Amazon Product Description. Zen Ohashi is a master management coach whose methods have been introduced to more than seventy major corporations, companies such as Exxon-Mobile, Fuji-Xerox, British Airways, Canon, Honda and Mitsubishi. In this volume he has created a method for living. A way you too can be successful and powerful in your everyday life. Thirty-one phrases are coupled with simple methods and short explanations designed to implement empowerment and change in lives of readers. Designed to be carried with you and pulled out when you need it, WOW is the ultimate handbook for life. Review. Are you ready to change your life? Tired of the same old bad habits and pitfalls, but don’t know where to start? Then check out WOW: A Handbook for Living by Zen Ohashi and Zono Kurazono.
WOW is composed of thirty one phrases along with explanatory passages/exercises that enable you to tackle life’s obstacles. Each narrative passage addresses an issue that may be holding you back from living the life of your dreams. For example, the authors convey in a few sentences the difference between “putting up with something” vs. “enduring it” and explain why this distinction is so important. To put up with something is to suppress your own desires and beliefs with no end in sight. To “endure” is to have your own desires, but accept constructive criticism from others with an end in site. According to the authors, “putting up with something” is a negative influence, but to “endure it” may be a good thing. The key is to understand the difference and act accordingly.
The beauty of WOW is its simple, but profound message for change.
170 pages Publisher: One Peace Books (March 16, 2010), 170 pages. Advance Review Copy Provided Courtesy of the Cadence Group.
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