The First 30 Days

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Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - Self-Help - 240 pages
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The First 30 Days reveals the nine principles of change that will revolutionize how you face transition times. With real-life stories, practical exercises, and inspiring action points, this book teaches the skills you need to face or make any change in your life, including how to:

  • Use your Change Muscle
  • Combat fear, doubt, and all your change demons
  • Get in touch with your spiritual side
  • Create a plan that will get you results
 

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Review: The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More)

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I finally gave up halfway through the book. A lot of the info she used was very basic and her writing wasn't very polished. Instead of feeling empowered through her information, I felt confused, and ... Read full review

Review: The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More)

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Ariane is clearly an expert on change, She imparts her deep spiritual wisdom on this subject and helps the reader to move more easily through their own change. She is a breath of fresh air, easy to understand with a great sense of humour. Highly recommended. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Change Guarantee
27
The Change Muscle
47
Change Demons
69
The Gift of Acceptance
107
The Things You Can Control
123
Meet Your Spiritual Side
147
Your Change Support Team
167
Get Unstuck
185
Our Journey Continues
215
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Ariane de Bonvoisin is the founder of first30days.com, a website that helps people transition through dozens of changes, whether the change involves a health diagnosis, going green, moving to a new city, or getting married. She has a degree in economics and international relations from the London School of Economics and an MBA from Stanford University. Ariane worked at the Boston Consulting Group and with media giants BMG, Sony, and Time Warner before pursuing her dream to make a difference in people's lives. First30days.com became her life's work in 2005. Ariane is based in New York City where her company is also headquartered.

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