April 15, 2011
Whether you're disillusioned with your career, yearning to follow a dream, or taking time out after a layoff, now is a great time to step back and recharge. We call it rebooting your life. This book will show you how you can give yourself the best gift ever—the gift of time.
Reboot Your Life is available online at Amazon and can be found in local bookstores and airports everywhere.
"Talk about discovery! Reboot Your Life gives the inspiration, insight, and practical tips to take a work break for a breather or a real life change." — Wonya Lucas, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Discovery CommunicationsLearn More
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April 6, 2014
The purpose of our Reboot Your Life™ Reunions is for former Reboot Your Life™ Retreat participants to check back in since their retreat experience and reconnect with all they learned. It is also a chance for participants to network with other former attendees as well as their own class, and learn some new exercises and […]
April 25-27, 2014
Join us for a long weekend in historic downtown Brooklyn and discover how to reboot and recharge your life with our REBOOT YOUR LIFE™ Retreat. Whether you are figuring out if you can take a sabbatical, are deep in the planning, or in between jobs and trying to decide what to do next, you will […]
I don’t care how good you are at your work. All of us need time off to refresh and recharge. Until recently I had never taken more than one contiguous week off from work. I wish I had taken a Reboot Break earlier in my career. Reboot Your Life gives you the courage and the tools to do so. –Greg Josefowicz, Former CEO, Borders, Inc.
In a world that has gone from 9-5 to 24/7 in a generation, our ability to lead a professionally productive yet reflective life is increasingly challenged. A time of professional disengagement offered by a sabbatical is invaluable. The chance to cultivate personal interests and family and friends free of the demands of the office and Blackberry leads to a richer life and thereby a refreshed perspective when returning to work. These four writers understand this and offer wise counsel. Take their advice and take a sabbatical. –Peter H. Darrow, Senior Counsel, Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton