That being said, I need a book that is easy to understand, relatable and has the capacity to bring me some real-life applications. I knew this book would be coming to me the moment I read the first look. Deitch doesn't preach or promise so much as share his own life's aha moments with a self-deprecating wink, as if you were sharing a profound laugh with a new pal over a nice fireside beer. Elevate is a celebration of life and the potential that exists for all of us. No crystals, nothing 'funny, ' just a followable, easy-to-digest guide up the mountain of life, where Deitch proffers up a better view and clearer air.
If you want strategies for keeping your life on a continuous upward path, this book is for you. Perhaps you could read it straight through, and that would be perfectly fine. Joseph Deitch shares his lifelong pursuit of wisdom and growth in an accessible, practical, down-to-earth gift to his readers. I read a few chapters in our local Starbucks and enjoyed every second of it! Which has changed my life just like Joseph talks about in the book. I will be continuing following my true path for the rest of my life. Joseph has suggestions for your workplace that are applicable whether you are the boss or an employee.
I'm often put off by the air of superiority that comes from many self-help authors and the c Elevate is a self-help book unlike any you may have read before, with a genuine push towards personal growth and development. It is the type of book that one really needs to study and go back to over and over again to get something life changing. I would like to see is seminar because he talks about tasks he does with them and I think those would help. The format of the book is easy to understand and I found it easy to flip back to areas that I wanted to revisit. Much certainly can be applied to the personal but I just got more of a business application to much of it, which I found a little dry. You have to go back into the book and keep reading because it is just that good. This book is full of ideas and actions that we can take to improve our life and personality.
With management tools mixed with spiritual practic This is a book for anyone with lots of how-to on creating a life that's free from stress and negativity and a focus on self-work. With management tools mixed with spiritual practices, this book is a solid guide to living the best life possible. A modern world that is bursting with data can often make us feel even more lost as we struggle to find meaning and look for the answers to life's mysteries. I really enjoyed reading this self help book and found it to be very useful, enlightening, and full of a lot of great information as well as personal stories from the author. The E-mail message field is required. The 330 pages of Elevate come quickly because the concepts are compact and broken up with plenty of engaging stories.
Joseph Deitch was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. Because my sister is going through some life transitions right now, I'll be passing this on to her. Winner will be chosen randomly from all entries around June 11! The main themes of a successful life are here which are empathy and gratitude. The author has his own ten steps to help you come full circle and begin to explore how to truly elevate your life. It is about who you are.
No doubt there is much wisdom and nuggets of wealth to be gotten here. I've read a number of life-improvement frameworks presented in various books over the years. Real happiness and success is not about what you know, what you do, or how much money you make. I almost made the mistake of thinking that it would be one of those books that utilized a quite terrifying range of vocabulary and I would end up not understanding it, but that was not the case here. I myself chose to read it bit by bit, alternating with my own personal journal-style reflections.
Deep down, we want for more out of our lives. With topics ranging from introspection, love, work, and interpersonal relationships, Elevate is a great read with a very practical application for our lives. But too much of the book is just information and I don't really know what to do with it. Thank Elevate is a book worth a second read. Deitsch divides the book into smaller concepts in an easy to follow and build upon sequence. I greatly appreciate this book from the Goodreads giveaway pages, and I will keep eyes open for other similar gems.
Yes 5 Did my idea of the book based on the cover remain the same after I read the book? Elevate is a wonderful summary of the best, scientifically backed, actions individuals can take to improve their own overall health and well-being. Read Elevate, and you'll learn some new ways of not only thinking about life but, more important, doing life. While not necessarily earth-shattering, Elevate does highlight and streamline various suggestions found in other books in a way that makes it somewhat more fathomable, to me at least. I loved the amazing quotes throughout the book and a few of them I have directed at coworkers and even my kids. Yes 2 Did it keep me intrigued? Additional discounts may be available for print books.
Elevate is a celebration of life and the potential that exists for all of us. Deitch assists us in finding and choosing techniques for successfully navigating our increasingly-convoluted lives. Elevate is a celebration of life and the potential that exists for all of us. Mar 12 2018 — 17:02 By jsawyer Who hasn't picked up a self help book because they have felt frustration. In Elevate, he delivers what most great teachers do: He makes you believe you are capable of more than you realize--and pushes you to grow.