Australian Author Saves Christmas with No Problem! Strategies
(PRLEAP.COM) Everybody talks about it, and everybody wants it. "Superhero Librarian" Elizabeth Hanley comes to the US with real tips for creating a less stressful holiday. To economic difficulties, family dysfunction, or time constraints, Hanley says: "No Problem!" Elizabeth’s four simple tips help us to deal with any problem that weighs us down, even the overdoing of the holidays. Hanley states, " when it comes to dealing with difficult problems, most of us have no plan and we just don’t know what to do."
Elizabeth Hanley’s book No Problem! How to Focus on Solutions can become your guide arming you with tips you need to handle difficult situations, as well as help you find value in adversity. A few years ago Hanley was struggling with some very difficult problems which all seemed to fall on her one after the other. No sooner did she get over one problem and another would bring her down. As a librarian with access to thousands of books, Elizabeth used her researching techniques to analyze what the experts and bestselling self-help authors had to say about problem solving. She distilled her ‘Four Simple Tips’ from such authors as Dr. Phil McGraw, Dale Carnegie, Tony Robbins, Steven Covey, Susan Jeffers, and M. Scott Peck.
Hanley found that the core message of problem solving came down to a simple formula which she calls, the "Four Simple Tips":
1. Define-see it as it is, not worse than it is, 2. Own-take control and feel the power
3. Truth-face the truth to see solution, 4. Balance-check the bigger picture.
From these tips she was able to form a clear-cut problem solving plan to assist her in her own life and as well as help others. Hanley offers all of us who are stuck in a rut of "too-busy, too-tired or too-financially strapped to improve our life" mentality a way of moving from "Oh NO!" to "NO PROBLEM!" With Christmas around the corner, use these tips from No Problem! to turn your anxiety about the season into serenity and joy in the moment!
For more information, review copies of the book, or to set up an interview contact
Mari Selby 540-446-5573.