Subtitle A practical guide to knowing what you want and making it happen...NOW

Shelley Brunskill-Matson
Price $14.95
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What Are You Waiting For? is a unique, impactful guide to living the life you want, right now. People from all walks of life find themselves saying that they’ll be able to chase their dreams ‘when they have more time’, ‘when the kids grow up’, ‘when the weather improves’, and many more tenuous excuses. Shelley Brunskill-Matson challenges readers to stop waiting, to let go of whatever is holding them back, and to start living the life they want.

Going beyond the routine self-help processes, Brunskill-Matson offers an effective approach that she herself has followed. You will be inspired along the way by motivational quotes and challenged by powerful coaching questions. The comprehensive, five-step process will help you to be honest about what’s really stopping you from going after your dreams, and give you the tools to push through it. If you want a dynamic, innovative, transformative approach to living your life, this book is for you.

Break the habit of waiting and cultivate a happier, more fulfilling life. With Brunskill-Matson’s revolutionary way of recharging your life, you get out exactly what you put in. Following her structured steps will give you a better understanding of how to stop wasting time waiting. Practical, immediate, lucid and fun, this book carries a life-changing punch above its weight, with distilled wisdom and new zing to live your kick-arse life without fear.

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Format Trade Paperback 168 Pages
ISBN 9781921966651
Size6.00 in x 9.25 in x 0.38 in / 152.40 mm x 234.95 mm x 9.65 mm
Published Date April 21st, 2015
Shelley Brunskill-Matson

Shelley Brunskill-Matson has an honours degree in psychology and is an experienced life coach, writer and speaker. Since leaving the corporate world to establish her own coaching practice almost 20 years ago, she has helped hundreds of clients get unstuck through one-on-one coaching and group coaching workshops. Shelley has also done a great deal of work in the area of supporting those who have lost loved ones to suicide. She is a facilitator of the WAVES programme, a psycho-educational programme for adults bereaved by suicide, and is completing a PhD focussing on the care and support of young people who have lost someone close to them to suicide. In addition to her private training practice, she holds training roles with Victim Support and Skylight trust (a specialist grief support organisation).

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