Join us for our next Book Club meeting on May 24th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Zoom.
We will sit down with Author, Dr. Tim Yen to discuss his book Choose Better, The Optimal Decision- Making Framework. You’ll be able to ask questions to Tim as well as discuss in small group your reflections from the book.
What is Choose Better?
Have you ever faced a challenge or decision that felt so overwhelming you had no idea where to start?
Choose Better provides a systematic approach to solving any problem, no matter how difficult. Designed by Dr. Timothy Yen, this series of questions will lead you step-by-step out of that state of indecision and into vibrant, confident action.
In times of stress, it’s easy to feel impossibly stuck. Not to mention isolated and alone. Developed across hundreds of individual case studies and thousands of clinical hours, Choose Better can help you find your best path forward no matter what life throws at you.
About The Author
Timothy Yen is a clinical psychologist with a doctorate from Azusa Pacific University, practicing in the East Bay area and leading conferences and retreats around the globe. Between his years in private practice and another eight years as a Mental Health Staff Sergeant in the US Army, he’s empowered hundreds of individuals, families, organizations, and teams to develop authentic relationships and grow into their best selves. He currently resides in Northern California with his wife and son.
Click here to order Choose Better from Amazon (or better yet, order from your local retailer). Print, Kindle and audio formats are available.
To RSVP for the event, please email Sylwia Preis at email@example.com.
BOMA San Francisco Book Club is a special interest group open to all BOMA SF members who wish to explore business and professional-related topics with their colleagues. Meetings will include panel led discussions as well as break out room sessions.
Disclaimer: Any views or opinions represented in this book club do not reflect the opinion of BOMA San Francisco. Any views or opinions discussed belong solely to the individuals and do not represent those of people, institutions or organizations that the owner may or may not be associated with in professional or personal capacity, unless explicitly stated. Any views or opinions are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company or individual.