Why you need to stop what you’re doing to really start living
By Norman Drummond
Why stepping back from life's busyness is essential to ensure you're living to the full, in work, at home and in everything else you do.
Modern life is frantically busy - we rush from one thing to another, never stopping to think about what really matters to us, what we could be achieving if we could only slow down for long enough to see it.
Norman Drummond draws on his wide experience as a headteacher, as a minister and as an internationally respected coach in life and business to bring home the fundamental lesson he has learned both for himselfand for others: we can't hope to achieve our potential unless we take time out to work out what is most important to us.
Whether for a few minutes or for a few days, alone or with others - Drummond shows how easy and how effective stepping back can be.
Most importantly, he focuses on the rich rewards of stepping back: clarity of thought, stronger objectives - and the ability to discern the true priorities of your own heart.
STEP BACK is an essential book for a culture that is unable to rest and relax
Norman Drummond is founder of Columba 1400, a charity specialising in helping young people from underprivileged backgrounds to become leaders. He is also chairman of Drummond International, a life coaching, personal and presentation skills and media management company. Formerly a headteacher and BBC governor, Norman Drummond's skills as a coach are in great demand with top politicians and business figures worldwide. He is currently a chaplain to the Queen. He is married with five children.
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- Publication date:
21 May 2015
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Hodder & Stoughton
He brings a Christian Perspective which many will find invigorating. — The Irish Catholic
Drummond's engaging style captivates readers from the opening page and it's 179 potentially life changing pages can be devoured at a single reading. — LIfe and Work Magazine
It has been a genuine pleasure to read... Norman Drummond is a wise, thoughtful, and pioneering Church of Scotland minister. — The Church Times