Are You Lost or Found?: Recognizing the Wake Up Call

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About The Book

For almost 10 years I spoke to captivated students and professionals about the Lost or Found analogy that covers critical everyday life-changing issues on leadership relationship management and the complexities of dealing with change personal growth and self-restoration. One of the commonality of concerns raised by those surveyed for this book was why most employees joined their corporations with a high sense of commitment enthusiasm and satisfaction and over time lost their motivation and focus and literarily functioned as non-inspired employees driven solely by financial needs and/or dependence? Over the years I observed how some of these professionals took on increasing levels of stress and anxiety over problems they couldnt control. To assist with strategies of addressing stress and change I began to discuss a concept known as peaceful anxiety. Peaceful Anxiety simply means If you do not have the ability to change events and situations that impact your life do not overreact to such situations. As we develop the ability to control our reactions to problems or issues outside our realms of control we begin to develop a higher sense of peace. In 2002 a set of questions were developed and over 1500 undergraduate and graduate students with professional careers ranging from mid to executive levels were surveyed. My overall findings lead to this book being titled Are You Lost or Found? Ever Wondered: - The percentages of women who prefer male bosses? - The percentages of men who prefer female bosses? - Why 62% of professionals are Lost? - If you are Lost or Found?

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