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Book club: why not join me? What are you reading?

Allow me to invite you to join my book club on Facebook. We actually meet online, through Zoom, typically on a weekly basis. Additionally, in the Facebook group, I add weekly prompts and questions for discussion in case you were unable to make the weekly get-together.

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Your cost is the cost of the book – whether you choose to get the book online, order it second-hand, borrow it from the library or get an audio version of the book.

It will also cost you the investment of time you spend reading or listening to it and the time you spend each week on the call!

So, while I am not charging for this – nothing in life is entirely free! You have an investment to make of your time and focus.

Starting at the end of August:

Think and Grow Rich for Women, by Sharon Lechter – “Using your power to create success and significance”.

We’re kicking off 8 weeks of discussions on Think and Grow Rich for Women! See the link for more details.
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Mid-September Book Club:

The Biology of Belief, Dr. Bruce Lipton

You can also join us for four weeks to discuss the science of how thoughts control life. If all your body’s cells are affected by your thoughts, how will changing your thinking impact your body?


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Radical Forgiveness: What we’re reading

At the moment, we are past halfway in Radical Forgiveness.

  • How would your life change if you let go of all expectations about how things “should have been”?
  • What does it mean to let go of a victim mentality?
  • How do we forgive?

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Why a book club?

My personal experience over the past fifteen years is that I read a lot of books, most of which I failed to internalise. I felt good, because I had learned something. But my behaviour never changed! I failed to improve and change my habits.

In the book club, we do more than read a book. Each week we discuss what we read and how it applies to life.

  • What changes are we making as a result of what we learned?
  • What are you struggling with?
  • Where are you falling behind?

This is a great opportunity to talk to each other, without a formal setting. It is not a mastermind or coaching, although some of that might happen.

What are we reading at the moment?

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You will need to read 3 chapters each week and join the Facebook group so that you can participate in our weekly accountability and discovery calls!

Topics include:

  • healing
  • accountability
  • attraction and resonance
  • cause and effect
  • transforming the victim archetype
  • as above, so below
  • feeling the pain

and so much more!

The Body Keeps the Score, Bessel van der Kolk, book club

We are just finishing up “The Body Keeps the Score”. Admittedly, this wasn’t a book for everyone – it’s deep into trauma and healing! Technical. But so insightful. I’ve loved it.

This book has dipped deeply into neuroscience and different scientific studies, along with practical solutions. How much time do you spend in your head? Are you living “in your body” or just “in your mind”?

Perhaps, most importantly, at this moment in time:

 It’s Free!  

I look forward to meeting you as you join us on Facebook and the weekly calls!

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