Now What?: 90 Days to a New Life Direction

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Penguin, Apr 7, 2005 - Self-Help - 288 pages
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A clear and utterly practical 90-day program for discovering a new direction for your life.

In Now What? pioneering life coach Laura Berman Fortgang shares the process that she has used so successfully to help hundreds of clients make major changes in their lives. Whether it's moving on from a dead end job, discovering an entirely new creative outlet, or answering the age old question "What am I meant to do with my life?" this book provides a clear and infinitely practical 90-day program that can help you make major changes in your life.

For anyone who feels drawn toward a life-changing move but is not sure exactly what to do or how to move forward, Now What? provides a concrete process for finding and pursuing a new path in life. Full of inspiring and empowering exercises and tools, this book guides readers-day by day and step by step-through a 90-day process that will lead to true life satisfaction and fulfillment.
 

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Contents

Facing Your Past Mistakes Financing Your Future Dreams
When a Change Means Less Money
Investing in Yourself
Moonlighting
Cutting Those Expenses
Out of the Ridiculous May Come the Sublime
Yeah But
The Free Fall

Letting Go
Moving On
Being the Architect
Identifying the Source
Catching the Lie
Your Beliefs
Fear
Your Story and Your Résumé
Identifying the Clues
What You Are Good At Isnt Always It
Funneling Regrets
Discomfort Equals Growth
Who You Are to Others
Separating the Yolk from the Whites
People Are Your Mirror
Who Youd Like to Be
Narrowing the Field
RealityCheck Your Desires
Six Degrees of Separation
But Im Not Qualified
Name It
Where Should the Passion Lie? A Hobby or Your Lifes Work?
Path vs Analogy
Needs and Values
Knowing Is Better Than Not Knowing
Where Does It Go?
The Budget
The Who of Money
A New Logic
Follow Your Nose
Luck Coincidences and Synchronicity
Causality
Act As If
Action Action We Want Action
The Support System
Setting Boundaries
Keeping Naysayers at Bay
Asking for Help
Making It Fun
Where Are You Now?
One Thing a Day
Who vs What
Set Yourself Up to Win
Negotiating a Leave of Absence
Paid Time Off
Negotiating a Telecommuting Arrangement
Negotiating a Flexible Schedule or Job Share
Executive Temping
Starting a Small Business
Financing Continued Education
Further Inspiration for Your Quest
Newsletters
Other Forms of Support
Send Me Your Story
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About the author (2005)

Laura Berman Fortgang is a nationally renowned speaker and life coach, helping individuals, small businesses, and corporations forge new directions and weather change. Recently ordained as an Interfaith Minister, she lives in Montclair, New Jersey.

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