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The Simple Life: Shiny Objects Not Required with Author Kita Szpak

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 “The SIMPLE Life: Shiny Objects Not Required” was released in March by Motivational Press.  The book focuses on the process of moving from a busy, distracting life to a simple life of purposeful living where once-present shiny objects are no longer necessary or desirable. Not overwhelmingly academic and appealingly short (for those with little time to read, and who likely are the best candidates for this book), The SIMPLE Lifeis an excellent choice for those who know their overly-scheduled, distracted lives are at breaking point but don’t know how they got to this point or how to go about making a change for the better. 

Kita Szpak cares a lot about people. With her straight, thoughtful talk, she not only makes people feel good about themselves but empowers them to lead lives with purpose.

Kita Szpak is a Canadian author, happiness expert, speaker and publicist. With two honors degrees in Education and German (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada), along with an initial speaker’s certification from Fred Pryor Seminars, and business management certification from Queen’s University School of Business, Kita has combined her entrepreneurial expertise, media relations savvy, outstanding people skills, and writing creativity to position others for personal and professional excellence.
Kita provides valuable advice and guidance for those who are asking, "Is that all there is?" For the past few years, she has combined personal experience and spiritual growth, professional work in the areas of publicity and public relations, research, and study to understand and help people remove their life blinders and discover the "jewels in their garden".

 

www.kitaszpak.com  Kita's Website

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