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If It's Not Right Go Left - cover

If It's Not Right Go Left

Kristen Glosserman

Publisher: The Collective Book Studio

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Summary

“An upbeat and approachable lifestyle guide that’s structured around eleven transformative lessons.” —Foreword Reviews Everyone gets stuck sometimes. Whether it’s because of a personal loss, an aimless career, or a difficult breakup, many people find themselves unsure where to take their next steps. Kristen Glosserman—goal-setting strategist, life coach, and mother of four—offers wise guidance and direction, using examples culled from her own inspiring life. In light of her own family tragedy and personal struggles, Kristen formulated a plan to regain sight of her goals, and now makes it available to readers. Each chapter builds on the idea that life will happen no matter what, and it's up to us to respond accordingly. With beautiful illustrations and a wealth of constructive lessons, If It’s Not Right, Go Left reveals how connection, communication, and collaboration bring change. “Kristen is a steady, patient reminder of doing what you can, celebrating the good stuff, and not beating yourself up about what you didn't do. There’s always tomorrow.” —Rina Stone, Creative Director, InStyle “Those who find themselves in a rut may appreciate the nudges.” —Publishers Weekly  
Available since: 09/28/2021.
Print length: 160 pages.

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