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Inside this Book – A Charged Life is a very different kind of life from the one most people lead. That’s not because it’s unattainable, but rather because most people rarely think about (or strategically manage) their longterm energy and engagement in life— what we’ll call their “charge level.” They don’t think of their lives this way, because most are simply trying to muster up enough energy to get through their busy, exhausting days. They’re puttering along from one week to the next, just trying to make it to the weekend, when they can collapse on the couch or do something they really want to do. What they don’t often understand is that the busyness of our lives has a funny way of creating a myopic vision of what’s real or possible. When you can’t see past your own day planner, it’s hard to see the cumulative reality of who you have become and where you are headed. Sometimes it’s helpful just to stop amid all our craziness, poke our heads above our busywork and computer screens, and ask ourselves about the overall feel and quality of our lives. We should gauge our own charge levels, asking just how excited we really feel about our current reality and our future.
Inside this book –The Charge PDF Book by Brendon Burchard – My father, Mel Burchard, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia on Mother’s Day, May 10, 2009. It was out of the blue. The week before, he was golfing and playing racquetball. The doctors gave him a 5 percent chance of making it. Both doctors said it was the worst case they had seen in their careers. Dad was an extraordinary man: funny, supportive, strong, loving. His message to us kids throughout life said everything you needed to know about the man: “Be yourself. Be honest. Do your best. Be a good citizen. Treat people with respect. Follow your dreams.” His dedication to others spoke for itself, too. Twenty years in the Marines, with three tours in Vietnam; twenty years with the State of Montana; thirty-four years with Mom; sixty-nine years as a fine man. The day afer Father’s Day, we learned that his second course of chemotherapy was ineffective. The cancer had taken his body. He understood the outcome, and he was at peace with it. He would have only a few weeks to live. Dad chose to be at home, in hospice care, surrounded and cared for by his family. All the nurses cried when he left the hospital because they all had come to love his humor and his stories about life. Everywhere he went, he respected others and shared a good joke and a story. He set roots of friendship everywhere. Everyone loved him. In his short time at home, Dad left nothing unsaid and nothing undone. Our immediate family was there: Mom; my two brothers, Bryan and David; my sister, Helen; her husband, Adam; and my wife, Denise.
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- Full Book Name – The Charge
- Author of this Book – Brendon Burchard
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Non-Fiction, Self Help, Business, Psychology
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- eBook Pages – 204
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