Now by Patrick Regan
Discovering the Power of the Present Tense

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You know that wonderful feeling you get when you accomplish a task you've been avoiding, delaying, or tiptoeing around? Wouldn't it be great to have that feeling every day? Now can show you how. This simple but inspiring book reminds us that there are countless little acts that we can accomplish every day - little lingering things that we can banish from our minds, making room for the more important stuff. For example:
Consolidate the ketchup bottles, now. Send those thank-you notes, now. It's never too late. Get three competitive bids on your car insurance, now. Put loose pictures in a photo album, now. Fierce competition among retailers has made nearly everything returnable. If you don't like the blouse/skirt/couch, return it now. (The swimsuit, you're stuck with.)With glints of sly humor, clever illustrations, and surprising insight, Now reminds us that what we accomplish needn't be earth shattering in scope or life altering in importance. The beauty of "now" is simple. Now removes nagging concerns from your consciousness. Now gives you little victories every day. Now liberates you and allows you to move on. Now, doesn't that sound good?

About Patrick Regan

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Cheryl Maeder is an award-winning commercial and fine-art photographer. Her commercial clients include AT&T, Levi Strauss, Eddie Bauer, Columbia Sportswear, Sony, and Seagrams. Her studio is in San Francisco. Patrick Regan writes the "voice" of Jackie for Portal's popular greeting card line and has also written for many other licensed properties, including Thomas Kinkade, Mary Engelbreit, and Disney.
Published November 6, 2012 by Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC. 96 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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