Stage Climbing: The Shortest Path to Your Highest Potential is a new book by renowned psychologist Dr. Michael Broder (you’ve seen him featured on Oprah, The Today Show, CNN, TIME, Newsweek, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal). In it he makes you a BIG promise: by understanding your present stage (in a given area of life) and how to climb to your target stage (with ample strategies and guidance), you’ll be able to reach your goals, manage your emotions, become free of your past, and finally have the life you were BORN to live.
Stage Climbing is a simple yet extremely powerful process that you can learn in minutes, helping you reach your highest potential in any part of life you choose to work on. There are lots of practical examples as well as the tools you will need to take your life to the next level.
This is a book you’ll be talking about and sharing with friends and family for years to come!!
Do You Want to Wake Up and Live Consciously,
Or Let Life Do It for You?
Conscious living is something to which you can aspire, awaken, and put into practice–no matter whether you’ve chosen it or it has chosen you; it can become a powerful way of life! This anthology book celebrates the strength and beauty that all women possess. It provides a resource, a sounding board and a path for you to follow. And mostly, it speaks the truth about surviving and thriving through uncertainty, growth and sometimes seemingly impossible circumstances.
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Sharon Donovan is the author of 7 books. Her work includes: Inspiration, Romantic Suspense and Psychological thrillers. Sharon also has written a narrative non-fiction book about the progression of blindness related to diabetes. This book is especially significant because Sharon’s writing career began 10 years ago after losing her vision to a long battle with diabetic retinopathy.
Prior to the loss of her vision, she was a legal secretary for the Court of Common Pleas where she prepared cases for judges in Domestic Relations. Painting was her passion. When she could no longer paint, she began attending creative writing classes and memoir workshops. After a long and winding road, a new dream emerged.
Today, instead of painting her pictures on canvas, Sharon paints her pictures with words. Sharon writes stories of inspiration and suspense. She is a published author with The Wild Rose Press, White Rose Publishing, Whimsical Publications and Chicken Soup for the Soul.
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In April of 2012, Sharon passed away. I am grateful for having the opportunity to speak with her. She was a remarkable and inspiring woman that accomplished so much despite the challenges she faced. I am certain that all who knew her felt blessed to have had the opportunity.
Jacent Mpalyenkana is the author of: Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD. Jacent is an African woman, currently residing in Southern California. She is an expert in Commerce, Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Supply Management, Conflict Resolution, Personal development and Decision Sciences. She has diverse experience in Marketing, Public service (having worked with the United Nations for over 7 years) and a passion for philosophy and spirituality. She is also a successful Therapist with a profound desire to use her mind and hands to heal others.
Do not Force it, TAP THE GOOD is a contemporary inspirational book that embraces mystery, humor, philosophy and metaphysics to inspire. This book comes at a time when many in the world are experiencing personal, emotional and economic challenges. Jacent introduces readers to a “road map” to help us find and recognize the abundant and inexhaustible amount of good that is within our reach, regardless of our perceived challenges.
To find out more about Jacent Mpalyenkana‘s book,
go to: TapTheGood.com.