Truly revolutionary and life-changing insights are hard to come by. After you read Clark s book, you will do two things. First, you will take a deep breath, and feel a new zest for life and sense of calm which you ve owed to yourself for years. Second, you will find yourself looking around at the smart, successful people in the world, and think, How have they missed it? America is sick, and this book is the medicine we need to reclaim our joy, peace, and contentedness. If you don t think you need medicine, you probably need it the most. When I became friends with Clark years ago, I didn t think I needed his medicine. But it has changed my life. Now, with the release of Clark s book, his wisdom isn t limited to a small circle of friends sitting around an intimate dinner table. It is finally accessible to the masses, and it is an invaluable gift to the world. --Bryan Rosner Publisher, Biomed Publishing Group
I have laughed out loud and sobbed reading this. It speaks profoundly to the chapter of life I'm currently living in. My husband and I had separated for exactly the reasons this book so candidly address - overwhelming debt, loss of passion for living a fulfilling life and letting a very unsatisfying career rule a life. Your book has greatly impacted our marriage and we are now back together. I'm getting this book for my friends and family for Christmas! --Anonymous
In unWorking, Clark Vandeventer has hit a cord that so many of us have known existed but could never quite reach. He s helped me find my tune. I feel now like my life is a beautiful song because of this book. --Ben Riley
About the Author
Clark Vandeventer is proof that lifestyle design is possible. He came from nothing, didn’t go to an Ivy League school, and never made a million dollars. By the time he was in his late 20s, though, he’d achieved a pretty amazing life for himself and his family. Then, at the age of 30, he put it all on the line and mounted a campaign for Congress. He lost, and two months later he found himself living in his in-laws garage. Rather than dusting himself off and getting back in the game, Clark used his time in the garage to re-think everything, exit the rat race, and build an epic life on his own terms.