She shows how to see your life the “staircase” way, as one of continual ascent. Fonda discusses what we are meant to do with this precious gift of time, and writes about how we can navigate the “fertile voids” that life periodically presents to us. She makes suggestions about exercise including three key movements for optimal health, meditation, diet how to eat by color, and how learning new things and creating fresh pathways in your brain can add quality to your life.
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Highlighting new research and stories from others and from her own life, Jane Fonda explores how the critical years from 45 and 50, loving, and especially from 60 and beyond, can be times when we truly become the energetic, fulfilled people we were meant to be. This ebook includes the full text of the book plus six special videos and 50 photographs not found in the print version.
Now we have a thoughtfully articulated memoir and guide for how to make all of your life, and especially Act III, Prime Time.
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In this extraordinary memoir, Fonda shows that she is much more. What i did not anticipate was how my journey would also resonate with men. From the introductionthis ebook includes the full text of the book plus the following additional content:• 50 new photos from Jane Fonda’s personal and family archives, many often never seen in public• A free chapter from Jane Fonda’s Prime TimePraise for My Life So Far“A sisterly, enveloping memoir.
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Fonda grew attached to the bright girl and eventually invited her to become part of her family, becoming the mother Mary never had. She's a writer of uncommon clarity and humor, and the arrival of her memoir is cause for celebration. Dave eggers, author of what is the what as she grew up in 1970s oakland, California, her older sister was a teenage prostitute, role models for Mary Williams were few and far between: her father was often in prison, and her hot-tempered mother struggled to raise six children alone.
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Like george carlin, and david sedaris, she is a master of her craft, Steve Martin, and her comedic brilliance is served up in abundance in this book.
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Even more surprising was fonda’s next turn, as a Stepford Wife of the Gulfstream set, marrying Ted Turner and seemingly walking away from her ideals and her career. In the hands of this seasoned, tenacious biographer, the evolution of one of the world’s most controversial and successful women becomes nothing less than a great, enthralling American life.
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San francisco Chronicle. The definitive portrait of a woman conflicted, torn between ferocious ambition, family, and feminist causes” Gail Sheehy, author of Passages. At the top of her game she risked it all, speaking out against the Vietnam War and shocking the world with a trip to Hanoi. Jane fonda emerged from a heartbreaking Hollywood family drama to become a ’60s onscreen ingénue and then an Oscar-winning actress.
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. Investigating the names and meanings of trees, wells also uncovers their fascinating legends and lore: At one time, a worm found in a hazelnut meant ill fortune; Rowan trees were planted in churchyards to prevent the dead from rising from their graves; Greek arrows were soaked in deadly yew; and Shakespeare’s witches in Macbeth used “Gall of goat and slips of yew” to make their lethal brew.
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I’ve known and deeply admired Wes for a long time. Above all, this book teaches us how to make our journey about more than mere surviving or even succeeding; it teaches us how to truly come alive. Arianna huffington, author of Thrive“How we define success for ourselves is one of life’s essential questions.
The Work: My Search for a Life That Matters #ad - . In this insightful book, moore shares the lessons he learned from people he met along the way—from the brave Afghan translator who taught him to find his fight, to the resilient young students in Katrina-ravaged Mississippi who showed him the true meaning of grit, to his late grandfather, who taught him to find grace in service.
The work is the story of how one young man traced a path through the world to find his life’s purpose. Praise for the work “Powerful and moving. What their lives—and his own misadventures and moments of illumination—reveal is that our truest work happens when we serve others, at the intersection between our gifts and our broken world.
Wes moore’s story and the stories of those who have inspired him, from family members to entrepreneurs, provide a model for how we can each weave together valuable lessons from all different types of people to forge an individual path to triumph.