Life is a zero-sum game, right? The more you strive to win in one dimension (such as your work or school), the more you have to sacrifice in the other dimensions (family, community, and the private self). Described in the best-selling, award-winning book Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life (Harvard Business, 2008) and in the soon-to-be published Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life (Harvard Business, 2014), this course teaches you a proven method that shows how you donâ€™t always have to make trade-offs between lifeâ€™s most important domains, and certainly not as often as you think. Nor should you! A trade-off mindset makes people feel all manner of stress â€“ unfocused, resentful, and overwhelmed. It hurts those you care about and prevents you from performing effectively to produce results that matter in every part of your life. In this course you learn how to articulate your values and personal leadership vision, cultivate supportive relationships with people who matter most in all parts of your life, and continually experiment with how you get things done to better align your actions with your values -- and so produce positive sustainable change. This step-by-step method for pursuing what professor Stew Friedman calls "four-way wins" has enabled people all over the world to become more successful and satisfied leaders in all parts of life: work (or school), home, community, and the private self (mind, body, and spirit). This practical course has been taught to thousands of students at Wharton and elsewhere by Friedman since 2001. Over 57,000 enrolled in the first Coursera session of this course earlier this year and the instructor rating for it was second-highest of all University of Pennsylvania courses on Coursera.