Life on Your Terms: How to Get What You Really Want

Today it is my pleasure to welcome author Tanya Russell and her self-help book, Life on Your Terms: How to Get What You Really Want.

Author’s description

What a shame it would be to come to the end of your life and look back and say, “That was it?”

Life on Your Terms is a practical blueprint for how to feel fulfilled while creating the life you imagine. No matter what situation you find yourself in today, there is a bright future waiting for you. Applying the skills and practices in this book will launch you to that place and beyond, faster than you ever imagined possible.

In this practical guidebook, the author compresses decades of lessons learned from her wins and failures as a businesswoman and single mother into actionable steps to achieve the life you truly desire. Once bankrupt but now financially free, her courage, faith and strong desire for something more for herself and her children have driven her to seek out ways to create exactly that.

Don’t live the same day every day and call it a life. Apply these foundational principles and rewrite your future today.

About the Author

Tanya Russell is a successful multi-business owner and life coach. Her passions are her family, continued personal growth, and empowering others to live their very best lives. Tanya enjoys fast cars, motorcycles and travelling. She is currently enjoying the Okanagan lifestyle in Kelowna, BC, Canada.

Find the Author

FACEBOOK: @lifeandloveonyourterms
INSTAGRAM: @tanyarussell_author_coach
GOODREADS: Tanya Russell

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An Exclusive Excerpt

Think BIG

As we come to the action section of this chapter, I want you to think big. You have to set goals that are almost out of reach.

If you set a goal that is attainable without much work or thought, you are stuck with something below your true talent and potential. —Steve Garvey

So often we limit what we believe is possible for ourselves. It doesn’t cost us anything to have big goals, but what might the long-term cost be to not dreaming big enough? Michelangelo once said, “The greater danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low, and we reach it.”

Obituary Test

When goal setting, I often start with my long-term goals and then work backwards. One fun way to do this is to think about your funeral. On the day that they’re putting me in the ground, what’s going to be said about me? What would I want to be said about me? Will my children stand up there and say, “Wow, friends, don’t be sad. My mom lived an amazing, full life. She helped so many people. She made a positive impact everywhere she went. She traveled to all these incredible places. She lived in the home of her dreams. She left us a legacy. She lived life to the fullest.”

What do you want to be said about you? When you are on your deathbed, don’t have regrets. Really think about this and include all the things that are super important for you to achieve in your time here on Earth.

Thank you!

Tanya Russell — we appreciate your sharing your book Life on Your Terms: How to Get What You Really Want with us! Best of luck with sales, and with all of your future writing.

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