EXPERIENCE THE JOY OF FINISHING STRONG
We are excited to announce the launch of Esther and Martha's much anticipated book:
Are You Stuck?
Do unexpected events overwhelm you?
Do you shy away from conflict?
Block out pain?
Do you shudder or freeze in place?
Are you confused?
Do you repeat behaviors that don’t work?
While your individual history cannot be erased, it need not define your future. You can decide who you want to be and how you’d like your story to end. If you are motivated to change, this book offers you perspectives, lessons, and skills to help you move your life from being stuck to getting unstuck.
Esther Bleuel learned the hard way, through a tough childhood, unhappy marriage, and various work situations, just how possible it is to become stuck. But she also learned how to dig herself out of that hole, and her compelling story will inspire change for you as well.
By working through Getting Unstuck: Experience the Joy of Finishing Strong, you will learn to:
- Understand who you are and why you are this way.
- Do something different to get yourself out of your rut.
- Reflect on and learn from your mistakes and successes.
- Embrace hope, honesty, and courage.
- Finish strong in all you do.
You can become relaxed, productive, and joyful. You can write a new ending to your life story. You can experience the freedom and joy of finishing strong.
It’s time to get unstuck!
Getting Unstuck features 12 essential life lessons. If you’ve never learned a particular life lesson, you probably have beliefs and behaviors that confuse or annoy you, or hold you back. With knowledge and new skills, you can change all that!
Click on a lesson that resonates with you. The information here will start you on the path of getting you unstuck.
We Can’t Always Believe What People Say, But We Will Always Believe What They Do.
All We Can Do Is All We Can Do Within Our Sphere of Influence.
It’s Our Responsibility to Be Important to Ourselves.
Delayed Gratification Is Having the Patience and Discipline to Wait and Work for Something Better Later On.
Deciphering Our Childhood Is Not About Vilifying Our Parents. It’s About Understanding Why We Are the Way We Are.
Start with the End in Mind.
Mistakes Are Okay. Just Be Sure to Make New Mistakes.
We Must Learn Our Own Lessons, in Our Own Time, in Our Own Way.
Let Our Yes Mean Yes and Our No Mean No.
Knowing About Is Not the Same as Truly Knowing.
It’s Not What Happens That Matters So Much. It’s How We Handle Things and What They Mean to Us That Count.
We Will Never Forget a Painful Experience, But We Can Learn Not to Be Prisoners of Our Emotions.