Chasing the Shark: A Journey from Fear to Freedom

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AuthorHouse, Jul 2, 2010 - Self-Help - 108 pages

"Chasing the Shark: A Journey from Fear to Freedom" is a one-of-a-kind book that relates, in a unique way, the fear of risk and facing the unknown to limitations of life in general.

Follow the author as she takes you on her own personal journey of discovery to find her hidden true self. Told with warmth, wisdom and humor, this powerful and compelling story tells how she identifies her fear and works to conquer it and, by doing so, immeasurably adds to her enjoyment of life on all levels.

"Chasing the Shark" leads you along the path to self-empowerment and realization. Read it and learn how pushing your limits and conquering your fears can allow you to experience a more fulfilling and rewarding life.


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An avid SCUBA diver, underwater photographer and snow skier, Rosanne Masone is the founder and CEO of Giant Strides LLC., a company devoted to promoting personal development and achievement through positive living and life coaching.Along with "Chasing the Shark: A Journey from Fear to Freedom," she is a co-author in the best-selling "Wake Up Women" book series. She is listed in Metropolitan Who's Who and a winner of the 2000 Tribute to Women and Industry Award; she is a former corporate director in the risk management department for a leading Fortune 500 company and a former office manager for a New York law firm.A certified PADI Rescue Diver, Rosanne is also a licensed New Jersey real estate agent and a Wellness Coach with Herbalife International. She is active in community service with STEED, a New Jersey based horseback riding program for handicapped persons; Only Hope Cat Rescue of New York City; and as a Special Olympics Equestrian Coach.

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