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SOURCE Betty Hill Crowson
SHELTER ISLAND, N.Y., May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans are too busy. Moreover, our busyness doesn't seem to be adding to our quality of life. Just recently, for example, Columbia University's Earth Institute reported that the United States came in at number 17 in overall happiness. Seventeen!
Author Betty Hill Crowson thinks this statistic is a direct reflection of our overly committed and frantic lifestyles. As a people, we are overwhelmed, overextended, and running on empty. We have lost sight of who we really are and what is our ultimate purpose, and our frenzied pace seems to be making us unhappy.
So how could another self-help book possibly change this dynamic? Crowson's answer-"Write it differently. Don't waste the reader's valuable time by reiterating the problem page after page (which we all know only too well), but move them quickly into practical and doable solutions that work."
The Busy Person's Guide to Balance and Boundaries does just that. Finally! A straight-forward self-help book that doesn't leave you scratching your head, is chock full of sensible "how-to's," honest to the core, never confusing, and profoundly simple. Right from the beginning, through an inter-active format, this book involves the reader in specific strategies and provides necessary tools to recover balance, improve relationships, and increase one's ability to live a fulfilling and harmonious life.
Crowson brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her newest book. For over three decades, she has motivated and empowered thousands- through coaching, workshops, retreats, and her previous self-help classic, The Joy is in the Journey-to discover and achieve key life goals. Often referred to as the "real deal," her no-nonsense, often humorous, practical as well as spiritual approach to life and its many challenges is refreshing. In this book, she promises readers that "this simple outlined path will empower you to find, use, and celebrate those many places inside of you that have been awaiting discovery..."
Joan Marans Dim, author and NY historian, declares that "Betty Hill Crowson is an American treasure."
Dr. Christiane Northrup, a leading authority on women's health and wellness, has referred to Betty and her work as "a Godsend to women everywhere."
Author and Literary Agent Ashala Gabriel calls this book "an eminently pragmatic and spiritually oriented guide for reclaiming our lives."
Others have claimed the book is "intimate, provocative, filled with juicy truthfulness, readable, witty, perfectly clear, the best book I ever read!"
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