Dancing with fear and confidence is out now. I’ve been so blown away by the reviews. I hope you enjoy it too .
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Here is what people are already saying about it:
I love this book! It is written in a clear, concise and relatable way for anyone going through mid-life. It gives you the techniques to address anything from niggles and worries to full-blown significant life events that are common at this time of life. I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending this amazing book. Jill L on Amazon
Investing time in this book may be the best investment you’ll make all year. It provides a rare combination of insight and intelligence, with a human touch. So, let’s face the music and dance. And Laura’s book tells us how, with honesty, humour and hope. Alistair McQueen, Head of Savings & Retirement at Aviva
‘Dancing with Fear and Confidence is a gem – an invitation to delve into the murky waters of midlife and come out the other side with breath-taking clarity, feeling reassured, refreshed and reenergised. Ruth Winden, Founder, Older Yet Bolder
A great guide for those people stuck on the mid-life hamster wheel, unsure of what to do next and how to break the cycle. Paul McNamara, Partner Eton Bridge Partners Ltd.
If you’ve lost your way, or you’re crushed by too many ‘shoulds’, then this is for you. I particularly like the holistic approach—this is about far more than redefining your work and career. This is about redefining your whole self.” Sam Harrington-Lowe, Founder and Managing editor, Silver Magazine
Reading this book felt like Laura had somehow been inside my head. The content is so relatable and easy to read, whilst reassuringly grounded in a wide portfolio of research. Everyone should read this book at least once! Deb Pasley, Co-Founder / Director of The Midlife Hub Ltd
Addressing a crucial time in most peoples’ lives, mid-life, this book provides both reassurance, practical advice and excellent tools to help you move through it with confidence and hope. A real gem for anyone wondering about their life, work and direction. Dr Sally Bonneywell, Executive Coach
There are plenty of motivational and self-help books out there but this one stands out from the crowd. It is a compelling read and incredibly well-researched. Tony Watts OBE, Co-author of The Midlife Review, Director EngAgeNet, Chair SW Alliance on Ageing
Laura explores the complexity of mid-life career change with candour and humanity. Jane Artess, Visiting Fellow at iCeGS and Former Chair of NICEC.
This is most readable and straightforward guide to leading a more fulfilling life that I have ever read. Helen Hyde, Executive Coach and Former Personnel Director, Waitrose.