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ISBN:
0440507561
Author:
Barbara Sher
Category:
Dreams
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dell; Reprint edition (February 10, 1997)
Pages:
256 pages
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1833 kb
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1358 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Barbara Sher has helped thousands of people overcome self-doubt and fear and find meaning in their lives with her previous bestsellers. In Live the Life You Love, she puts those ideas to work

Barbara Sher has helped thousands of people overcome self-doubt and fear and find meaning in their lives with her previous bestsellers. In Live the Life You Love, she puts those ideas to work.

Subtitled In Ten Easy Step-By-Step Lessons, this book has ten chapters on helping individuals discover what they love, how to. .Clear step by step guide for everyone. Sher has written a choose your own adventure book. Find your issue, skip the chapters that don't apply to you!

Subtitled In Ten Easy Step-By-Step Lessons, this book has ten chapters on helping individuals discover what they love, how to challenge the resistance to getting there and taking action to make things happen. Writing in her typically self disarming style, Sher makes some extraordinary statements about the failures of life: if everyone has trouble following the rules, maybe the rules are the problem. Much of the book is very helpful. Find your issue, skip the chapters that don't apply to you!

Barbara Sher lives in New York City. Библиографические данные.

Barbara Sher lives in New York City. Live the Life You Love: In Ten Easy Step-By Step Lessons.

Barbara Sher is the best when it comes to improving your quality of life. Want to improve your life? Get this book and read it one step at a time

Barbara Sher is the best when it comes to improving your quality of life. She has many books that target your direction and path and how to attain it. Want to improve your life? Get this book and read it one step at a time. Live the Life You Love: In Ten Easy Step-by-step Lessons.

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Barbara Sher has helped thousands of people recapture their dreams, overcome self-doubt and fear, and find meaning in their lives with her sensational bestsellers,I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It WasandWishcraft. Now, in a work that is a brilliant culmination of her groundbreaking ideas, theNew York Timesbestselling author goes beyond the principles introduced in her previous books to explore the unique genius inside each of us.

Live the Live you Love helped me go from being a starving artist with a few drawings on the wall to a successful .

Live the Live you Love helped me go from being a starving artist with a few drawings on the wall to a successful international toy designer. The Membership: Hanging Out With Barbara Sher is my pride and joy. This is where I'll pop into your life 3 times a week to remind you of what's really important (like laughter, going easy on yourself, remembering or discovering who you really are, and delighting your brain with unexpected and fascinating glimpses into new worlds. The Courses: Stick around because I'll be adding courses based on my popular live courses as well as some brand new ones, never seen before!

Barbara's fourth book, Live the Life You Love: In 10 Easy Step-By-Step Lessons (1996), winner of the top award for . Barbara's sixth book, Barbara Sher's Idea Book, was self-published to accompany her public television show of the same name

Barbara's sixth book, Barbara Sher's Idea Book, was self-published to accompany her public television show of the same name. It can be seen and purchased at ww. eniuspress.

Book Format: Paperback. your heart's desire Barbara Sher has to b.Barbara Sher has to be the wisest woman in the world. With wisdom and warm reassurance, this step-by-step guide to personal and professional fulfillment teaches you the practical strategies you need to make your "impossible" dreams possible, reachable, and real Barbara Sher has to be the wisest woman in the world. justmeRosalie, July 27, 2007. Written by a customer while visiting librarything. 0 0. Customer Q&A.

