Are you feeling uninspired? Are you lacking self-esteem and confidence? Could you get more out of your work, family and relationships? Do you want to improve your life? This inspiring tale of a woman called Ellie Hart demonstrates how everyone can steer change in order to create success and joy in their lives.
Are you feeling uninspired? Are you lacking in self-esteem and confidence? Could you get more out of your work, family and relationships? Do you want to improve your life? Ellie Hart does. She's busy at work, tired and hassled - and is unable to get her life together. What she needs is a guide to help her discover how to get back on track and find true happiness - and one arrives in the most unexpected place. Ellie is struggling to attain both personal and professional success when she meets in a dream a man who will teach her the secret key to balance and harmony at work and home. Mr Fairchild, using the image of the garden as a metaphor for Ellie's true self, shows her how to change her attitude, improve her life and achieve her true goals. Both practical and enchanting Ellie Hart Goes to Work demonstrates how everyone can steer change in order to create success and joy in their lives.
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Malcolm Levene consults to numerous businesses and Fortune 500 companies on how to develop a successful and meaningful business style. He has been designing clothes for more than 20 years and was trained in Savile Row, London before opening the renowned Malcolm Levene shop in 1982. The Sunday Times has named Malcolm the 'suit guru' to Tony Blair, he has been voted 'The Best of British Men' and the New Yorker dubbed him 'The Freud of Fashion'. Kate Mayfield consults to private and corporate clients in the USA and Europe in partnership with Malcolm Levene, her husband. Kate is a member of London's University Women's Club and is a trained instructor in body and movement education systems, including the Pilates method.
Ellie Hart Goes to Work by Malcolm Levene
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