Sort Your Life Out!: A 21-day Programme to Help You Create the Life You Want Paperback – 2 Jan 2009
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If you feel weighed down by stress, draining emotions and bad habits and you need motivation in order to move forwards, this book can help you sort your life out.
About the Author
Pete Cohen was recognised internationally for defining the ‘formula for happiness’ in 2003. As a life coach, life strategist and human behaviourist he works with people to create positive change in their lives. He is the resident life coach and motivator on GMTV, and the author of ten books, including the bestseller Lighten Up. He has also worked as a peak performance coach for world-class athletes and sportspeople including Ellen MacArthur, Ronnie O’Sullivan and Sally Gunnell. Website addresses: www.petecohen.com; www.petecohen.tv; www.sortyourlifeout.com
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Top Customer Reviews
Everyone should read this book, I recommend it highly.
Highly recommended for anyone who wants to take charge of their life and really start living!
After I ploughed through the first chapter, on weight loss, I was glad to move on to the following one on confidence and self-esteem. This chapter starts by discussing body image and confidence and makes a nod at issues about being underweight/unhappy due to being too skinny, it then launches straight back into how to lose weight, despite having covered it ad nauseam (excuse the pun) in the previous chapter. His diet advice is the standard fare for nutritionists and other people with no actual medical qualifications, trotting out a lot of pseudo-science, much which has been shown to be false or misleading. The rest is common sense.
What was really frustrating was that any good advice was buried in trite stories and overly simplistic language. If he could say it in words of only one syllable, you bet he did, evidently thinking that anyone reading it was of below average intelligence. If this doesn't get on your nerves, I dare say that you might get something out of this book. However, I abandoned it when he felt the need to explain what the word "confuse" means. I am very clear on what "confuse" means- it's the feeling I have whenever I think that I paid money for this book.
Helped me tremendously but then I'm addicted to self help books!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed reading this.. Made me see my life in a different perspective!Published 7 months ago by Paula
Although I have not had a chance to read much of this book all the advice seems to make sense and I can't wait to read more.Published 13 months ago by Ms. Pamela Steer
This was a life saver whilst I was at a low point, absolute common sense and will be reading it again just to cement what I have learnt and read. Read morePublished on 23 Jan. 2013 by melanie barnett
I am glad I purchased this book- it has already given me a different perspective and after all that is why we buy books like this- to come at an issue from a different angle.Published on 2 Feb. 2012 by TJBATH
The key message that I have taken from this book is to 'keep a journal'.
It is so easy to want to make changes however life then drifts on as before... Read more
I'm a big fan of Pete Cohen's and this book does not disappoint. His advice is easy to apply - and he is so motivating yoiu want to put it into practise immediately. Read morePublished on 20 Jan. 2010 by Bridget