No matter how long it's been since you've dreamed it...No matter how "unrealistic" it seems...Your impossible dream may not be impossible anymore.If you've been waiting for a job that rewards you with more than a  paycheck...or for the perfect moment to take that "long-lost" dream off  hold...it's time to stop waiting and start creating a life you can truly  love!In this life altering follow-up to the sensational New York Times Bestseller  I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was, Barbara Sher shows you how  to break free from a career that doesn't cut it...tailor-make a meaningful,  rewarding life to your personal specifications...and create a foundation for  a success that's strong enough to support your heart's desire.  With wisdom and warm reassurance, this step-by-step guide to personal and professional  fulfillment teaches you the practical strategies you need to make your  "impossible" dreams possible, reachable, and real.Discover:How to use "outcome thinking" to plot a positive path to your lifelong goalWhat your favorite childhood pastimes tell you about what it takes to be a happy adultHow to use your natural curiosity, talents, and resources to turn your thinking--and your luck--aroundWhy one-size careers do NOT fit allFoolproof techniques for leaping over the hurdles between you and your dreamHow to do what you love and love what you do for the rest of your life!1997).
  • BOND
This is the third book I've bought, authored by BARBARA SHER. It was really more for curiosity than anything else. More than twenty-five years I bought: "WISHCRAFT-HOW TO GET WHAT YOU REALLY WANT". The information in that book was really useful. But the advice in this book is a little quirky. For example Barbara tells you to call on your "allies" to help get you through a situation when you're stuck. But these "allies" aren't all real people. And instead of the old Pad And Paper way of writing down goals and making out plans, she have you using index cards. She tells you how to use and what you are to do with the index cards. She also gives good workable advice like using your local library, attend expos and conferences, go online and consulting the "Yellow Pages". This last listed assisted choice probably wouldn't work today since practically everything is online, including the "Yellow Pages". She also throws in having an "Ideal Party" and "Fantasizing" as ways to get the juices flowing also. After you've gone through all the chapters and have done all the exercises, that is when the index cards come into play and you pick a goal and go for it. Of course if you do or do little or nothing toward trying to figure out what you want or what your goal is, you will not be ready when you finish reading this book. But if you are serious, three days or not you will still pursue what you want, because you won't be happy unless you try. How do I know? I did not start my goal in three days. I am still gathering on my project. Right now I have enough to get started and that's fine too. I think Barbara ask the readers to pick a goal and start it in so little time because she don't want you sitting on your hands. She wants you to get going. I know that everyone who has read this book recently or plan to read this book know that it is close to twenty years old, however some of the information is still useful. I credit Barbara Sher for helping me to break situations down into smaller workable steps to get problems solved. I no longer wait until the last minute to do anything. I get pen and paper, sit down and figure it out. Right now I'm planning "Thanksgiving", "Christmas", and "New Years Day" and this is only "June 06, 2015". Unfortunately I couldn't give this book more than Three Stars. It' just not as good as her prior two titles.
  • Hawk Flying
This book is amazing. I have studied psychology for years, and this product helps you change to become the person you want to be by using what has worked for you in the past to understand what really works to help you achieve your goals. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to improve their life easily.
  • Zamo
I have "I could do anything I want" and have continually returned to it over the years, re-reading chapters and reminding myself of the insights from the book. I really like Barbara Sher's style, her understanding of real human beings that don't just blindly follow instructions in self-help books, and her ideas about what holds us back from knowing and pursuing what we love. So I thought, having gotten a little clearer on what I want, this one would help me focus on how to make it happen.

It's got a lot of the same insights, and new ones, which are helpful-- the introduction is great, validating the things you already do, and the way you are naturally motivated. The problem is... she pretends that her system is fool proof. There's a heading "I can never do the exercises in these books!" and it's all about resistance, what it's about and how to overcome it. Unfortunately, her fool-proof solution to overcoming resistance involves using a "memory deck" of index cards that you are supposed to carry around with you at all times. Throughout the book, there are "memory deck alerts" telling you to add a card to the deck, commemorating some insight you supposedly just had from supposedly doing the last exercise... but if you're like me (and like Barbara Sher, as she readily admits in her writing!) you don't just do exercises in books, you wait to try things that seem like they will really fit with your natural working style. This is where she lost me. It starts off honoring the systems you've already found for yourself, your natural way of working. Then it asks you to do something totally foreign, and assumes you've done it. And keeps saying how easy and and how fool proof the system is, if you just follow these 10 "easy" steps.

I want my self-help books to offer suggestions, but not to have rigid expectations for what I'm supposed to do with what I read. The idea that I am going to make a memory deck and carry it around with me- it's just not going to happen. The idea that you can follow a linear progression of 10 steps and come out the other side with a perfect plan ready to put into action is also just a little too tidy for real life, which is not a blank slate waiting for a perfect plan- there's already a lot in place that's already working. I am ok ignoring the aspects of the book that don't work for me- but the author's expectation that you have followed these instructions, alongside her supposed understanding of real human behavior and resistance, I find contradictory and off-putting.

That said, if you work this way, and like following instructions, or if you are just getting started on figuring out what you want to do with your life, it's likely that this book will at least get you pointed in the right direction. Just don't expect it to be the life-changing thing it promises to be, unless you are committed to the belief that it will be-- I'm sure if you walk in with that full faith in the process and follow it, it really would be amazing.
  • Beanisend
I bought this book back in 2003, but somehow I misplaced it at the time.
Then last spring I semi-retired, and found it again. I wanted to kick myself for not reading it cover-to-cover earlier.

But the teacher will appear when the student is ready, and Barbara Sher waited on the shelf, patiently, for me to get my act together.

I only wish it had been sooner. When I read it this time I took the time to actually do the step-by-step lessons. And not surprisingly, my life has became better, finally including time for things I love.

If you're in transition - or want to be - this is a fantastic book to help you redefine your life and make it a joyful one - that you yourself design.

Trust me, it's well worth it!
  • Walianirv
Happy with this book and with the overall purchase. Wouldn't read it twice, but still an enjoyble one time thing.