I'm sure I won't be the only person to open this book and feel that it's about being noisy and outgoing. The title is slightly misleading. I have read a few self-help books in the months since my husband died. I quickly warmed to this book when the author suggested becoming creative as I have found this advice so helpful and so true. The book is written with common sense and in an easy to read style. I particularly liked the format of Masterclass chapters with things to consider at the end of each one. It was interesting to read the author's own experiences. Live Out Loud gives you a lot to think about and plenty of suggestions to put into practice and is a very useful addition to this genre of books.
Christine Waddington, A LoveReading Ambassador
|Primary Genre||Self Help and Personal Development|
Highly recommended and one I will keep going back to well written and easy to read.
Wow this was a powerful read and something I will keep drawing upon. This is a book for all so no worries that this is for powerful women out there it is written for all of us. I felt at times this was directed at me and written for me as a person. I can be quiet but also aggressive/ assertive and this has helped me look at myself. The Chimp Paradox and this book go hand in hand.... Read Full Review
A very honest and open book.
Being out loud may sound like you are someone who doesn't care about anyone else but yourself but that couldn’t be further from the truth. We are taken through 27 masterclasses that make sure you think about yourself, have you lost some of who you are and where/what you want to achieve in life. A great book to make you consider who you are, do you just try to fit in, do you accept yourself.... Read Full Review