Recommended Book : The Change Guidebook, by Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino

Change is part of life – both in reaction to life,  and by proactively creating the change.

Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino’s  new book, The Change Guidebook,  will help you do the latter.

Yes, you can change yourself, and make a positive difference in the world too – with clear thought, helpful guidelines, and help from this successful life coach, influencer, consultant, trainer and speaker who tells it like it is and gives you the step-by-step guidelines, stories, steps, and exercises to help you do it.

Me, I tend to improv my way through life, which often works for me. But I remain open to input – and when others can help me focus and make my plan more clear and purposeful, I’m all for it.

I welcome the guidance. We’re all connected, (a concept both EHG and I talk about in our books) and designed to help each other.

I personally have reinvented myself so many times , I feel like a shape-shifter. Partial list of transitions:

  • From folksinger to NYC stage actor to lead singer in a band 
  • single Los  Angeles actress to Connecticut wife and mom.
  • Wife  to single mom /radio on-air talent to full-time voice talent and author , to…
  • professional speaker…to audiobook narrator,
  • single mom to married again.
  • …to podcast host.
  • …to  grandparent.
  • To, once again, author.

This week, I read Elizabeth’s book to put it all in perspective and clarify next steps. I actually did the exercises and enjoyed myself in the process, all the while learning about others’ journeys, and clarifying the meanings of my own choices.

Get this book – and use it! You’ll be so glad you did, to be your Best Ever You – and add more happier to the world.. I certainly am.

PS – I first met Elizabeth (still only virtually, maybe someday in person) as a guest on her Best Ever You show, and now am thrilled to be the voice that introduces her podcasts. And, I’m a fan.

 

 

 

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