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My Book's Here!

September 02, 2019

My Book's Here!

Midlife women are the fastest growing demographic in the world.  Shortly, we'll be the largest demographic in the world and that makes us very powerful.

Time of Your Life is about re-imagining your midlife as not "commercially stale" but as a vibrant, influential part of the world community. It's about finding your power, living well and finding the time to fulfill your dreams before entering old age in a satisfied state of mind.

Of course, if you've created the exact life you want then crack on, this book's not for you but if, like me, there's a bit of unfinished business on the dreams front then this book is designed to help you find a way to move towards it before it's too late. 

If you'd like to be amongst the first to know about when the book is published click HERE to sign up to the book's newsletter.  This will also give you the first chapter free in September so there's a win right there!

Anyway, more coming on the book as we crack along and I'll give you all the latest press coverage as it comes!

 

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