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The Girl I Used To Know: How to Find Yourself Again & Put Personal Priority Back On Your To-Do-List Hardcover – September 1, 2010
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About the Author
Marla Majewski is the founder of Inspire Empire Company and creator of the ten-week motivational program Getting Back to the Girl You Used to Know. Through her work as a life coach, motivational speaker, and writer, she provides advice, tools, and tips to help women fit in the focus, action, and progress needed to always have personal priorities on their to-do list—especially during the crazy years of raising children, juggling financial obligations, and/or pursuing a career. She understands what makes and keeps women motivated to better themselves and improve their lives, and has used her messages to bring positive change to her clients, audiences, and readers.
More About the Author
Learn more about Marla Majewski on her website at www.InspireEmpire.com.
Top Customer Reviews
In this book, author Marla Majweski addresses a theme that is common to many women today. One day we wake up and wonder what exactly happened to us for the past several years! We have lost the zeal for life, the fire, passion and excitement.
The Girl I Used to Know is about reconnecting with the power within you, and asking yourself whatyou want to do with your life. It's about taking a cold, hard look at your circumstances and making the choice to change what you don't like.
I thought that the book was well written with some very insightful questions that will help you discover the girl that you used to know as well.
Since I am in a bit of transition personally, it was good to take a look back, and a look forward and make some conscious choices about where I would like to go. Although I didn't do all of the activities suggested in the book, there were many questions that really made me stop and think. Overall, I definitely feel a little more direction, and of course, I loved the chapter on decluttering your life (since I am a declutterer at heart), which reminded me that I need to get back to that passion!
I received this book for free from NetGalley and Macam Publishing for this review. My opinions are my own.
I guess we all at some point think that we should have done things differently.