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Author: Spencer Johnson
ISBN13: 978-1864710823
Title: The Present: the Gift That Makes You Happy And Successful At Work And in Life
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The Present: the Gift That Makes You Happy And Successful At Work And in Life by Spencer Johnson



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left behind a medical career to write short books about life. The most famous was Who Moved My Cheese?" published in 1998. The book became a publishing phenomenon and a workplace manual. Dr. Johnson's education included a psychology degree from the University of Southern California, a . from the Royal College of Surgeons and medical clerkships at Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic. Books by Spencer Johnson.

For over two decades, Spencer Johnson has been inspiring and entertaining millions with his simple, yet insightful stories of work and life that speak directly to the heart and soul. THE PRESENT will help you focus on what will make you happy and successful in your work and in your personal life. Like the young man, you may find that it is the best gift you can ever give yourself.

Another Spencer Johnson Bestseller New York Times Business Wall Street Journal BusinessWeek From the Author of Who Moved My Cheese? Dr. Spencer Johnson’s stories of timeless. It's Eastern religion philosophy made more palatable for the American masses, who, as a whole, do not know how to live in the present.

For over two decades, Spencer Johnson has been inspiring and entertaining millions with his simple yet insightful stories of work and life that speak directly to the heart and soul. Excellent book about how you view your life. I ended up purchasing the book for my 14 year old's birthday "present". Donec in tortor in lectus iaculis vulputate.

The Gift That Makes Your Work And Life Better Each Day! For over two decades, Spencer Johnson has been inspiring and entertaining millions with his simple yet insightful stories of work and life that speak directly to the heart and soul.

NEW VERSION The Gift that Makes You Happy and Successful at Work and in Life. By Dr. Spencer Johnson. is an international best-selling author whose books help millions of people discover simple truths they can use to have healthier lives with more success and less stress. He is the Originator and co-Author of The One Minute Manager the Neil, York Times bestseller, written with legendary management consultant Kenneth Blanchard, P. The book continues to appear on Business Bestseller Lists and has become the most popular management method in the world.

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Another Spencer Johnson #1 Bestseller#1 New York Times Business#1 Wall Street Journal#1 BusinessWeekFrom the Author of Who Moved My Cheese?Dr. Spencer Johnson’s stories of timeless, simple truths have changed the work and lives of millions of readers around the world. Now comes an insightful new tale of inspiration and practical guidance for these turbulent times.Good Things Happen To Those Who Open The PresentThe Gift That Makes Your Work And Life Better Each Day!For over two decades, Spencer Johnson has been inspiring and entertaining millions with his simple yet insightful stories of work and life that speak directly to the heart and soul. The Present is an engaging story of a young man’s journey to adulthood, and his search for The Present, a mysterious and elusive gift he first hears about from a great old man. This Present, according to the old man, is “the best present a person can receive.”Later, when the young boy becomes a young man, disillusioned with his work and his life, he returns to ask the old man, once again, to help him find The Present. The old man responds, “Only you have the power to find The Present for yourself.” So the young man embarks on a tireless search for this magical gift that holds the secret to his personal happiness and business success.It is only after the young man has searched high and low and given up his relentless pursuit that he relaxes and discovers The Present—and all of the promises it offers.The Present will help you focus on what will make you happier and more successful in your work and in your personal life, today! Like the young man, you may find that it is the best gift you can give yourself. www.ThePresent.com
Reviews: 7
Hystana
I did enjoy reading the book and it was a good introduction into the idea of thinking in the present moment. My only issue was that it was a bit too simple. There was no real practical information or excercises to really do in order to help me process the information I was learning. As mentioned it did get me started with the process of focusing on the present, and it helped me to understand what I was really doing that was causing stress and anxiety in my life. I would recommend it to someone just as long as they don't spend a lot of money on it.
Iarim
Great inspirational piece. It was recommended to me by my hair stylist who so happens to be a life coach of some sort and I suppose by talking she realized I was in a phase of my life where this book could help. This book has truly helped me, my approach to life and circumstances has changed because of this book. From time to time when I feel like I need a reminder I read this book again. I have been recommending this book to anyone who I feel needs the same positive advice that received.
Ferne
One of my first assignments in my drug treatment program was to read "The Present" by Spencer Johnson, who also wrote the bestseller, "Who Moved My Cheese". "The Present" is a story that illustrates how living in the present allows us to fully enjoy our work and life...now. It's Eastern religion philosophy made more palatable for the American masses, who, as a whole, do not know how to live in the present.

I noticed one thing after reading this book: When I meditate, which I do by focusing my attention on the breath, all the thoughts that intrude can be labeled as either "past" or "future." I have a hard time focusing on what's happening, right now, without my mind automatically ruminating on the past, which only creates shame and guilt, or worrying about the future, which produces anxiety.

"The Present" simply explains that the past should only be learned from so that we can do things differently today, and the future should be nothing to fret about. We should make our plans for the future, then focus on what is important to do today to achieve that goal. This all sounds like common sense, but it's something most people have a really hard time putting into practice. I'm currently in a situation where I continually find myself saying, "I can't wait" for this, or "I can't wait" for that. "I can't wait" for anything is an absurd statement. I can wait; I have don't have a choice. There's 24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, and 60 seconds in a minute. There's nothing I can do to speed time up or slow it down. So instead, I'll focus on making each one of those seconds, minutes, hours, and days count. And "The Present" has driven that point home.

David Allan Reeves
Author of "Running Away From Me"
MOQ
The book was recommended by my Physician. Really easy read that was thoughful and insightful on life. It really boiled down the essence of what life is about and how we as individuals should navigate through it. We as humans over complicate stuff that creates anxiety and burns up so much mental/emotional energy over "non-sense". This book shows you how to avoid that dynamic. Great read!!
Bukelv
Nice!
Fek
Played it over and over
Marilore
I did like the book. You can read it in an hour if you stay focused in The Present. (sorry, I couldn't resist)
The purpose of the book is to let the world know that focusing on the present moment, learning from the past and preparing for the future will improve your life tremendously. That is awesome message everyone should listen to! There is just one problem. The story which is set up to convey this message is overly simple and honestly boring. Having said that, this book can work for people. It is simple and a bit dull, but the most important thing about this book is not the story but the message.
The Present reminded me of that other book, FISH, that was popular a few years ago. It has the same boring, simple story but a powerful message.
I think this book can be useful to many people. Just don't buy it thinking you are going to read a great story.
People who are trying to find their way in life regularly ask me what books I recommend to help them. Beyond recommending the Bible I always recommend The Present. This is a book which I have read numerous times highlighting and rereading sections all the time. Whenever I feel I have lost my way I go to the Bible and this book. I have even been known to purchase and send this book to individuals who I feel really need it.