A New Book by Nicholas Haines
This book and its supporting content have been written for anyone who wants to have Healthier, Happier and more Empowering relationships in their life - Relationships that are Kind and Flow.
The relationship could be with a loved one, a friend, your children, a family member or even yourself. Although this content isn’t specifically designed to help build teams or support your working relationships, you'll find plenty of useful content to do just that.
This book is completely different than any other relationship book you'll have ever read, or is currently available in the market place.
The secret sauce within this book comes from the Five Energies, The Vitality Test and over 50,000 one on one consultations. We know that it's highly likely you'll find this content supportive, insightful and valuable in all your relationships and throughout your life - because that's what everyone tells with us.
The Art of Kind and Flowing Relationships: Review
“We are all in relationships, some successful and other not so.
When our relationships are not working, at a fundamental level, they show signs of friction, stagnation and stuckness.
Having spent thirty years in Human Resources you learn just how important relationships are at a work and on a personal level. If a relationship, that you care deeply about, isn’t working, it can make your life miserable. There is also nothing like having a bad relationship with your boss or spouse to focus the mind!
Nick’s, new book helps the reader to understand how important relationships are and most importantly how to create healthier, happier and more empowering relationships, through in Nick’s words, the lens of kindness, respect and empowerment’.
I learnt more about relationships and the energies behind successful relationships, in the few hours it took to read this wonderful book, that in thirty years of reading HR and business articles on the subject of relationships.
I would wholeheartedly recommend you purchase Nick’s book and get yourself a comfortable chair and cup of tea, as you will be immersed in it, page by page, as Nick unveils the art of kind and flowing relationships and just how important kindness is to living a great and fulfilling life.”
Fellow CIPD, MSc HRM
When I was five years old my mother became very ill, and as a result, I spent over a year in different family homes, moving every few months. In each new home, I was shown extreme kindness and care, at one of the most confusing and difficult times in my life. Even though I was very fortunate, unlike many people in this situation, I still became a very anxious child and hyper-vigilant as to how to fit it. All hidden behind a jolly exterior.
In my adult life, as well as having a happy marriage and three wonderful children, I had the privilege to spend 35 years practising and teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine. I recently calculated that over that time I conducted over 50,000 one on one consultations. The majority of which had some discussion about what was working well - or going badly - in their life and relationships. Plus, some solutions from me for them to try and improve the situation.
The content in this book is the result of a lifetime of obsessively observing how we interact or get on, over 50,000 consultations and a wonderful and deeply loving marriage and family life.
About the Author Nicholas Haines
Nicholas Haines is the creator of The Vitality Test and a Kindness Ambassador at the Five Institute, as well as an international speaker, author, strategist and teacher in Chinese energetics.
As a Kindness Ambassador, Nick spends his time actively creating a world where Kindness is the common language and way of life, from how you treat yourself and others, to how families, relationships, business cultures, governments and international change operate.
Through his work at the Five Institute Nick has been engaged by a diverse range of companies, individuals and organisations from leadership teams at large corporations through to NHS hospitals, educational institutes, international governments and the United Nations.
Barbara de Angelis