Sher has transformed the lives of millions with her phenomenally
successful books, workshops, and television appearances.
Now, in a work that explores and demystifies one of life's
most challenging and bewildering passages, she shatters
the myth that turns midlife into a crisis and offers a bold
new strategy for creating a new life after forty.
this Audio Book, Barbara reads from the book and shows you
how to rediscover the inspired, enthusiastic adventurer
you wanted to be before you became the responsible adult
you had to be. In her warm, conversational style, she brings
home the book's deepest messages: According to Sher, it's
never too late to start over. In fact, midlife is the perfect
time to do so, a time when dreams for the future and experiences
of the past finally come together. "The second life,"
as Sher calls it, can be even better than the first. More
important, it would have been impossible to make these crucial
realizations until now. Discover:
to make life's built-in "time limit" work for
Which of your "regrets" can point the way to
a more rewarding life
How to identify--and overcome--the illusions that stop
you from living your dreams
Dozens of ways to recapture your freedom... without succumbing
to "road fever," trophy-mate collecting, or
other midlife maladies.
step-by-step strategies with provocative exercises and motivational
techniques, this extraordinary audio book revisits the dreams
you abandoned along the path to adulthood and provides all
the tools you will need to weave those aspirations into
a richly textured, meaningful life. Beginning with the empowering
notion that our most precious gifts are still waiting to
be discovered, Barbara Sher shows you how to turn each of
midlife's challenges into a catalyst for dynamic change.
Indeed, no matter what your age, it's only too late--to
reclaim your creativity, recapture your long-lost dreams,
and embark on an exciting new life--if you don't start right
hours of listening time
8 CDs, Audio Cassettes or easy-to-download MP3 files
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