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Essential Denver is perfect for newcomers and tourists to learn about the city. Great for those born in Denver and long-standing residents to rediscover and appreciate the rich history of the city. Fabulous tool for taxi, Uber and Lyft drivers to educate their passengers. School kids and teachers will love this easy-to-read book.

Lighter Living explains why you might want to simplify your home and your life. It shows you how to declutter and then organize what you keep. Finally, you are given a vision for lifelong decluttering and how it can lead to well-being and peace of mind.

Her previous award winning book is A Chance to Say Goodbye: Reflections on Losing a Parent.  A moving tribute to a remarkable man and a daughter’s experience of losing her dad, A Chance to Say Goodbye gives rise to reflections about what is important in living and dying.

Ready or Not, Tips for the New Grad is a winner in the category of “Gift Books” for the 2014 National Indie Excellence Book Awards and a finalist in the category of “Career” for the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

Lisa Shultz combines her life experience of challenges and successes with the messages of influential teachers, books, and courses to create this gift book for graduates. Easy-to-read nuggets of wisdom on topics of Health, Finances and Work, Play and Leisure, Spirit, Relationships and Love, Community and Service, and more.

Gain control of your mind and stop sabotaging yourself! Your mind has its own agenda, but when you train your mind, you can drop the unsupportive thoughts and negative patterns that prevent you from getting where you want to go. When you become an athlete of the mind you’ll be on the path to more success in your life.

Whether you have already started writing or just considering bringing pen to paper – How to Bring Your Book to Life This Year is the perfect guide for unleashing the book inside of you. Aspiring authors get overwhelmed just dreaming about writing a book and bringing it to market. This guidebook breaks down the process into easy to follow steps. 

Lisa Shultz takes you on this journey from the moment she finds Sally until she has to let her go. Emotional and entertaining. May we all remember to forgive quickly and love deeply just like Sally!

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Speaking Your Truth is my baby. I gave birth to it with my business partner Andrea Costantine in August of 2010. Inside Volume One, there are 49 amazing stories of inspiration including my story. Volume Two has 43 stories, and I again included one from me. Volume Three has 42 fabulous stories and concludes the series. These books are near and dear to my heart and I hope you will enjoy them.

Speaking Your Truth is my baby. I gave birth to it with my business partner Andrea Costantine in August of 2010. Inside Volume One, there are 49 amazing stories of inspiration including my story. Volume Two has 43 stories, and I again included one from me. Volume Three has 42 fabulous stories and concludes the series. These books are near and dear to my heart and I hope you will enjoy them.

Speaking Your Truth is my baby. I gave birth to it with my business partner Andrea Costantine in August of 2010. Inside Volume One, there are 49 amazing stories of inspiration including my story. Volume Two has 43 stories, and I again included one from me. Volume Three has 42 fabulous stories and concludes the series. These books are near and dear to my heart and I hope you will enjoy them.

CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

Lisa Shultz is a contributing author to this book. Journey through the minds and lives of 40 global women leaders as they share their stories of passion, purpose, love and service in this revolutionary anthology. In R*eVe*olution ~ The Return of the Divine Feminine you’ll be inspired, moved, and motivated to transform the YIN energy and divine feminine in your own life.

Lisa Shultz is a contributing author to this book. Lisa Nichols presents more than 35 transformational true stories of ordinary people who made the extraordinary decision not only to survive difficult challenges but to embrace the blessings of their experiences—the gifts that came wrapped in sandpaper.