Life Is Simple proposes the idea that life actually is simple. It's our behavior that is complex. If we can learn how to eliminate our complex routines, we can reclaim our time. Instead of spending lots of money and time on all of the life coaching and time management classes offered today, reassess what you do with your time and life will be simpler and more enjoyable. Paperback.
"We have plenty of time; it's what we choose to do with it that determines whether it comes dressed up as our friend or our enemy." Most people recognize that their lives are becoming overly complex. This situation is at the very least a burden, and at the most, highly destructive. We know this to be true because it's a problem that most of us face everyday. It's evidenced by the millions of dollars spent on time management systems and life coaching. We vainly attempt to manage life's complexities, which is a losing proposition. A more direct solution is needed. The only way to win this battle is to eliminate complexity entirely; we do this by recognizing that life is actually very simple - it's our behavior that produces undue complexity. It's time to break the chains of complexity and reclaim yourself, your time, and your life. A leader, teacher, businessman, writer, speaker, philosopher, and theologian - these are some of the labels used to describe Joe Gartrell, his life, and his work. Not one to be corralled by conventional wisdom, Joe has been very successful in challenging status quo assumptions in several organizations as a transformer focused on creativity, innovation, and quality. Joe is a natural leader who conceives possibilities and creates insights that translate into decisions and plans - he readily sees through illogical and inefficient mindsets. Joe holds a Masters degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a Bachelor of Arts in Management from the University of Phoenix. Joe also has earned doctoral credits in statistics and research from Nova Southeastern University. Joe was a highly rated adjunct professor of graduate programs at the University of Phoenix and the Metropolitan College of New York.