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Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family Baggage and Jumpstart Your Life
by Libby Gill

Published by St. Martin's Press

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Are you living a life based on who you really are or one built on outdated messages from your past? Is your past negatively influencing your present and potentially derailing your future? What if you could shift your perspective from limiting to liberating?

Now you can learn to let go of your baggage and create a life of passion and purpose. Success strategist and executive coach Libby Gill is your partner in life change as she shares her inspiring story and guides readers step-by-step through the journey of self-transformation.

With courage and candor, Libby poignantly discloses how she struggled with a family legacy that included divorce, mental illness, and molestation, robbing her of her best possible life until she learned to dissect the past so she could direct the future. With a transformative process she calls the Five Steps to Jumpstart Your Life, Libby provides practical tools and down-to-earth insights that translate abstract concepts into concrete action.

The twenty-one Hopeful Tools are easy-to-follow exercises that take readers through this process, showing them how to:

-Dissect the past to direct the future
-Link internal clarity with external action
-Create a "Traveling Hopefully" personal road map
-Recruit a support squad to provide information and inspiration
-Keep moving toward what you want and away from what no longer serves you



pub date: 2004-10-05 | hardcover | 9780312323943