Boldness, service, kindness, commitment, creativity, happiness, spirituality. These are the subjects of the chapters in this audiobook and the BIG ways we discover our own passion, love with every ounce of us, and reclaim our wildest dreams. It's an audiobook about visionaries, dreamers, crusaders, and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. About how to shift our attitude, seize the day, and grow into the person we were meant to be.
Featuring profiles of everyday people who are living fully and completely and filled with suggestions for life-changing activities, this audiobook will get you thinking BIG, dreaming BIG, and asking the right BIG questions.
©2001 Pam Grout (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Pam does an incredible job of helping you see the stories of other people's lives and that living big is the only option that we were ever truly given.
You will be inspired by the story and guided by the direction that she gives.
This book will not only inspire you but will also tell you real stories about real people who lived their passion and purpose against all odds and achieved great success. This is a call to action! Loved it!
"Feels like an unconnected group of anecdotes"
I wanted to like this book - the big idea is to encourage us all to open our minds to the potential within. However, I found that there was a lot of examples of others "living big" and in the end, it left me feeling unsure of what I needed to do, other than to feel inspired. I am always cautious about author-performers and this is a case in point: I found Pam's American English accent hard to listen to at times.
I think I would direct someone to e2 instead
Elizabeth Gilbert- Big Magic
I was a little bit disappointed as Esquared is such a life changing book. It is so fun to listen to and gives lots of practictal tips to make change.
I was expecting the same from Living Big but it was not the case.
Living Big is a collection of stories with happy endings/ people changing their lives.
Pam also for some reason does not sound as upbeat or make as many jokes as she did in e squared which made it much less inspiring.
However still nice to have on in the background, very positive, Im just not sure it is as ground breaking as the personal development books that people are looking for.
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