Following are our books in the Live the Good Life series.
We can show how to turn your dream into reality even if you don’t have a dime in the bank or a clue how to start.
By all accounts your life is pretty good, but you keep thinking about that one special thing you’ve always wanted to do: go back to college, travel around the world, write a book, or run a marathon. Real life – family, work, and other commitments – has pushed your dream into the limbo we all know called Some Day.
“Some day I’ll do this…”
The truth is, Some Day will never arrive until you define your dream, save the money, and start taking action. Dream Save Do is the fast track to Some Day.
Get a copy for yourself and one for a friend you would like to help take the first step to living their dream life.
“Scheming and dreaming will only fill your time. Taking action will fill your bank account.
Whether you want to streamline for a move, a big trip, a new relationship, or just to stop feeling so weighed down by all your possessions, this guide will show you how to get out from under all your stuff so you can start Living the Good Life.
This book comes with practical advice on getting rid of your stuff. But we all know that the step-by-step guide isn’t always enough. We also address the emotional and societal pressures of decluttering, and it will pay for you to analyze this as you go to help prevent a relapse in the future. If you know why you tend to accumulate things, you’ll see the warning signs earlier next time.
This is how we went from a house full of stuff to two backpacks to travel the world. You probably don’t want to downsize that much, but who better to learn from than two people who did it?
Learning to speak up, say what you want, and stop worrying about what everyone thinks is the fast track to Living the Good Life. In Strip Off Your Fear: Slip Into Something More Confident, author Betsy Talbot takes readers through a sexy striptease of the emotional layers that keep women from fully expressing their wants, needs, and dreams to the people they know and love.
The book contains many personal anecdotes of the author’s transition from a self-described ‘Good Girl’ in conservative small-town USA through 10 years of changes that led to traveling the world at 40 with her husband Warren. In her signature style, she marries learning with action, using deeply personal stories to illustrate breakthroughs and then guiding the reader through exercises to reveal their own flawed and fabulous selves.
This is not a subject to keep to yourself. Betsy has included a section at the end of the book on how to start the conversation around fear and confidence with friends with thoughtful questions, a menu, a signature cocktail, and even a soundtrack to get it all started.
Speak up. Be proud of who you are, what you know, and what you do. Help other women do the same. When you change your world for the better, you make it better for the rest of us.