Join Books Inc. Alameda for a discussion between local author Susan Haworth and business owner Leah Bloom to learn more about A Change Would Do You Good!
If you've ever felt that something was "off" in your life and you needed a change but didn't know where to begin, this book is for you. A Change Would Do You Good is a content-rich guide that combines research and ancient philosophy with proven strategies for overcoming limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviors.
From flexing your brain to infusing meaning in your work, this engaging book explores five areas of change. Learn to:
- Change Your Mind: practice mental agility
- Change Your Attitudes: feel good enough
- Change Your Habits: meet your health and financial goals
- Change Your Work: find meaning and purpose in your life
- Change Your Relationships: lead with empathy and compassion
A Change Would Do You Good provides a positive and concrete approach to feeling comfortable in your own skin and being your best at home and at work.
"Susan Haworth draws upon her decades of personal and professional experience to share her special wisdom with all of us. During these turbulent times, we all need the tools and practical suggestions offered in her book, A Change Would Do You Good."
-John Gibson, PhD, psychotherapist and author of Family Matters Matter and Personal Safety Nets
"Susan Haworth has used her gifts to create this comprehensive collection of insights, tips, and strategies for those who want to live fully and build boundaries not borders. I can always count on Susan to get to the heart of the matter in a way that entertains readers while teaching valuable life lessons. You'll love this book!"
-Brenda Ockun, Publisher StepMom Magazine
"A Change Would Do You Good is an entertaining blend of research, anecdotes and good-humored advice for all of us who want to make changes in our lives but don't know where to start. Through this book, we learn that we're not prisoners of our predispositions or conditioning-we can create the life we want."
-Jen Coken, life coach, speaker and author of When I Die, Take My Panties and Embrace the Ridiculousness
In her book, Susan Haworth presents evidence-based solutions to everyday problems and distills the change process into bite-sized pieces. A Change Would Do You Good provides relatable examples, along with wisdom from various cultures and spiritual practices.
-Tina Greenbaum, author of Mastery Under Pressure
Susan Haworth holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and two master's degrees-one in counseling and the other in management-as well as post-master's credentials in counseling. She has provided counseling, coaching, and training to individuals, families, and executives for over four decades. In addition to publishing articles in numerous trade journals, Susan has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and on national and international radio and television programs. She is a contributing writer to StepMom Magazine. Susan and her family live in Northern California.