The Bike That Saved My Life

The Bike That Saved My Life

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Rocky O'Dell wrote "The Bike That Saved My Life" when she lost someone close to her to lung cancer. That depth of that loss, discovered on a bike ride, caused her to examine her own life for how she could engineer real change to health and fitness, financial stability and happier relationships. She also learned a lot about lung cancer and the emotional and political ramifications of this deadly disease. This book presents the story of her inward search. Many of the current theories and practices regarding positive thinking do not encourage action. Recent popular concentration on the power of the positive has been largely a bust. By embracing the negative side of ourselves, examining our current situation and how it may turn out badly, we are forced into acting. Dreaming and thinking about how we want our world to be leaves us waiting and hoping. This book can teach us how to examine our present to predict our realistic future. By using that predicted future health, relationship or finances to scare the hell out of ourselves will make us take the steps necessary to realize a different, highly improved future. Rocky O'Dell has a Master's Degree in Instruction Design and Technology and a Bachelor's Degree in Speech. She excels at research. In addition, her widely varied background provides the skeleton for discovering the information presented in her books. This book should give hope to anyone wanting to take ACTION to change their life. Rocky can be reached at more

Product details

  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 277g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514740435
  • 9781514740439

About Rocky O'Dell

Rocky O'Dell has a Master's Degree in Instructional Design. She is the author of several books including Arthritis Answers and Jared and The Kildeer. She is a trained researcher. She can be reached at: VermillionPublishing@gmail.comshow more