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Book Reviews

Neil Francis is a masterful storyteller who writes with great intimacy, insight and love. His work inspires me, and I recommend this work to you if you are looking for inspiration and direction in your life. (Robert Holden PhD., author of Loveability, Happines NOW! and Shift Happens!)

Unlike other (motivational books) however, it is underpinned by the experience of someone whose life has been changed – not from choice – and displays a remarkable generosity of spirit. (The Glasgow Herald)

Francis has found a new direction and, although it is very different from the life he had before, it probably makes him happier. (Sunday Mail)

It’s an honest portrayal of his love of wearing the badge of a CEO and how it fuelled his ego – and how he has come to terms with a new and very different way of life. Often the word ‘ inspirational’ is over used, but Neil’s book swell worth reading – and makes us all grateful for our own pleasures. BQ (Business Quarter) Magazine

It’s impossible not to be inspired by Neil. He’s living proof that there is no such thing as one career path for every person. He’s proof that a health scare needn’t make you afraid for for the rest of your life’ Bunkered Magazine

This book is aimed at anybody facing a major life-shift, or considering one. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

While his own change of course would never have happened without the stroke, the book is aimed at anyone facing a major life-shift, or considering one because they’re unhappy with the course they’re currently on. (The Newcastle Journal)