Vincent Wright, a good friend, is teaming up with my publisher to write a book called “The 42 Rules of Starting Over.” This book will have 42 chapters written by people who have started over, and I’m sure it will serve as an inspiration to many people… people who are starting over from divorce, addictions, catastrophe, loss of a loved one, etc. Even job loss.
Vincent has a number of authors right now (I submitted my story), but if you have any inclination to share your story or how you started over, please contact him. Here are some details about what they want:
- All rules must be between 550-650 words
- All rules must have an example, story or anecdote to make them come alive.
- The rules are to be phrased in the positive whenever possible.
- We need to condense (stories) down to the elements that are
critical to “starting over”. What was the one thing you’d tell others
who are trying (or are forced) to start over?
I know there are hundreds of people who read this blog who have had to start over, in one way or another. And YOU MADE IT! Consider e-mailing Vincent with a summary of your story to see if it fits into this book project. Just thinking about this book has been a major inspiration for me!
Vincent’s e-mail is Vincent [at] VincentWright [dot] com.