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Featured Guest Books

Looking for that book you heard about during a Timely Topic Zoom-In Session. What was the name of that of that book? Here you’ll find the links to the books written by our Featured Guests.

Why Settle for the Balcony: How to Get a Front-Row Seat in Life!

This motivational book will help you identify where you are living and leading: either in the balcony, general admission, or the front row.  It’s time to live life in the front row, and Marilyn is the usher to lead you there! Learn from the greats with examples of living life in[...]

Marilyn Sherman

Bag Lady: How I Started a Business for a Greener World and Changed the Way America Shops

Lisa Foster

The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life

Dr. Edith Eva Eger

The Choice: Embrace the Possible

Dr. Edith Eva Eger

Soles of a Survivor

Soles of a Survivor, A Memoir

Nhi Aronheim

Fear Less, Love More

Dr. Kathryn Haber

I’ve Been Thinking…

Maria Shriver

From Sole to Soul: A Daily Prescription for Moving Forward in Your Life

From Sole To Soul is a book for anyone who has ever struggled with stress, weight loss, mental health challenges, or balancing family and work life. In this 400-page release, Dr. Boxwell presents daily doses of movement motivation(s) in the form of quick, bite-sized anecdotes, health facts, and other thoughtful[...]

My First White Friend

Confessions on Race, Love and Forgiveness[...]

Patricia Raybon

Optimistic Aging

What most people think of as the inevitable effects of aging are, in fact, the result of unhealthy lifestyle choices and are preventable.[...]

Margit Cox Henderson, Ph.D.

Both Sides Now

A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living[...]

Nancy Sharp

The 28 Day Gratitude Workout

Exercises to Make Everyday Count[...]

Sharon Saraga Walters

Happier Now

How to Stop Striving For Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments (Even the Difficult Ones)[...]

Nataly Kogan

The Fine Art of Small Talk

How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Rapport and Leave a Positive Impression[...]

Debra Fine

Learning to Walk

While her six-year-old son with special needs struggles to walk, this author’s own struggle with alcoholism and eating disorders leads her down paths paved with grace, mercy and purpose.[...]

Karel Horney