Full Life Balance: The Five Keys to the Kingdom (How to Live Better Every Day) is William Wesley’s first book. Full Life Balance is a lifestyle for seekers. Seekers are people who are trying to improve their circumstances. They are found in all age groups; all income brackets; all races; and in all physical, mental, social, and religious conditions. Seekers can be male or female, formally educated and life-educated. If you want to improve some aspect of your life and are willing to take the actual steps necessary, you are a seeker.

Full Life Balance is a way to live a full, healthy, productive, engaged, exciting, abundant and useful life. FLB gives you an outline to achieve this by developing a balance between your natural need and desire for spiritual contact (spiritual), a healthy existence (physical), emotional engagement (emotional), personal achievement
(professional), and charitable activity (charitable).

So, if you are looking at your life and asking, “How can I be better? How can have what I need? How can I be happy? How can I have less stress? How can I be healthier? How can I do what I truly want to do for a living? How can I Live Better Everyday™?” then Full Life Balance: The Five Keys to the Kingdom is the answer you seek.

William K. Wesley has over 25 years of experience in management and financial services holding positions such as Store Manager, Financial Advisor, Bank Branch Manager, and Vice President of Investor Education. He is also a former San Francisco Human Rights Commissioner, the creator of the Stadium Scholarship program, a former Board of Managers member of the Bayview Hunters Point YMCA, and former Program Director of the Mayors Summer Youth Employment Program.

William holds a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) and a Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) and teaches as an Adjunct Professor of business at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, California. He is also an arbitrator, a motivational speaker and financial lecturer, corporate trainer and a current advisory board member of Biotech Partners. Sailing, reading, playing tennis, and spending time with family are some of William’s favorite things to do.