Amelia Earhart once said, “The most difficult thing in the world is the decision to act.”
I couldn’t agree more.
For this reason, I wrote Break Free for the many people who are looking to make a change, but haven’t quite made up their minds yet or found the strength to go ahead with it.
Perhaps with clammy fingers—and that funny feeling in the stomach—they face the daunting task of making a choice that will likely impact their future.
Perhaps they’re wondering if they have what it takes to make the change, if it’s a smart thing to do, or if now is the right time to make it happen.
If you’re in this boat, this book is for you.
How the book can help you:
It may surprise you to hear that majority of these questions are not unique. Rather, they are variations of the same themes that many have wrestled with before.
Part 1 peels the onion layers around these questions so you can get to the real crux of the matter and be able to address these nagging thoughts—instead of them becoming heavy chains around your feet!
Now, while the questions may not be unique, your own personal journey is. Having said that, we can learn from others who have already covered similar paths.
Part 2 offers five models of possibilities—stories of men and women who have changed, pivoted, and created new careers and lives for themselves.
You may find yourself in their stories and learn from their processes. At the very least, you’ll get some major kick in the pants to get going with your career dreams.
Whenever you’re starting something new, it helps tremendously if you don’t have to start from a blank sheet of paper.
Part 3 provides a process and suggests a plan for your career reinvention project. Making the decision is tough enough. Why not get yourself some help by using a process to get you started.
You can tailor these steps of course. But editing something, no doubt you’d agree, is almost always a lot easier than starting from nothing!
Where to get the book:
Break Free is now available in print and in ebook (Kindle) on amazon. The link below takes you to your local amazon site.
I’d love to know what you think of the book and what you think are the biggest challenges to reinventing yourself and your career. Do leave a comment below.