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Nancy Oelklaus Takes Business On A Journey From Head To Heart

by Mary Emma Allen on April 15th, 2008


So often we concentrate on work and our business to the extent that we become obsessed.  Yes, must work or operate a business to produce income for roof, food, clothing and extras.  However, without inner satisfaction and peace, sometimes we don’t do our best and find it difficult to deal with stress.

 Nancy Olklaus, in Journey from Head to Heart, Living and Working Authentically, gives a map for meeting life’s challenges with success.  According to reviewer, Dick Moeller, “This book is for people struggling with work/life balance, for entrepreneurs, for those seeking their authentic purpose in life and work.”

Nancy, an executive coach, who assists others in getting their personal and business lives together, produced this “toolkit for those who are exhausted from solving never ending problems, working harder and harder and not arriving at the destination where they truly want to be,”

Those with strong spiritual beliefs, they will relate to Nancy’s Biblical references and connections with her faith.  Those with other faiths, still should find her stories about workplace and business of value. 

Check out more information about about Nancy, Journey from Head to Heart (synopsis and excerpt) and her virtual book tour.

Nancy’s web site: www.HeadtoHeart.info will give you additional information.

Leave questions for Nancy in the comments section of this post.

(c)2008 Mary Emma Allen

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2 opinions for Nancy Oelklaus Takes Business On A Journey From Head To Heart

  • Jeanne Dininni
    Apr 23, 2008 at 12:21 pm

    Mary Emma,

    This sounds like a helpful book. I tend to be the obsessive type, myself, and really must be careful not to overdo it. I’m sure the book’s references to scripture would speak to me, as well. Thanks for pointing us to this resource!


  • Mary Emma Allen
    Apr 24, 2008 at 9:40 am

    Thanks, Jeanne, for stopping by. I hope you find Nancy’s book very helpful.

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