Synopses & Reviews
An authentic, joyful life can be hard to find. Fortunately, Fran Harris has written the map—in 7 steps anyone can take.
Successful, self-actualized and blissful: how many of us can say that about ourselves?
Fran Harris sure can. She's a national television personality, WNBA Champion, international inspirational speaker, life coach and consultant to Fortune 500 companies. But ask her about her greatest accomplishment, and she's likely to smile and say, "That's easy: I found the REAL me."
Because she believes we should all experience that journey, Fran's new book reveals her secrets for scrapping what we think we know about authenticity so that we can see and live up to our own potential. Her "7 Steps" are unconventional—and maybe controversial—but they work.
Dr. Harris teaches that we'll only find our real selves by shedding all the layers of institutionalized belief, dogma and practice that we pile on in life—eschewing ritualized adherence in favor of a deeper, more spiritual view of the world and ourselves. This, she contends, is what "God" wants for us. According to Harris, when we become unburdened by society's expectations, we are free to experience true joy, more capable of tapping into our own genius, and more likely to attract abundance and prosperity in all areas of our lives.
A life of passion and purpose is everyone's birthright. Get yours!
Encourages individuals to lead a more passionate and purposeful life by learning who they are, why they are here, and who they need to serve, revealing how everyday living situations offer the greatest opportunity for spiritual growth. Original. 50,000 first printing.
About the Author
Fran Harris, Ph.D., (New York, NY) is an ordained minister, life coach, business strategist, national television personality and international speaker whose messages have been heard in over thirty countries. She's appeared on numerous television shows including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and CNN Headline News. She has also appeared on the Learning Channel and the TV Guide Channel. A former ESPN, Lifetime Television and FOX Sports announcer, Harris was a member of the Houston Comets' first WNBA Championship team in 1997. In 2005, she founded the 100 Women Entrepreneurs and Millionaires Challenge, an accelerated business and wealth-coaching program. She holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration.