Dan Rather · Courage Under Fire

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Dan Rather's · Lessons From the Field

“Work-Life Balance” is one of the hottest genres in the burgeoning field of stress management. With millions of people struggling to balance career/business, family, and health, MBN spoke with legendary newsman Dan Rather on what he has learned about work-life balance.

In "Lessons from the Field: Everything I Learned About Life I Learned from Reporting", Rather writes about how he has juggled his commitment to journalism, family, and friends. He examines his work ethic, personal values, and religious beliefs in a format that invites the reader to explore the question: At the end of the day, what truly matters?

Courage Under Fire profiles one of the leading journalists of our time. From Vietnam to Afghanistan and into the highest corridors of power, Dan Rather’s commitment to excellence has never wavered. In his companion book, "Lessons from the Field: Everything I Learned About Life I Learned from Reporting", Rather opens up about what really matters at the end of the day. Whether he is writing about the search for humility, overcoming adversity or the courage to keep on keeping on, Dan Rather’s Lessons from the Field can help you examine your life through a new lens.

Each lesson comes with a series of questions designed to deepen your thinking about your personal values. Here, you are invited to use these questions as a jumping off point for journaling about your own experiences.

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