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Publisher: E Ticket Enterprises
Release Date: 2002
ISBN: 0-9720444-0-X
Format Reviewed: Trade Paperback
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Genre: Self-Help/ Motivational
Reviewed: 2003
Reviewer: Susan Johnson
Reviewer Notes:

I Almost Missed...My Life
How to Break Through to the Life You Really Want
By Debra Russell 

     The author Debra Russell has spent the last sixteen years teaching people around the world how to experience the life they really want. Now she has put this wonderful advice into an easy to read book to inspire us all.

     Debra knows from whence she speaks. Her father sexually abused her when she was very young. When she was sixteen, her mother divorced her father. By the age of thirty-six, she had been married three times, had two young children and was starting over again.

     At this time, Debra invented a test for herself, calling it The Rocking Chair Test. She suggests that you sit in a rocking chair and pretend that you are ninety-six years old. Look back on your life. What do you want to feel?

     She wanted to feel that her life had been a wonderful thrill ride. She then proceeds to tell what she did to regain her life, how she raised two healthy children and got a career traveling and helping people live life to the fullest.

     Her method is based on fifty-two secrets. One secret to work on each month of the year. By working on these secrets the reader can create a life filled with love, success, fulfillment and more. Debra encourages the reader to keep a journal and to decide what they want out of life. Learn a lifelong lesson: the joy of discovery.
After reading Debra's book I have decided to take the challenge. I am going to try to better my life, I am going to keep a journal and learn the fifty-two secrets, one week at a time. If nothing else, I should develop a more positive attitude and a deeper understanding of myself.

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