But of course the time is never ‘right’. ..
- What are You Waiting For
- Author: Shelley Brunskill-Matson
- ISBN: 9781921966651
- Self-Help & Practical Interests
- Published by: Exisle Publishing
This has a voice like no other book – talking in well-travelled areas in a completely dynamic new way. Shelley cuts out the routine self-help processes and with full force sincerity offers something that really works.
Shelley challenges readers to be honest about where they are in life, and what’s really stopping them from living the lives they want (fear!). Do you want action? If so this is for you. Top life coach with psychology training, Shelley gets results – are you up for it? You may not be able to meet her one-on-one but working through the book ensures positive change.
You have to go to work here, with checklists and questions to work through. You are shown how to produce written responses, which are really going to help you move forward. Shelley enables you to decide and work out what you want in life (and there is a five-step interactive plan for that), and how to stop wasting time waiting and to make it happen. Practical, immediate, lucid and fun this little book carries a life-changing punch above its weight, with distilled wisdom and new zing to get you your own kick-arse life without fea
Shelley Brunskill-Matson has an honours degree in psychology and is an experienced life coach, writer and speaker. Since leaving the corporate world to establish her own coaching practice 14 years ago, she has helped hundreds of clients get unstuck through one-on-one coaching and group workshops. This is her first book and outlines, in a very practical way, her step-by-step process for clarifying what you want and making it happen. Shelley is married with four children and lives in Wellington.
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I am a firm believer in the Law of Attraction and follow the Secrets philosophy. I was so excited at the prospect of reading this as I have been feeling rather lost lately and had some family issues go down and just needed something I could sink my teeth into and hopefully lead me in the right direction.
The book is extremely blunt and it is stated very early on that if you are a serial self-help book reader than this is not the book for you and you should pass it on to someone who will benefit from it. Although, I do not fall into that category and only have the Secret series I was still a little offended and actually considered passing it on – but couldn’t as it is a review book.
I could not really connect with this book. I felt it was more for someone who is looking for something more in life. Basically I just want to travel and get a bigger house as I have everything else I need in my life. I did not find the book helped me alot instead I would say it is more for the person who wants to start a new career/profession and is sitting on the fence.
The book also discusses fear a lot and the reason most people don’t have what they want right now is fear of doing it. Trust me I am not scared to travel nor am I scared to get a bigger house the one thing I am lacking (and again not out of fear) is money. I am a stay at home mother and if I was honest I am not in a hurry to return to the work force and that is not out of fear its more out of wanting to be near my girls when they need me.
There are exercises throughout the middle section of the book which carry on over a few chapters. Its the sort of book you need to get involved with in order to get anything out of but I felt it was not of much help to me as I prefer the LOA. It did briefly touch on a vision board which spiked my interest (already have one) but like I said I think this would help that career minded person not the dreaming of travelling person.
Review by Shelley Wood