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Life Makeovers is organized into 52 chapters, one for each week of the year. (Procrastinators: don't wait until January 1 to start--just call this week "week 1" and get going.) Each chapter has a specific theme with a "Take Action Challenge": a practical strategy to put a change into action immediately. For example, week 1 encourages you to reflect on what you've done right by writing down your five greatest accomplishments and three ways you've grown in the past year. Week 5 helps you manage your time by creating an "Absolute Yes" list of your five top priorities for the next 3 to 6 months. Week 20 helps identify behaviors that trigger feelings of irritability or frustration with a "I know I'm headed for trouble when..." list and three things you'll put in place to support your self-care when these happen. Additional topics range widely, such as exploring your internal rules and standards, asking for support, improving your sleep, shaking up your daily routine, and sharing with those in need. Each chapter also includes several well-chosen resources for exploring the topic further.
If you use Life Makeovers as it's designed, you'll have the wisdom and inspiration of one of the best personal coaches in the business for a whole year. You'll have to work with her--no instant magic here--but it will be worth it. --Joan Price --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Awesome read well reading for those who need a little oomph in their livesPublished 1 month ago by the orgados
The honestly didn't benefit much from this book, although it does have some helpful hints. Some people would probably really like it.Published 2 months ago by Carrie
I'm looking forward to reading the book and doing the activities throughout the next few months. Based on the little that I've read, I anticipate great results.Published 3 months ago by XIII KD
I haven't read the book yet. This book came quickly because of my Amazon prime membership. I think that even with the price increase it will be worth it.Published 3 months ago by Stacy Latham
don't think I'd get much out of it if I weren't in a small group which actually does an chapter each week and discusses it, but as it is we enjoy touching base with each other and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by befree
If you feel depressed or deeply sad and goal ness, you definitely read this book to feel different. You will aware what's your qualification. Read morePublished 7 months ago by H. S. Kilvas
I am still reading the book. This book is not made to read fast but is helping to think in a different way.Published 9 months ago by Jeanine Gibson
I love Life Makeovers. I am completing the activities in this book for the third year in a row. I am also teaching workshops based on this material.Published 14 months ago by Jacqueline Owen
I had heard good things about Cheryl Richardson, so I was excited to read this book. However, I found it somewhat light on content. Read morePublished on March 11, 2011 by Anonymous