This book is the dramatic followup to I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was. Barbara Sher offers a dynamic new step-by-step program to help you create a life you can fully enjoy. Using the practical exercises and bold strategies she outlines, you can make your "impossible" dreams possible, reachable, and real. She shows you how to decide what your dream is, eliminate the unnecessary burdens and clutter in your life, develop your ideas, and get what you want. Stop just getting by and start getting the most out of your life! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Barbara Sher has helped thousands of people overcome self-doubt and fear and find meaning in their lives with her previous bestsellers. In Live the Life You Love, she puts those ideas to work. Combining fast-acting strategies and innovative exercises with motivational techniques, she has created a revolutionary step-by-step program that will reveal:
What quality will make you "unstoppable" (and it's far more effective than "discipline" or "willpower")
What your favorite childhood pastimes reveal about what it takes to become a happy adult
How to use your natural curiosity, talents, and resources to turn your life around
Why one-size careers do not fit all
Foolproof techniques for leaping over the hurdles between you and your dream
With her trademark wit, wisdom, and insight, Barbara Sher has created a manual to live by--a transformational guidebook for self-understanding, and ultimately, lifelong happiness.See all Editorial Reviews
This is the third book I've bought, authored by BARBARA SHER. It was really more for curiosity than anything else. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Earline Taylor
I love this author, Barbara Sher. She has great ideas and perspective. I learned a lot.Published 6 months ago by Paula Latham
I just reread Live the Life You Love by Barbara Sher. Though the book was published in 1996, I found it to be evergreen and loved it once again. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Diana Schneidman
I have "I could do anything I want" and have continually returned to it over the years, re-reading chapters and reminding myself of the insights from the book. Read morePublished on May 14, 2013 by D. Strong
This is a good book, but if you only wanted to purchase one book I would recommend you purchase Wishcraft (same author).Published on January 4, 2013 by Lois Field
Listen up Barbara.
I don't know what you have to do, but PLEASE, hear me on this one. You have got to figure out some way to make this audiobook available to the general... Read more
This book is well-intentioned, with a great title that it doesn't quite live up to.
I found it a bit superficial, and would instead refer you to Second Acts, by Stephen... Read more