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Getting Life Right: 12 Prescriptions for Mending Your Relationship

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Life is precious, busy… and challenging, and we all want to ‘Get it right!’  We all want good information …and we want it in a hurry! 

David Dunn gives us practical tools for facing life’s challenges …without adding the pressure of time, by enabling us to refocus on what we can control.

People are social animals that need to interact for everything from education to commerce to 
procreation.  To do so we form all sorts of relationships.  But since life is not static, those  
relationships are stressed and pushed, damaged and often broken.  How do we learn to fix 
those broken relationships … in about 10 minutes?

As a young man, Dave struggled with school and personal growth. Talk of the Great Depression and the end World War II made him frugal and a bit discourage, yet focused. He followed the advice of several self-help books and, as a result, he got a college degree and a broker s license by the time he was twenty-one. He chose real estate where schooling smarts were not as important as judgment, common sense, a good plan, imagination, and the will to make his plan work. Through personal and professional experience, Dave overcame his timid nature by acting as if ; he dealt with his dyslexia head on staying organized, attempting fewer things at once, and gathering more information before making decisions; and he conquered his anxiety with rigorous exercise. The ideas in this book directly reflect the knowledge and experience Dave learned that helped him retire young, comfortable and happy. He is confident that they will increase your potential and enjoyment of life, too. Now in his 70 s, Dave runs the Great Silverado Foot race and mountain bikes some of the country’s greatest trails.

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