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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Pages:230
  • eBook ISBN:9780578137346

The Hummingbird Way

Putting Hover, Zip, and Zoom to Work in Your Life!

by Sherri Lynea Gerek

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Overview
Sherri Lynea Gerek wants to help you fulfill the highest vision you hold for yourself and your life. In The Hummingbird Way, Sherri offers up a bright perspective on overcoming challenges by elevating your everyday thoughts and behaviors. As you apply the book’s lessons to rise above your circumstances like the hummingbird, you will broaden your horizon and unearth new possibilities for greater understanding and acceptance of yourself and others. The Hummingbird Way includes lessons such as . . . • Have Confidence in Your Ability to Fly • Hover and Rise Above • Face Your Fear and Fly Right Th rough It • Every Feather in Place • Fight Fairly • Fly Higher • File Your Flight Plan • Fly Forward—Don’t Look Back • . . . and more! Each of its twenty-two chapters opens with a hummingbird scene providing a metaphor for a common life issue we all face. This is followed by a personal life lesson conveyed through a story, a strategy, and a worksheet for further self-exploration. The Hummingbird Way stirs the imagination. As you aspire to live in harmony with the world around you, life is not always easy. You look for flowers. You encounter hornets. You desire nectar. You’ll find it all here.
Description
Sherri Lynea Gerek wants to help you fulfill the highest vision you hold for yourself and your life. In The Hummingbird Way, Sherri offers up a bright perspective on overcoming challenges by elevating your everyday thoughts and behaviors. As you apply the book’s lessons to rise above your circumstances like the hummingbird, you will broaden your horizon and unearth new possibilities for greater understanding and acceptance of yourself and others. The Hummingbird Way includes lessons such as . . . • Have Confidence in Your Ability to Fly • Hover and Rise Above • Face Your Fear and Fly Right Th rough It • Every Feather in Place • Fight Fairly • Fly Higher • File Your Flight Plan • Fly Forward—Don’t Look Back • . . . and more! Each of its twenty-two chapters opens with a hummingbird scene providing a metaphor for a common life issue we all face. This is followed by a personal life lesson conveyed through a story, a strategy, and a worksheet for further self-exploration. The Hummingbird Way stirs the imagination. As you aspire to live in harmony with the world around you, life is not always easy. You look for flowers. You encounter hornets. You desire nectar. You’ll find it all here.
About the author
Sherri Lynea Gerek is a certified professional life coach and veteran managing sales and marketing director with nearly 30 years in the travel and tourism industry. She understands first-hand the challenges women face while juggling a busy career and family life. Sherri wrote The Hummingbird Way to help guide other women successfully through similar terrain. In addition to writing, Sherri is passionate about the great outdoors, a lover of animals, and an amateur nature photographer who has captured some of the most amazing photos while standing on her front porch. She and her husband live in Northwest Montana, a stone’s throw away from Glacier National Park. Sherri’s approach to life is action-oriented, always striving to excel in her career, while enjoying personal experiences that bring joy and balance to her life. She loves to travel, entertain, cook from scratch, flower garden, spend time with loved ones, and feather her nest. Experiences aside, when asked, what are you most grateful for, Sherri is quick to respond – “Warm, rich relationships with family, and friends, and the honor bestowed on me twenty-four years ago when I became stepmom to my husband’s boys. Now, I am a grandmother too.”