- File Size: 1084 KB
- Print Length: 55 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Change Blog (December 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 1, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GLDK0YQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #920,192 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Possibility of Change: 10 True Stories of Travel & Adventure Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
The Change Blog has published more than 500 stories since 2007. Contributors include Ali Luke, Alex Blackwell, Amy Clover, Barrie Davenport, Betsy Talbot, Farnoosh Brock, Glen Allsopp, Henri Junttila, Jonathan Mead, Marcus Sheridan, Scott Young, Srinivas Rao and Tara Mohr. The Change Blog publishes "The Possibility of Change" book series which helps people accomplish their desires for change.
On a personal note, I'm married with four kids (boys aged 6, 5 and 1-year old twins). I was born and raised in Perth, Australia, but currently live in Red Deer, Canada. I'm passionate about books, running, tennis, business, social media, and helping people change.
Top Customer Reviews
An easy read (with a beautiful cover I might add), Peter Clemens has collected from his Change Blog community (40,000+ !)
ten experiences from ten different authors from all walks of life.
And yes, these are practical experiences written in every day language that offer inspiration to anyone seeking change in their lives whether they are travel buffs and adventure seekers or just stay-at-home types.
A perfect (holiday) gift book, the additional information about the authors and their websites in the acknowledgements is an appreciated plus.
This book inspired me to check out his other books in the series, and anyone loving the blog will certainly enjoy these travel and adventure stories as well.
The book is a series of short stories written by a variety of authors. They tell how they decided to travel long-term and the impact it had on their lives.
Some were like the 30-something married couple that had successful corporate jobs. Or some were single who weren’t sure where they were headed in life. But they all talked about their own personal stories of change, growth, learning and personal discovery.
The best part of the book is that it easily causes the reader to reflect on their own life and ask themselves questions. Could I do that? Would I want to? What if I did? What if I did something like that but a little different? How would that work for me?
That’s the value of the book. Not that we should copy exactly what the authors did but that we might ask ourselves questions and apply the answers in our own lives.
The authors and the publisher/editor should be commended for their clear everyday insights into complex universal problems.
The choice of communication style in everyday 'plain English' is an important strategic element in the project's aim to foster hope, bridge complexity and simplicity, and suggest direction.
Watch this space!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I see this book as a motivation guide to hesitant travelers. It made me feel that change affects one according to age and resilience,but it also encourages change and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Susan
This is the perfect literature for relaxation: reading about other people living their dream while building yours. It is very inspiring and shows that it IS possible. Read morePublished on February 2, 2014 by Blue Icebreaker
Reading this book was very encouraging, Reading all the stories teach me that traveling can be perfect excuse to learn, change, transform our life, because it can bring challenging... Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by Catalina Quintana
This was a very readable book about ordinary people with the courage to make big changes in their life. Read morePublished on December 14, 2013 by Leslie Clary
The stories were interesting but not life changing. I don't think it's worth the original cost but for free it was ok.Published on December 12, 2013 by Trena Johnson