The Hunger to Grow: How to Enjoy the Dessert Years of Your Life

DoctorZed Publishing
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Are you hungry to grow in a new direction that you would love to go? 

You are not alone. The Hunger to Grow dismisses the idea that we grow only through our work and our working years. It’s time to retire the word “retired”. Now it’s, “What’s for dessert? I’m still hungry!”

Our dessert years begin when we start thinking about what we want in the second half of our lives. What we used to call a midlife crisis is just the realisation that we want to turn the rest of our lives into the ‘yummy years’, to allow our true passions to flow in search of new possibilities, new directions and new challenges.

Now in his seventies, Peter Nicholls, Australia's People Gardener, is living proof of this book's powerful message. The Hunger to Grow will guide you through the transition from doing what you have to do to doing what you love to do. It will put you in the driver’s seat of your future, empowering you to travel along the road of life your heart wants you to take.

The Hunger to Grow is the book of your future.

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About the author

As Australia’s “People Gardener”, Peter Nicholls is renowned for nurturing his clients’ growth and cultivating their potential. He has 40 years experience of professionally observing and helping people when they are at their positive best and passionately enjoying their favourite leisure/recreation interest. 

Find out more at http://australiaspeoplesgardener.com 

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Publisher
DoctorZed Publishing
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Published on
Apr 16, 2016
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Pages
136
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ISBN
9780994554239
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Personal Finance / Retirement Planning
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
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This content is DRM free.
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