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Find fulfilment and balance in your life by treating it as your main business.
● “Indispensable for anyone looking to define their life purpose” – Roger Enrico, Chairman of Dreamworks Animation.

● An original, yet practical method to help busy people manage their work-ilfe balance.
● Main message: use the skills you learnt in business and apply them to manage your personal life as well.
● Includes inspiring cases and stories of individuals who eventually came to master their own lives.

Book Details

  • Publisher: LID Publishing
  • ISBN: 978-1-910649-59-6
  • FORMAT: 234 x 156mm
  • Bookbinding: Paperback w/flaps
  • Number of pages: 192pp

AUTHOR

        

Salvador Alva

Salvador Alva is the president of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. He was previously the president of PepsiCo Latam.

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