Her brief, personal essays will inspire you to make changes, and her Take Action Challenges will guide you through small steps that will slowly teach you to think, act, love, work, and even laugh in a whole new way.
©2000 Cheryl Richardson; Cover Photograph by Deborah Feingold; (P)2000 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing; Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
This book has many good ideas. However, the format doesn't lend itself well to listening for anything more than a few minutes at a time. Much of the book is set up to give you week by week assignments, and this, frankly, doesn't work well if what you are looking for is a book on tape for extended listening (i.e., for a hour or two at a time). I would recommend the book from a content perspective, just not for a book on tape.
I honestly write these reviews in a spirit of sharing and helpfulness. I have no idea why I always end up sounding so snotty...
If you need help coping with your horrible middle seat in the airplane and 'not one hundred percent in love with your last haircut' problems, this is the book for you. The author definitely does not believe you, or anyone, should have to bear such misery.
To me, it sounded very much like self-help for sociopaths.
If you have real problems (and a brain) you might want to purchase something else... don't know what.
[For meditation I liked Jinananda's book and also Meditation for Dummies. For relationships, I liked Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay a lot.
Have not yet found a good life coach volume - still looking!]
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