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Reviewed by Stephanie Dagg for Readers' Favorite
"Achieving Life’s Equilibrium" by Dennis Chung takes a very thought-provoking and inspiring look at what life is really about. Conversational throughout, the book makes us think long and hard about achieving balance in our lives, about giving it a purpose and knowing how to achieve that purpose. Chung counsels us to concentrate on the three main pillars: health, wealth and happiness. If we can manage these successfully then we can get away from the contemporary obsessions with quick fixes and convenience. Confronting these and other obstacles in our way, we need to think what life is really about and how we are going to make our experience of it as fine as it can be by balancing the three crucial ingredients.
Chung uses anecdotes to back up the good sense he talks about. He shows us how small things can teach us big lessons and how we can shun the ubiquitous and tempting things that threaten to lead us astray and encourage us to get our priorities in the wrong order. Health can be nurtured with good, sensible nutrition and adequate exercise, wealth by managing savings and avoiding debt and by investing and maximising earnings, and happiness arises when you make your life worthwhile and achieve inner peace. Chung gives real life examples and presents us with plenty of advice and ideas to follow. Creating a road map and undertaking a SWOT analysis might sound a little extreme but the author shows us how these are very necessary to help us clarify our goals and visions and set about making the most of every day. We can achieve equilibrium in our lives and we will feel happier and better for it.