This is my friend Laura’s new book:
I loved reading this book!
There were so many concepts that were introduced that resonated with me that I felt like I was having coffee and discussing my own life with my BFF.
I loved also all the quotes she chose to begin the chapters.
Like Laura, I struggle with my “monkey mind”. Here’s my trick for dealing with it: I have learned to feed it a banana to get it to settle down so that I can think. You’re welcome.
I had a similar experience to the author’s with regard to biking with her husband. My husband was an athlete all his life and I was, well, I was not. Biking was something that he thought we could maybe do together and I manned up to be his partner. He got the short end of the deal though, when we were biking miles from home and I lost my balance and steered my front tire through—yes, through—his. I think we walked back to the cars with him carrying both bikes, and probably me, too, on his shoulders. Not pretty.
One of my hero is quoted in the book, Eleanor Roosevelet. “All the water in the world can’t drown you unless it gets inside of you.” BOOM.
Buy this great book!
Unipreneur: How to Live Your Passion in a House Full of Dream-Killers by Laura S. Shortridge
You’ll love it!
Want to watch and listen to me talk about Laura’s book? See below!