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The Game of Change

My Zen Steps to Unleash Success, Balance and Happiness
Narrated by: Stephanie Murphy
Length: 4 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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This book is for all the amazing women out there, in their capacity as daughters, mothers, office-goers, business owners, home keepers, dreamers, and achievers. It is also for all the wonderful men who get to interact with these amazing women. The author is writing about her perception on what worked in nurturing the power of success in the three-important people of her life; her husband, son, and daughter without compromising her life. 

The juggling multiple rolls is hard work and exhausts people and stress seems to be a norm of life. It makes it hard to come out of this repetitive pattern, making people live in anxiety and fear. It is tiresome and reflects on one's moods, immune system, and health. This book ruminates on people's assumptions, oscillating between rational and emotional silos, bringing the listener toward that critical breakthrough that can change the trajectory of their life.

The book contains easy-to-use, scientifically researched formula to enable the change. The author uses her "I am not perfect" mantra to get more from life, which gives an opportunity to change efficiently and effectively into a happier person. This book will inspire the listener on the art of change, offering easy-to-use techniques to help implement the desired change in the areas of life that are no longer working. 

©2018 Geeta Ramakrishnan (P)2018 Geeta Ramakrishnan

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Same Old, Same Old

I do not think that there was a single original idea in this book. It’s content consists of ideas from all mainstream self-help books in a slightly different order.