Choices – we make them every day and every choice we make has a ripple effect on the direction our lives are going. Wouldn’t it be great if we could understand why we make the choices we make, and learn how to make better choices in the future?
“Choices: From Confusion to Clarity” (£14.99 Panoma Press) by Sarah Lane is making this possible. Her new book lets the reader delve into their own psyche to understand how and why they make the choices they make. This book is for people who want to conduct a midlife review, people who are at a point in their life to make a change.
Throughout the book, there are a selection of stories and tools that are inspiring, practical, real, fun and useful for the reader to make better choices in their life.
Sarah, who specialises in behavioural change says,
“I think that my book is different from other books on the market because it is conversational in style, balances storytelling with science and the practicality of the tools. You can read it in any order and it’s easy to pick up and put down. The book is designed to suit the speed of life today. It uses straight talking, whilst also being comforting and supportive – like talking to a good friend.
The message of the book is that whoever you are and wherever you start from, you have a choice. To step up and take responsibility for your life and to be true to who you are. “
Utilising her expertise in psychometric testing and practical psychology, Sarah combines both her professional experience and study with her personal experience of business, leadership, coaching and training to achieve major shifts for individuals, teams and organisations. With this experience, she decided to write a book to make the work she does accessible to others.
If you’re wanting to change the direction of your career and your life, this book is a must-read.