#NOW: The Surprising Truth About the Power of Now
Do you ever feel stressed? Of course you do. One way we cope is to lower expectations, but we miss what may make us stronger. This book offers valuable insights into an alternative.
You can choose to nurture a Nowist mindset and by seeking joy in the flow of life, you will discover your natural power to take action and keep moving forward. We live in the present but carry the anxieties of the past and concerns of the future with us at all times. Yet, you can only directly think, do, or change anything at the point of now. Realising this, you can learn to transform your life with every moment. #NOW helps you to embrace the fullness of everyday life.
It encourages you to move beyond surviving, or coping, to joyfully and effortlessly live in harmony with the demands of your work–life balance. Instead of passively hiding or becoming overwhelmed, you can actively leap into the best that life has to offer.
Discover the power of your #NOW that enables you to take action, make decisions fast and effectively, and enjoy the moment while creating a successful and happy future.
About Max McKeown
DR. MAX MCKEOWN is the author of The Strategy Book, winner of the Commuter Read at the Chartered Management Institute Book of the Year 2013 and Amazon’s Best Business Books of 2012. He is also author of The Innovation Book, Adaptability: The Art of Winning in an Age of Uncertainty, and four other books. He works as a strategic coach with Fortune 100 companies and is also a popular keynote speaker at conferences worldwide.
Max McKeown is an English writer, consultant, and researcher specializing in innovation strategy, leadership and culture. He has written six influential books and conducts research with Warwick Business School. He is a fellow of the RSA.
“We can all learn to be more Nowist and increase our satisfaction even as we pursue our goals. No more endless worrying. No more feeling stuck.'” – Skip Prichard, Skipprichard.com
“You can’t change the past, but you can change the future, and now is where everything can be changed.'” – Kevin Duncan