What's standing in the way of your best life? It's not your boss, your mother or your metabolism. Maybe it's you.
Lauren Handel Zander knows that people are hungry for results-oriented, no-nonsense advice. Someone to tell it to them straight. To give them not only inspiration to change but a step-by-step plan to get it done. That's what she's done for tens of thousands of clients at Handel Group with her take-no-prisoners brand of radical personal accountability - a proven program that has worked for best-selling authors, top businesspeople, award-winning artists...and now you.
In Maybe It's You, you will finally and forever learn to:
- Cut the crap about being 'true to yourself' when you don't have a clue who that is.
- Tell the truth and nothing but your truth.
- Manage the head you call home.
- Get good at keeping promises to yourself.
- Find your sense of humour. Yes, it's missing.
Whether you want to find love, succeed at work, fix a fractured relationship, or lose weight, Maybe It's You will offer a road map to help you finally get there.
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Ce que les membres d'Audible en pensent
- Amazon Customer
I loved it. Some parts were hard to listen to but only because they hit so close to home. I read the first 2 chapters then took a one week break. Then picked it up again and did not stop till I was done. I highly recommend it to anyone that wants to make peace with themselves and everyone around them
- Anonymous User
I miss Lauren’s voice...😒
I’d heard Lauren’s spunky voice on podcasts and videos flooding YouTube so much so that by now it’s all too familiar and when the other narrator started reading unexpectedly, without warning, there was a feeling of being lost coz Lauren had done a brilliant job introducing herself and the listener was all pumped and looking forward to the ride.
Momentum is lost and it’s disorienting. Difference of the medium, I guess. A reader hears their own voice speaking the words while a listener hears the author’s voice.
Can it change? I could hear no more than 2 mins of the other narrator’s speech (nothing against you, you sound lovely too, perkier) and decided to write a review.
Lauren, I almost chickened out but decided to write.
I’m rating it a 3 coz even if it 1st class content, the unfamiliar voice factor loses 2 stars. Looking forward to revising the rating.