Living Your Joy: A Practical Guide to Happiness

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Ballantine Books, 2003 - Self-Help - 239 pages
In a fast-paced world where you work far more than you relax and reflect, Suzanne Falter-Barns has made it her mission in life to inspire you to be “your sweet old self–the one you’ve always known was there.” In Living Your Joy, she gives you the courage to trade the job you hate for the work you love, find time and space for creative expression, start your dream business, and live the life you have always wanted.

Suzanne’s fresh, funny, and utterly practical book helps you melt your fears and tap into the inner wisdom that is your true guide to fulfillment. Dozens of inspiring true stories and many exercises are designed to bring clarity to your thinking and help you master the nitty-gritty of getting from where you are to where you want to be; create your spiritual base c& know when to leap and when not to leap; and discover the incredible value of emptiness. Master the essential art of staying focused and everything else you need to know to change your life for good–really good.

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Falter-Burns strikes an encouraging but realistic tone in this down-to-earth self-help manual aimed at people struggling with doubts about pursuing their dream, whether it's writing a screenplay or ... Read full review


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Suzanne Falter-Barns is a popular motivational teacher who lectures on inspiration and creativity, and holds regular online classes at and She has written articles and essays for many national publications and is a regular columnist for New Age magazine. She is also the author of How Much Joy Can You Stand?: A Creative Guide to Facing Your Fears and Making Your Dreams Come True and a novel, Doin’ the Box Step.

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