Corporate Dropouts shares the inspirational stories of women who took the traditional corporate route but realised that the 9-5 wasn’t for them. These courageous leaders threw it all in and embarked on the journey of starting their own business and building a life based on their terms. In these stories, they share the ups, the downs and lots in between on their journey from Corporate Dropout to successful CEO.
In Phoenix Rising you’ll hear from an incredible group of women who have lain beneath the ashes of the lives they once knew, experienced a rebirth and used the flames that burned all they knew to the ground to ignite the fire inside them and to rise up brighter, stronger and more on purpose than ever to achieve their dreams.
This Little Book of Words has come to life after years of negative self-talk. I needed a go-to whenever that constant negative mind chatter started: I am useless; I am ugly; I am bad, etc. I realised I have a choice, and the negative mind chatter has an opposite. I changed the way I spoke to myself, one word at a time. Useless became useful, ugly became kind, and bad became ok. It’s a slow process that I practice daily, and a whole new world has opened up.
In this moving collection of poems Ralph Hadden has managed to beautifully and sensitively put into words what it felt and feels like to be so bereft. Through his poems he shares with the reader his journey from being a regular parent of healthy children, the experience of the cancer diagnosis of his youngest child, Clara, the shock, hope, fear, desperation and despair, and finally the devastation of the journey from diagnosis to death.
Some people love what they do for a living—in fact, their work inspires them to get up every single day with a spring in their step and a palpable sense of purpose. Others, however, dread their day—from the moment the alarm goes off in the morning to the moment they step into their office. These people think, ‘How do I find my purpose and then find that perfect job?’
It’s normal for couples to fight – isn’t it? When is a fight just a difference of opinion or a mild disagreement and when does it become an argument which leads to a destructive, hurtful fight? Should we stop the fight before it starts? “How Can We Stop Fighting” is all about stopping the nasty accusations and hostility. Couples in thriving affectionate relationships do fight – however they fight in constructive ways which don’t harm their relationship. This book shows you the difference.
How would it feel if you could step back from the battlefront and take a fresh look at what’s important? Then how would it feel to be able to do the seemingly impossible and remain mindful of why you are together and what your common life goals are together? This book shows you how to start the process of affectionately connecting with warmth, how to restore positivity and start to like your partner, then rekindle the love between you again.
There are gender differences in how we behave, react, or respond in our love relationships. Hence I have written two books on the same theme – fear of breaking up and of losing your partner. Each book shows you the way out of break up mode and back into creating warmth again. One book is addressing male readers and a companion book addresses the other one, female readers. Read about my four step process to discover that it is the smallest wrongs that have caused the greatest angst for each of you.
There are gender differences in how we behave, react, or respond in our love relationships. Hence I have written two books on the same theme – fear of breaking up and of losing your partner. One book is addressing male readers and a companion book addresses the other one, female readers. Each book shows you the way out of break up mode and back into creating warmth again. Read about my four step process to discover that it is the smallest wrongs that have caused the greatest angst for each of you.