Now more than ever, it seems as though a record-breaking number of individuals are suffering from stress, lack of personal and professional fulfillment, and unhappiness. Even with so many self-help and personal empowerment books out in the marketplace today, there simply does not appear to be a viable solution yet on how to nip these common social problems in the bud.
That is until now. Believe it or not, the solution may be alot simpler than you think. All it takes is to change your perspective on life and how to live it. Living the Cowabunga Lifestyle, written by my clients Ed and Ellen Schack, affectionately known as The CEO Couple, is the first book to set a light-hearted tone to living your life less seriously while offering a lifestyle template and stepwise process for adopting this lifestyle.
Ed and Ellen Schack, who have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, 700 Club, and The New York Post, understand firsthand how challenging balance can be--both are CEOs of successful businesses and are committed to their blended family. Through their family backgrounds and life experiences, Ed and Ellen have found a unique way to blend their families, work, and personalities in a way that complement each other.
The Schacks chose the term "Cowabunga" to define their light-hearted aproach because it fit what they believe in--an easygoing way to look at life and simply enjoy being alive. It's a word most commonly used with surfers who are known to be laid back and do not appear to have a care in the world. It is about the simple things and truly appreciating them without getting uptight or serious.
While all this may sound like it might be too simplified to actually work, the approach has worked wonders for this CEO couple, their family, colleagues, and friends who have all experienced the Cowabunga lifestyle for themselves. Now Ed and Ellen Schack want to share their inspirational message with a wider audience and individual readers who want to try something new and different in their search for happiness and satisfaction.