A River Worth Riding
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A River Worth Riding

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Riding the river... ...If you want to survive the rapids of life, you'll need to stop trying to change the river and learn to change yourself... 7 Learn to examine the real cause of your frustrations 7 Learn to redefine yourself 7 Learn to reflect, focus and strategize before taking action 7 Learn to allocate your resources and understand the power of process 7 Take contro...more
Paperback and Hardcover, 268 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Aventine Press
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Lynn Marie Sager
Apr 22, 2008 Lynn Marie Sager rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: Anyone struggling through the current's of life...
Read for yourself, visit Navigating Life, or you can read the first chapter by clicking on "Why is the river so full of fools?"
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Lynn Marie Sager has been appearing before audiences for more than thirty years. Born in Oregon, yet raised in Hawaii, she has toured over two-dozen countries and worked on three continents. Author of A River Worth Riding: Fourteen Rules for Navigating Life, Lynn Marie Sager currently lives in North Hollywood, California; where she fills her time with private coaching, public speaking, freelance w...more
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“People are always complaining that life's not fair, but that simply isn't true. Life is extraordinarily fair. It's just not centered on you.” 223 likes
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