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It's easy to take life for granted. In the pursuit of fame, fortune, or success, we forget to take care of ourselves, missing out on things that bring us joy, happiness, and well-being. It's time to transform burnout into happiness and invest in ourselves, so we can be the best for those who need us most.
In You Can't Give What You Don't Have, executive coach and leadership educator Greg Hiebert walks you through seven fundamental habits to becoming personally and professionally fulfilled. Drawing on cutting-edge research and real-life examples, he demonstrates how to embrace purpose, cultivate positivity, deepen relationships, express gratitude, visualize hope, be mindful, and keep moving. He also offers techniques to integrate these habits into any challenging, busy life.
Well-being and resilience aren't products of luck. Through disciplined practice of these seven habits, you can create a remarkable, fulfilling life--and transform into your very best self.
Greg Hiebert is a highly sought-after leadership coach and educator who has studied the science of resiliency and positive psychology for more than twenty-five years. A graduate of West Point and the Harvard Business School and a former US Army officer, adjunct faculty member of Yale School of Management, and McKinsey consultant, Greg's eclectic mix of experiences allow him to bring a unique wealth of knowledge and perspective to the science of well-being and success. He founded and runs leadershipForward, a leadership-performance firm serving clients throughout the country, and he has personally coached hundreds of professionals and teams in several industries, helping them find fulfillment and significance in their life and work.