Are you following your dreams and passions? Are you doing what others only dream about? Has work become fun and fun become work? Do you have a purpose in life?
If so, you are living your Big Life! If not, this book will put you on the right path.
How to have a Big Life is a short, clear and cleverly illustrated book containing a wealth of insight into techniques and methods that South African businessman Rupert McKerron has learnt and continues to use in his own life. Whether it be quitting your job to promote a crazy new invention or travelling around the world on a yacht, if it is what you have always wanted to do- you are living a Big Life.
This is a little book with big aspirations. The illustrations alone will inspire you to feel positive about your life and its potential.
“A really fun book which will make you smile. It’s packed with powerful ideas that will help you live your Big Life.” Steve McDermott, European Motivational Speaker of the Year Award
“Compulsory reading for every person who really wants to know what lies at the heart of a happy and successful life.” Robin Sieger, bestselling author of Natural Born Winners
“Simplicity and space. Like Rupert's book, the answers to big questions in life are so much closer than we realise.” Kate Burton, professional coach and co-author of Building Self-Confidence for Dummies
“A visual recipe for living life [that] you will come back to frequently [and] will instantly move you to a place of quiet reflection. Give this book to everyone!" Jim Horan, author/president of The One Page Business Plan Company
“Invaluable for anyone starting out on life's adventure or just looking for a quick reminder.” Sir Christopher Ondaatje, author, financier, and trustee of The National Portrait Gallery
“This magical little book gives you the courage to go for your chosen path, 'your Everest'. Brilliant.” Rebecca Stephens, first British woman to climb Everest and the Seven Summits
“I'd recommend [this] to anyone looking to push life to the next level. Enjoy it.”
Craig Tiley, Australian Open Tournament Director, Tennis Australia Director of Tennis
“A refreshingly different approach, the author’s mastery of a Big Life clearly evident.” Ingo Lambrecht PhD, Clinical Psychologist
“A pleasure to pick up and remind yourself of the answers you already have.” Romilla Read, co-author of Neuro-linguistic Programming for Dummies