People increasingly have to juggle multiple pressures and feel they
just barely "get by." The author offers practical, down-to-earth
advice about how to make things better and easier. It's packed with
strategies for successful living, and covers a diverse range of
issues - from stress reduction to coping with failure, from happiness
to effective communication.
But its central message is the importance of focused and determined
action: what you do is generally more important than how you feel.
Above all else, do something!
This book shows you how.
Rabbi Yossi Ives serves the
Richmond Synagogue in London, and has held rabbinical positions
around the world. He is a qualified life coach, specializing in
social-cognitive performance motivation and offers coaching training
He has written a Hebrew work on kabbalistic cosmology.
Rabbi Ives is the founder of Magen David Adom's International
College of Emergency Medicine and the London-Based Centre of Jewish
Social Values. He is married to Rivkie and has six children, including
two sets of twins.