Yet from the first page, the reader is plunged into the life of three friends—Chelsea, Lisa and David. Their friend Ted is missing from their meeting. Eventually these three friends learn that Ted isn’t coming back to their company but has taken his life in a completely new direction.
Each of these friends is stuck in a life situation. Through teaching from Ted, each one changes life directions.
Wendy Lipton-Dibner pulls the reader into her teaching using the story material. As the friends grow and change, the reader learns new tools for their own life. The writing is excellent as Wendy spins a great story. If we are honest, many of us are stuck in some area of life. If you use the principles in this book, you will SHATTER YOUR SPEED LIMITS. I highly recommend this book.
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W. Terry Whalin (terrywhalin)
I am an Acquisitions Editor at Morgan James Publishing. I have written more than 60 books for traditional publishers and for more than 50 magazines. My blog on The Writing Life has more than 1,100 searchable … more
Wendy Lipton-Dibner is known internationally for her uncanny ability to move people to action. President and Founder of Professional Impact, Inc., she works passionately as a speaker, author and consultant, helping her clients avoid the frustration of failure and the tragedy of a life half-lived. An expert in organizational and personal development, Wendy wakes up every day excited about knowing precisely what she wants and how to make it happen. But she didn't start that way. Wendy spent 30 years searching for the unique impact she could make in the world, reinventing herself over and over. She added layers of education, certification and skills until she had amassed a wealth of knowledge and experiences, all the while searching for answers to the questions: Who am I and what do I really want? Wendy's passion for the stage led her to perform in vocal and theater productions. Her lust for knowledge propelled her to do graduate work at Duke. Her love of teaching prompted her to serve as a university instructor. Her talent for research brought her to conducting organizational research - publishing her results and presenting to the U.S. Senate. Her entrepreneurial drive compelled her to build a full-service spa where she broke industry standards for retail sales. Her deep desire to make a difference drove her to volunteer for non-profits, receive certification as a psychotherapist and open a private practice, and then to purchase a motivation franchise where she set world ...