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Set Yourself Up for Personal and Professional Success with Gina DeLapa

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This is your life. As author Gina DeLapa’s dad would say, “Kick it in the ass!” Boundaries are the fences that make better neighbors, friends and relationships…both personal and professional.

The idea was fairly simple. Gina wanted to present her beloved nephew, Adam, with some reliable advice and gentle reminders on how to navigate life’s experiences with dignity and integrity before he entered high school. What started as random, handwritten notes in a red leather notebook, words of wisdom she wanted to record for Adam, the journal soon turned into a manuscript and the manuscript became a book, Stuff You Already Know…And Everybody Should. The book turned into a series which is now Gina’s full-time career.

This series is perfect for any age. No matter your season of life—whether newly graduated, climbing the career ladder, raising kids or living out your legacy years—these nuggets and their accompanying stories are sure to provoke laughter, conversation, contemplation and bold new action. Easy to read, offered are 437 ways to make your life count—from doing the right thing (#256) to setting boundaries (#333) to relating to people half your age (#269). These reminders will inspire you to live more fully than ever before.

What’s included: 437 nuggets of wisdom, 28 links to free online goodies to help you get even more from the book, and countless stories that will touch your heart.

Gina served as the editor of two national newsletters, Loose Change and Four Bits, a money columnist for Grand Rapids Magazine, and a career columnist for RelevantMagazine.com and CollegeJournal.com, now part of The Wall Street Journal. In 2001, she released her first book, 401(k) Success Stories.

Get inspired at www.StuffYouAlreadyKnow.com.