Living Life Out Loud: 22 Inspiring New Zealand Women Share their Wisdom

Living Life Out Loud: 22 Inspiring New Zealand Women Share their Wisdom
Living Life Out Loud by Kay Douglas is a positive and inspiring read, combining fascinating first-hand accounts from some of New Zealand's most loved and respected women with practical, uplifting information about the achievement of dreams.

Kay Douglas has interviewed 22 New Zealand women - to learn how they achieved their success. Their stories are sometimes incredibly personal and honest and, as a result, are often inspirational. Their journeys are both inward and outward, and it is surprising how often a spiritual theme emerges.
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Living Life Out Loud is a positive and inspiring read, combining facinating first-hand accounts from some of New Zealand's most loved and respected women with practical, uplifting information about the achievement of dreams.

The 22 wonderful women who shared their inner and outer journey's for this book are: Lucy Lawless, Barbara Kendell, Sue Bradford, Lois Muir, Celia Lashlie, Theresa Gatting, Sonja Davies, Kapka Kassobova, Hinewehi Mohi, Sue Kedgley, Melissa Clark-Reynolds, June Mariu, Judi Grace, Soala Wilson, Sukhi Turner, Leilani Joyce, Sally Synnott, Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, Vicki Buck, Jill Mitchell, Barbara Koziarski and Caron Taurima.

Foreword by Helen Clark.

Publisher : HarperCollins
Number of pages : 256

REVIEWS:

A most satisfying read, and very heartening.
- NZ Herald.

Her interviews are like being let into a private conversation with a stellar array of role models, with some intimate revelations.
- North and South magazine.

FROM THE INTRODUCTION:

'This book is based on the belief that we are all capable of achieving wonderful things. Our dreams hold our hidden potential. They are the bridge between where we are now and where we would like to be. They call us to participate fully in life - to risk, to strive and to grow - and in so doing we discover the courage, strengths and courage we need to live our lives out loud.'

- Kay Douglas