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Equilibrium Enterprises Information
  • Gretchen Grunburg
  • Phone: 858-633-1125
  • URL: http://www.equilibrium-ent.com
  • Equilibrium Enterprises, Inc. is a creative, multi-faceted organization creating quality content, including: digital arts (mobile applications), graphic design as well as publishing. EEI produces learning materials and solutions focused primarily on personal development.

    The great Coach John Wooden suggested that it was balance, second only to love as the most important Virtue. To that end, Equilibrium Enterprises, Inc., aims to help people regain their balance, restore control and achieve BIG goals using its many simple, unique and powerful tools and methodologies.

    For more information please email sales@equilibrium-ent.com
Equilibrium Enterprises Press Release -


  • How Do You Respond When the Pressure Is On? Introducing The Pressure Paradox
  • The Pressure Paradox is a sequel to Martin Grunburg's Amazon bestseller, The Habit Factor. This follow-up to The Habit Factor goes one step further to help us understand and harness the power of pressure to accelerate goal achievement.
  • San Diego, Calif. - Deadlines, obligations and problems can cause your stomach to churn with stress and anxiety, yet we all face such challenges daily ...
  • November 03, 2015 
  • Create Good Habits, Break Bad Habits: Self-Help Bestseller The Habit Factor(R) Hits Audible, iTunes and Amazon in Audiobook Format
  • The Habit Factor self-help bestseller is now available as an audiobook through Audible.com, Amazon and iTunes. The book explores HABIT (as the sole subject matter) and reveals timeless truths certain to accelerate your ability to achieve goals and create your ideal future - your success. The book succeeds the top-selling Productivity app of the same name, available for iTunes Android smartphones.
  • "It's a bit crazy to think just over four years ago there were essentially zero 'Habits & Goals' apps, and today there might be more than 100. I think ...
  • September 17, 2013