"Think Less, Live More: Lessons from a Recovering Over-Thinker" Receives an International Book Award

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For chronic over-thinkers, "Think Less, Live More. Lessons from a Recovering Over-Thinker" shows how to use both thinking and feeling so that choices are simpler, goals are clearer, and internal roadblocks to achieve your dreams are lowered.

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In a world of over-thinkers, this book breaks the mold. Through practical, easy-to-use tips, you can learn to skillfully hear and use the wisdom from your feelings. Shelley captures what successful people know - listen to your own little voice.

USA Book News announces the winners and finalists of the 2015 International Book Awards (IBA). This book is an award-Winning Finalist in the “Self-Help: General” Category of the 2015 International Book Awards from More Than 1200 Entrants.

With wit, stories and a bit of neuroscience, Think Less, Live More shares tips from an executive, engineer and recovering over-thinker on how to live and work with meaning by thinking less. In eight chapters discover the essential role feelings play in creating a more fulfilling life and rewarding career. Built-in exercises allow you to put the tips to work immediately. Success, whether professional or personal, comes from balancing thinking and feeling. Professionally, you can’t think your way to the top. Personally, the things you think will make you happy won’t. Don’t over-think it — start reading now!

Shelley Row, P.E. is a speaker, author and coach working with managers and leaders in data-driven fields who must make fast, insightful decisions using their infotuition® - the intersection of business pragmatics and gut feel. Her interviews with 77 respected leaders combined with neuroscience reveal the essential role intuition plays. Shelley is an experienced, executive leader and engineer with a distinguished 30-year career.

For a list of all awards go to http://www.internationalbookawards.com/2015awardannouncement.html.

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