For nearly 30 years, Susan A. Marshall has been encouraging readers and audiences to take a clear-eyed look at life, find the opportunities it holds, and position themselves to pursue their dreams. She has challenged bad behavior, chuckled at our common human foibles, and championed best efforts. This delightful collection of her writing, dating back to newspaper articles from 1984, captures the challenges of our times and offers timeless inspiration. Here you will find lessons, reminders, and the occasional poke in the ribs we all need to maintain a healthy sense of perspective.
Words written in 1984 have relevance today, proving the adage, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” And e.e. cummins’ admonition is ageless: “The hardest thing to do is to be you in a world trying to make you someone else.”
This book offers a buffet of goodies to energize, comfort and encourage you on those days that challenge your equilibrium. You’ll come back to it again and again to refresh and restore your spirits.