What if You Had a Secret Tool to Get Your Life on Track?

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New book helps people (from CEOs to pipe fitters) find an internal GPS. It introduces 10 simple and very practical "inner work" tools -- ways of finding our own answers thanks to the power of intention, perception, intuition and consciousness.

In her new book Make Light Work: 10 Tools for Inner Knowing, author Kate Sutherland describes this secret tool as the internal GPS that helps us navigate through life.

“Each of us has an exquisitely accurate inner guidance system. When you find ways to harness it that fit for you, you’ll feel on track and life begins to flow,” says Kate. “This book’s for anyone who feels overwhelmed by what’s on their plate, struggles with making decisions or wants to get clarity in their life.”

In 1990, Kate was burnt out, bruised and confused by a series of setbacks in her work as a community developer. A book from a friend inspired her to visit the Findhorn Foundation in northern Scotland where she learned about inner work: ways of working based in intuition, perception, intention and consciousness.

This “inner work” doesn’t replace logic, experience and practical know-how. Rather it amplifies and quickens them, a kind of “X” factor Kate has seen it boost effectiveness for leaders, front line workers, managers, activists, entrepreneurs, parents, and more.

Her book gives 10 simple but powerful tools to access the inner insight and wisdom that enables you to both resolve major life events and cope with the little everyday problems like: How to deal with a boss who drives you crazy; what food options are best for you or your family; or how to navigate home when an accident snarls traffic.

It’s the ultimate self-help book, revealing practical ways we can find our own answers by tuning in.

“Starting a new business means making good decisions quickly. Make Light Work brings me back to my own basic intelligence and wisdom,” explains Elizabeth Sheehan, CEO, Climate Smart.

Danny Gilcash, a pipe fitter, puts it this way: “As a tradesman, I have tools to do my job. Now I have practical tools to help me with the other parts of my life, and I didn’t have to go to the Himalayas to learn them.”

The book introduces each tool through a brief personal story, a step-by-step exercise, and commentaries on finer points and possible pitfalls. Also included is a chapter on integrating the tools into daily life.

For over 20 years, inner work has enriched and transformed Kate’s life, from her successful consulting practice and 18-year marriage, to her ongoing sense of meaning and purpose. She is now able to share these insights in Make Light Work.

Paperback: 108 pages
Publisher: Incite Press (10/15/2010)
ISBN: 978-0986612701
Author info and sample chapter: See http://www.makelightwork.org
Cost: C$13.95, US$12.95
Distribution: Amazon.com, Ingram, & http://www.makelightwork.org

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