Navigational Tips For Living In An Imperfect World

Navigational Tips For Living In An Imperfect World

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"A refreshingly different message...that we're fine as we are" - The Sunday Times Charles Bentley PhD's Unitive approach to personal development coaching has evolved as a result of his four decades of experience in the field of human potential. Written in collaboration with Marian Edmunds, a writer and business journalist, this book makes his insights accessible to all. If you're feeling lost and need to rediscover your own authentic route through life, this little book will guide you through the stress and anxieties of these rapidly changing and uncertain times. It will show you how to stop looking back through the distorting lens of the past and navigate your personal pathway through an imperfect world. You can let go of your personal fantasies of an unattainable future and realise the strength and joy of living in the here and now. "...indispensable reading to anyone interested in their own personal development" Gareth John "...overflowing with wisdom that can only be acquired through experiencing the problem" Lorraine Cobcroft "I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book." Gillian Dawn "This is a great quick read that could change your life!" Kymkr "I loved this book.
It is honest and simple to grasp." D. Martinez With original drawings and cartoons by Roger Beale, 'Navigational Tips for Living in an Imperfect World' provides a succinct and insightful guide to coping with the world as it is today.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 110 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 5mm | 118g
  • Australia
  • English
  • black & white illustrations, black & white illustrations
  • 0987257234
  • 9780987257239
  • 1,886,758

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