’ll thank them both,” - unknown.

In life you will encounter many issues whether they pertain to relationships, employers, finances, marriage, health problems, or raising children, all are equally important and should be handled with a foundation based on business practices. Several years ago, I began perfecting this frame of mind and created a method in which anyone can learn to treat their life as a business. ‘A Business Called Life’ was written to instruct the reader on the basic methods of improving all areas of life by using these few simple practices.

A business Called Life

Say, for example, the same action applies to health; invest at least thirty minutes a day in exercise and it will be a win-win situation. Maybe you can stave off chronic illness, like diabetes, or heart disease. The choice is solely up to you.

On another note, when looking at relationships with friends, can you honestly say you are in a win-win relationship with them? Or is it only one side winning? If so, maybe it’s time to adjust and let go.

One example that you will read about in the book is the art of ‘Interviewing.’ Yes, the only way to truly understand someone is by having a heart deep conversation. In this interaction, you can learn what another person can bring to the table. A relationship grows side by side to achieve a Win-Winn Mentality.

A solid publishing firm with more than a decade of assisting clients will their publishing needs. She had a BA in fine arts, with a minor in Equine Science. On the side, she studied at Scottsdale Art Institute under Robert ‘Shoofly’ Shufelt.Lizzy writes books, which considering this website, makes perfect sense. She is best known for ghostwriting various best sellers in all genres. Literary AgentAlong with her own novels based on the initial part of her working career, horse training. As she understands the importance of family values, Lizzy chose a pen name borrowed from her family tree, Anna Elizabeth Judd.

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