The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More) by Ariane De Bonvoisin

The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More) by Ariane De Bonvoisin

Ariane is a good personal friend of mine and she is one super-smart and connected (in the sense of being grounded in life, as well as in the massive rolodex sense) person. First 30 days is her landmark book that is a guide ot change in one's life. In First 30 days, she has charted out the general shape of change: what it means psychologically, sociologically, and (when relevant) from a physiological and/or financial standpoint as well. Then she applies that templatized insight into various changes one might make in life: getting married, new job, death, etc. Awesome, awesome, awesome! If you are looking for a little help in orienting yourself as we all stumble thru life, I highly recommend Ariane's work. She will definitely help you add depth to your experience of life which is really the point of our being here, after all ;-)

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