From Tom Rath, author of five New York Times and Wall Street Journal best sellers. Over six million copies of his books have been sold.
Are You Fully Charged? reveals the three keys that matter most for our daily well-being as well as our engagement in our work. Drawing on the latest and most practical research from business, psychology, and economics, this audiobook focuses on changes we can make to create better days for ourselves and others. Are You Fully Charged? will challenge you to stop pursuing happiness instead of creating meaning, lead you to rethink your daily interactions with the people who matter most, and show you how to put your own health first in order to be your best every day.
©2015 Tom Rath (P)2015 Missionday
Excellent book back by numerous research studies not just an authors opinion. Really enjoyed it and will implement the suggestions.
Especially like how it is backed by facts and studies. First book of Tom Raths I have read/listened to and will search for more.
This book provides bite sized summaries of theories and research studies on productivity and wellbeing. It's easy to listen to but nothing ground breaking.
"A Perfect Portion"
A great little book filled with practical nuggets of life wisdom to help energize your daily experience. I appreciate the fact that Tom didn't repeat himself 2 or 3 times just to make this more of a full length book like most self-help authors do.
This was easily digestible content that I suspect would benefit anyone that gave it a listen (or read). One of the few books I may go ahead and purchase in print to revisit some of the content later.
Among other topics in the book, Tom discusses sleep habits. This one small piece of the overall content has made a significant improvement to my own energy, mood, and productivity.
Really a great listen!
"Research Based Ideas For Life Balance"
I deeply appreciated Tom Rath's research based approach to becoming a fully charged person. I have tried to live and teach life balance for years. In this short book you are exposed to some fascinating insights.
I especially liked his thought that the pursuit of happiness is not as healthy as the pursuit of meaning.
"Great book! I learned sooooo much!!!"
This book has so many positive attributes I'm not even going to attempt to start naming them all. Listen and you will "understand "
"Very good book a must read or listen"
Like the different ways a person can be energized. Good stories too and good tips
"First review of a book."
Great book with lots of good information to start leading a more meaningful life! I would recommend this book to anyone looking to find their additional energy that they are missing in their lives.
"Practical and actionable. :)"
It was very easy to start applying in my own life. The performance wasn't too over the top and so it was easy to listen to.
"Easy and practical ideas"
All ideas are easy and doable. Tom Rath leads reader to see life and work from a different angle. Most of us are educated to get as much as possible for ourselves and hardly consider others' benefit. Tom gave us a new perspective of growing ourselves through helping others.
I am on audio book and narrative by Rick is charm like a friend sharing his experience making the audio very enjoyable.
I highly recommend this 2015 best seller and will go with other books by Tom.
good self motivational tool and beneficial for all ages when trying to be more productive
"Tom Rath at his best!"
Definitely recommend this for anyone looking for motivation and practical steps to increase energy and performance
The ideas in the book make you think "aha, that is something I should be doing" and Tom Rath provides positive stories for anyone to find motivation to change things in their life. Solid narration and overall quality.
"Still working out the 3 keys?!"
Note really - seemed to be a lot of "little" common sense ideas in here. Wasn't expecting 3 life changing ideas, but the structure seemed a little strange
Short, snappy, and full of goodness.
and here are some more words to meet the 25 word quote that audible insists on and i wish they wouldn't.
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