How do you make choices that will lead where you want to go?
How can you make changes that will last?
Will they be worth it?
How do you make an impact, at least in your own immediate world, if not also in the world at large?
These and other questions are addressed "Sustainable You," Prager's second book. "I don't say that my answers to these and other questions are the only ones, or even unique. But I do offer new perspectives, backed both by scholarship and experience and presented engagingly. In, you know, my humble opinion," Prager said.
“Sustainable You” is a workbook that lays out a case, and a practical course, for achieving “personal sustainability.” The vehicle is a set of concepts distilled from the two halves of my experience: the angry, frustrated 350-pounder, and the happy, grateful, normal-bodied husband and dad.
A key point of the approach is that no one need any more than healthy self-interest to make progress.
Read the first two chapters
“Sheer wholistic genius! Once again, Michael’s brilliant writing will keep you hanging on every word as you realize that solving life challenges involves recognizing we’re all interconnected in mind, body and spirit. ~ Pamela M. Peeke MD, MPH, FACP, FACSM; New York Times best-selling author of The Hunger Fix: The 3 Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Food Addiction
“I have wondered about how we can all better connect to the human body’s natural wisdom on sustainability, both for our selves and for the planet. Michael brings this topic to full life in his beautifully crafted and written “Sustainable You.” ~ Margaret Moore, founder/CEO, Wellcoaches Corp.
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