Are You Ready to Reignite Your Life?
Sharon Weinstein’s Are You Ready to Reignite Your Life delivers transcendent wisdom and engaging guideposts for those seeking clarity and growth as they emerge from an extended pandemic. Timely step-by-step questions and examples assist readers navigating the often turbulent waters in uncertain times, both personally and professionally. It’s the perfect resource for a needy world in pursuit of that next chapter. Bravo on another WIN Sharon, and bravo to those of you lighting the spark and reigniting your life! You are in for a treat!
Donna Hill Howes
Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Vice President, Sharecare Inc.
“In Are You Ready to Reignite Your Life, Sharon shares change as an opportunity. She answers that complex question, “What if…” by identifying next steps in the new normal and laying the foundation for your next chapter. This is must-read for those ready to ignite the spark and keep the flame alive!”
Dr. Nido R. Qubein
President, High Point University
In B is for Balance, 2nd edition, Sharon opened the door to Life as a Balancing Act with the line, “You are only as good as you are balanced.” In Are You Ready, Sharon offers a ray of sunshine and hope for the next chapter of our lives—with an impetus to take control, reevaluate your goals and design your future. She offers proven and effective strategies for trying times!
Founder and Head Coach, Values Coach, Inc.
Are You Ready to Reignite Your Life? took me on a wonderfully reflective journey of the past 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic. While reading this I realized how I have adapted and found opportunities to ‘reignite’ myself, take this unique opportunity, and turn it into something I could look back on in a positive and hopeful way. Sharon provides gentle insights and thought provoking questions that we should all be willing to ask ourselves in our pursuits for satisfaction and joy. I am excited to share this with friends, family, and colleagues of all ages. Thank you Sharon!
Otsuka America, Inc.
Are You Ready to Reinvent Yourself
“In Are You Ready to Reinvent Yourself, Sharon hits on a theme many of us baby boomers are facing the transition from full time employment to defining our own brand of retirement, over the next couple of years. Encouragement and self-accountability are the foundational elements of this important contribution for defining our future and individual endeavors.”
Senior Manager, Medical Affairs- Becton Dickinson
“Sharon understands the value of a mentor whether you have a job, are seeking a job, or are considering a new business venture. Her content on Business Mentoring and Navigation is invaluable with a focus on entrepreneurship, change, and balance.”
Certified SCORE Mentor
“Are you Ready to Reinvent” serves as a lighthouse in the midst of a storm. Sharon shares her time-tested approach to work-life balance that will help you set a professional course, mark your work-life boundaries, and navigate through turbulent seasons of life to find peace and safety in the midst of chaos. “
“True to form Sharon’s Are You Ready to Reinvent is a no-nonsense approach for how to get your (personal) life back in balance. Her insights are succinct, her action items are attainable, and her writing is sprinkled with personal tidbits which add color to her message. “
Executive Career Coaching, Living Your Dream
Are You Ready to Recharge Your Battery
“An IRONMAN™ competitor, and life-long athlete, I am continually challenging myself to try new approaches. As a communications expert, I easily related to the value of Sharon’s book, Are You Ready. She communicates and demonstrates the steps you need to begin your work/life balance journey.”
Lisa Copeland, CSP
“I have been very fortunate to work for a great family business that understands the need for work/life balance, fully realizing that a happy employee is a productive employee. Isn’t that what we all want? In Are You Ready, Sharon provides insight and direction for introspection with tools and techniques for adjusting your prospective and career prospects.”
Mark Drury, VP, Business Development
Shapiro & Duncan
“In Are You Ready, Sharon addresses the challenges of work/life balance, and the opportunities for action. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to more effectively deal with this widespread topic.”
Bob Dabic, Master Chair & Best Practice Chair
“Are you struggling with work/life balance? Got more to do than time to do it? Sharon’s tips will ease your stress and help you regain control of that to-do list. Take her advice to heart; I encourage you to read this book!”
Pat Iyer, Author
52 Writing Tips: Fast Ways to Polish Your Writing
“Once again, Sharon leads by example and is sharing tips and techniques for living a more satisfying life in Are you Ready. If greater work/life balance is on your radar, this book is for you!”
Nancy Trick, WW Clinical Market Manager
In B is for Balance, 12 steps toward a more balanced life at home and at work, 2nd edition,
Available through: The Book Patch
Newly updated- January 2019
we answered the question, “Can we have balance?” So many readers enjoyed the book and requested more – more tips, more techniques, and a roadmap to balance. Now, we offer a workbook to guide the reader to an awareness of what is needed to create, and sustain balance! This is The Road to Stress Management. Use this link to order, B is for Balance Workbook…The Road to Stress Management.
B is for Balance, 2nd edition, 12 steps toward a more balanced life at home and at work
“A very useful book for people looking for a balance in their busy life. Easy to follow ways to have a meaningful life.”
“Several managers at my healthcare organization are passing around books that are well-written and inspirational. It is fun! We sign the inside cover and make a short comment. This book is currently being circulated and several of my colleagues have said they plan to add this book to their personal library. The inside cover comments have included, “I need to read this more than once!”
“I would encourage anyone who feels that work is taking a larger portion of their life to read this book. It is written by a nurse for nurses but it could benefit anyone who feels their work and home life may be out-of-balance.”
Go for It… Mastering Negotiations
Available through: Amazon
An understanding of both sides of the aisle or ocean is essential to one’s negotiating and leadership success. Agreements and relationships are critical in today’s global business environment. In this book, you will gain the negotiation strategies needed to handle difficult people, manage conflict, and pick your battles. Preparation is the key to feeling confident and ready to create an all-win outcome. In this tell-all approach to negotiations, the reader will learn how voice, body language, eye contact, and yes, personality, affect behaviors, outcomes, and communication. From Main Street to Wall Street, Go for It engages the reader in mastering the negotiation.
Nursing Without Borders: values, wisdom success markers
This book is for all the nurses who have crossed their own borders, or might like to. It provides both visionary lessons and practical advice. It is part history, part business textbook, part travelogue, part how-to, and part inspiration.
Available through: Sigma Marketplace
“This book provides inspiring exemplars of nurses‘ ingenuity and leadership in global health. Nurses‘ contributions internationally are placed in historical context, and contributions by leaders in nursing practice, administration, and education provide practical advice on how to develop successful international collaborations.”
–Linda H. Aiken, RN, PhD, FAAN, FRCN, The Claire M. Fagin Leadership Professor of Nursing, Professor of Sociology, Director, Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
“Anyone who is passionate about nursing and is interested in the global nursing experience should read this book. It is applicable for nursing students, clinical nurses, and nurse educators, and it is a must-read for nurses anticipating their first mission trip or clinical experience away from their home countries. ”
–AORN Journal October 2008.