by Tanya Russell
What a shame it would be to come to the end of your life and look back and say, "That was it?"
Life on Your Terms is a practical blueprint for how to feel fulfilled while creating the life you imagine. No matter what situation you find yourself in today, there is a bright future waiting for you. Applying the skills and practices in this book will launch you to that place and beyond, faster than you ever imagined possible.
In this practical guidebook, the author compresses decades of lessons learned from her wins and failures as a businesswoman and single mother into actionable steps to achieve the life you truly desire. Once bankrupt but now financially free, her courage, faith and strong desire for something more for herself and her children have driven her to seek out ways to create exactly that.
Don't live the same day every day and call it a life. Apply these foundational principles and rewrite your future today.
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EXCERPT (Exclusive Excerpt):
Learn to say no to the things in your life that don’t fit in with your work, family and personal priorities. We ladies tend to struggle with this and we often overcommit ourselves. Committees, coaching, numerous kids’ activities … the list can get endless. We can get ourselves so over-scheduled and get our kids so overbusy, that we just feel like we’re running in circles, eating from drive-thrus and running on caffeine. I did that rat race for a few years before I realized the toll it was taking on everyone. I sat my kids down and told them that they could each choose one thing they really wanted to do. The peace that came from that was amazing. No more running to sports games and practices that they really didn’t want to be at. No more fighting with them to practice instruments they hated playing. They were happier, and I had way more time.
I’m not sure who originally came up with the notion that we should put that kind of pressure on our kids and ourselves in the first place. You don’t have to keep up with the Jones’s. Kids need time to just be kids. Families need time together that doesn’t entail a minivan ride to a soccer game in the rain.
We can often get sucked into volunteering for things at schools or churches that we don’t enjoy doing either. How many have sat on a board of directors for their strata and hated every minute of it? Bake sales and supervising field trips. The list goes on. Now I am not saying don’t do any of it, but again, choose those in your areas of strength and don’t commit to so many things that you feel dragged down and overloaded. It’s ok to say NO!
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Tanya Russell is a successful multi-business owner and life coach. Her passions are her family, continued personal growth, and empowering others to live their very best lives. Tanya enjoys fast cars, motorcycles and travelling. She is currently enjoying the Okanagan lifestyle in Kelowna, BC, Canada.
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