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by Ginger Pape,Diana Holman

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  • ISBN 1401911463
  • ISBN13 978-1401911461
  • Language English
  • Author Ginger Pape,Diana Holman
  • Publisher Hay House Inc. (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats lit azw rtf mobi
  • Category Self-Help
  • Subcategory Personal Transformation
  • Size ePub 1947 kb
  • Size Fb2 1357 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 727

For every woman who feels stuck in her current life, there is now an answer: repotting! This book is for 21st-century women who don’t need a better daily planner—they need a better life. Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan. This book offers an interactive program with very specific exercises to enable you to tailor the repotting experience to your own circumstances. It also provides tests and exercises to help you determine your readiness to change, identify your priorities and goals, create a strategy, and make it all happen. You’ll draw inspiration from stories about real women who have joined the repotting movement, and you’ll be able to see yourself in the life of another repotter. If you’re ready to make a radical departure from the status quo of your life, then repot, repot, repot! Reading this book is the first step on your road to a better, more fulfilling life!

Ginger Pape, a former Wall Street executive and corporate officer of a Fortune 500 company, is an entrepreneur and repotting consultant.

Ginger Pape, a former Wall Street executive and corporate officer of a Fortune 500 company, is an entrepreneur and repotting consultant. Long an advocate for women's issues, she helped found both the National Women's Business Center (WBC), which trains women to start and/or expand their own businesses, and the National "Race for the Cure" in Washington, . for The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Prior to the launch of Repotting LLC with Diana Holman, Ginger founded and ran two government relations consulting businesses, which focused on financial, technology and.

Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life's journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan. This book is for 21st-century women who don't need a better daily planner - they need a better life. Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life's journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan.

Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away For every woman who feels stuck in her current life, there is now an answer: repotting!

Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away For every woman who feels stuck in her current life, there is now an answer: repotting! This book is for 21st-century women who don’t need a better daily planner-they need a better life. Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan.

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Diana Holman and Ginger Pape have provided an easy-to-follow formula for revising your career or life choices. They outline the essential steps and considerations necessary when making a major change, and provide case histories to show that redesigning your life can be done successfully.

Pat Baccili invites Diana Holman and Ginger Pape to give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan

Pat Baccili invites Diana Holman and Ginger Pape to give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan. Their new book, Repotting, ok offers an interactive program with very specific exercises to enable you to tailor the repotting experience to your own circumstances. It also provides tests and exercises to help you determine your readiness to change, identify your priorities and goals, create a strategy, and make it all happen.

Diana Holman and Ginger Pape give you the answers to the question: How do I change my life? No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can apply the ten-step process and come away with a personal repotting plan. This book offers an interactive program with very specific exercises to enable you to tailor the repotting experience to your own circumstances.

I’m here speaking with Ginger Pape about her book, Repotting: 10 Steps for Redesigning Your Life. Ginger, thank you so much for speaking with us today. We already talked a little bit about repotting, generally, with family and career, and now I want to go into a discussion about the spiritual garden that we each have, and how we can repot that. In your book you talk about how we frequently live our schedule, instead of our life.

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Talk about Repotting: 10 Steps for Redesigning Your Life


Thoginn
Well, I was very excited to get this book. All the reviews were great, and the topic really appealed to me. However, once I received the book, I was sorely disappointed. I am not a gardener, and I don't enjoy working in the yard. EVERY TOPIC in this book, from the first few pages I tried to read to the many pages I scanned, used gardening as an example. Ugh! Here are a few examples, just from a ONE random page I turned to:

"1. Conduct a survery. Just as a gardener does a complete survery of the area to be planted, you need to take stock of your current life....

2. Take an inventory. Gardeners take note of all the elements that affect their landscape....

3. Create a base plan. After a landscape designer has done a survey and inventory of the fundamental elements in the garden, she develops a base plan for the redesign.

4. Create a flexible program. Gardeners need to look a variety of options and develop alternatives in order to accommodate all the possibilities."

Here's an exerpt of headings, from another page about half way through the book: "Nourishing Your Career Garden: Improving your Blossoms wih Gardening Tools" "Career Garden Maintenance" "Growing Your Career Garden". "Finding the Right Fertilizer For You" "Do you need more fertilizer?"

"Apply the gardening technique of deadheading (clipping faded flowers from plants) to your schedule. -- Just as you'd remove spent blooms to promote further growth and blossoms in your garden, you need to cut off activities if their costs outweigh their benefits"

A Personal Garden Calendar?

Garden, garden, garden. If I had a dollar for every time the word "garden" was printed, I'd be a kabillionaire.

Clearly, this is not the book for me, since I have a great distain of gardening. Too bad.

If you don't mind CONSTANT references to gardening, you may like the book. I'm sure there is great material for your life, if you can get past the gardening. I couldn't.
MilsoN
Purchased the book to use some of the ideas at a Woman's Retreat but cannot find the "free downloadable workbook" anywhere... Anyone have anu ideas??
Melipra
I bought this solely for the introduction by Lynda Carter but the entire book was a great read! Thank you!
Sat
This is a big prospect and this book was fun to read and had lots of good tips for my design to change the direction of my life
Error parents
This book is wonderful. It is full of practical ideas and suggestions that allow you to change your life. Repotting is a perfect comparison to reinventing yourself.
Gathris
Thought the general content of this book was difficult to absorb. I bought several copies of this book to give as gifts and the people I gave them to never really were able to get into the real essence of the book. It was complex and sometimes irrelevant. Not sure I would do this again.
Anen
As a voracious reader of all manner of self-help books as research for my weekly radio show on Peak Performance, I thought this book was unique and just wonderful.

Sure, you may find more comprehensive self-help books. Jack Canfield's excellent "Success Principles" being an example of such. But, what the co-authors have done uniquely is to constructively use the metaphor of gardening to effectively present the central tenets of changing one's life.

As a gardener, I loved the metaphor! And, I think the authors had just the right touch in how pervasively they fell back on the metaphor.

They also made excellent use of short case studies to illustrate examples of woman repotting themselves. I have no doubt that these examples will help many women to summon the courage to embark on a serious effort to change.

I purposely reference woman as the book was clearly written for woman. All of the case studies involve woman. Macho men may not be able to relate. But, I suspect that many men can benefit from this book just as much as the woman. I am confident that any gardener, male or female, will find this to be among the most readable and memorable self-help books ever.

Ms. Holman and Pape you did great! Double Kudos!!