The Courage Companion: How to Live Life with True Power (Compact Disc)
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If ever there was a time for courage, it's now. In "The Courage Companion," the co-authors of the bestselling "Living Life as a Thank You" present stories of extraordinary fortitude. These true tales not only invite the reader to tap into and hold onto our inner strength when times get tough and when we re feeling all alone but also act as guides to inspire anyone to just do it, whatever the it may be.
Authors Mary Beth Sammons and Nina Lesowitz have voyaged the front lines of adversity and fear to find the brave hearts who confronted and overcame obstacles in ways that inspire us all. From world-class athletes to business and humanitarian leaders, and from cancer patients to ordinary people who took extraordinary action to transform their lives, these courage warriors will show you how to turn apprehension into action.
Enriched with motivational quotes, expert advice, and power practices, this courage guidebook will show you how to live your life with guts and gusto.
About the Author
Nina Lesowitz is a gratitude practitioner and volunteer for literacy organizations. She also runs Spinergy Group, a public relations firm that represents authors and corporate clients, as well as nonprofits. The recipient of numerous awards and tributes, including a national award for excellence in media relations, Lesowitz is also the coauthor of the bestselling "The Party Girl Cookbook". She lives in Oakland
Mary Beth Sammons is an award-winning journalist and author whose work appears in "Family Circle", the "Chicago Tribune" s lifestyle section, and on various health and wellness websites. She is grateful to be welcomed into the lives of those she writes about who are experiencing the ups and downs of handling life, parenting, and caregiving. She s the author of a number of books, including "We Carry Each Other: Getting Through Life s Toughest Times"; "My Family: Collected Memories"; and" Gifts with Heart". She lives in Chicago.
Susan Boyce earned her BA from the University of Rhode Island, then began a stage career as a song-and-dance new age vaudevillian. Her experience includes narrating documentaries, voicing dolls and toys for the game industry, computer adventure games, and audiobooks.