The Practical Dreamer's Handbook: Finding the Time, Money, and Energy to Live the Life You Want to Live

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Jeremy P. Tarcher Incorporated, Oct 1, 2001 - Self-Help - 291 pages
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How often do each of us imagine a craft, business, or career we'd love to pursue, only to come up with a hundred different reasons why it can't be done? Our bills are too high; we're tied down to where we live; our families will disapprove; our dreams won't pay enough -- the list goes on and on. This book is the answer to those self-limiting notions.The authors of Working from Home provide three step-by-step sections on how readers can reverse their mind-set and marshal their resources to begin the business and lifestyle they have always wanted. Paul and Sarah provide a wealth of examples and anecdotes from real-life "practical dreamers" who have overcome the above obstacles and more. Index.

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Review: The Practical Dreamer's Handbook: Finding the Time, Money, and Energy to Live the Life You Want to Live

User Review  - Alice Verberne - Goodreads

I have bought this book for many of my friends. It is life-changing and takes some time to read, since it is, after all, life-changing. Read full review

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User Review  - Abram - Goodreads

This book seems to have lots of organizational pointers and good common sense which makes it not applicable to everyone. Read full review

Contents

Walking Between Two Worlds
1
About This Handbook
7
Remember This
84
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Sarah Edwards (Santa Monica, CA) has coauthored eight books with her husband, including the bestselling Working From Home. She also writes a syndicated newspaper column, "Your Home Office," and host a popular cable TV show, "Working From Home with Paul and Sarah Edwards,

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