By the time many men get to 40, they are starting to lose their battle with the bulge, they work incredibly long and stressful hours at work, are away from their families, and their sex life might well have taken a severe downward turn. How to Fix Your Life - Now! is the proverbial kick in the behind for all of those slightly overweight and unfit men who feel their lives are stuck in a rut. Duncan Goodhew, Olympic Gold Medallist and motivational speaker, knows all about facing challenges and in this inspirational, hard-hitting book, he lays out the simple changes in exercise, eating and time management habits that will help men to take back control of their lives, and to dare to live them to the full. From building confidence to prioritising and finding resolve, with the right physical and mental attitude anything is possible, even touching your toes! Fix Your Life - Now! will give you the tools to get fit and lose weight, work smart and de-stress, meaning that you can get back the life you've always wanted. (2002-01-04)
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The self-help book for men who never read them (2002-01-04)From the Back Cover:
FIX YOUR LIFE NOW!
Too tired to enjoy your weekends?
Reaching for coffee and junk food when your energy dips?
Finding it a challenge to see your toes let alone touch them?
Not sure you're in the right job?
Sound familiar? Then this is the book that will help you
Regain control of your life.
There is no better time than the present to fix your life. With a
few simple changes in exercise, eating and time management
habits you'll soon find the motivation to succeed in all aspects
of your life. By developing the right physical and metal
attitude you'll be energized throughout the day and focused on
your priorities. You'll:
·Find your inner resolve
·Find the right balance
·Deal with crises
It's easy when you know how.
Since winning a Gold Medal for Britain in the 1980 Olympic games, Duncan Goodhew has become a motivational speaker, and his audiences have included many leading international companies, including Microsoft, EXXON, Goldman Sacks and IBM, and has launched the Partner Survival course for PriceWaterhouse Coopers. He is also President of Swimathon, which has raised £20million for worthwhile causes. Victoria Hislop is a freelance journalist and write regularly for the Daily Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday.
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Book Description Random House Pod, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091948061