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Laura Waller announces new book to be released in January 2016:
William Shakespeare, Gent.
How one man created a life of Success, Significance and Security
This book is not about the works of Shakespeare the genius,
but the life’s work of an ordinary man from a small town. . .
What we can learn and apply from this man has nothing at all to do with the collection of plays and poetry attributed to “William Shakespeare”. In fact, you will not find one direct Shakespearean quote in this entire book. That’s because the works of Shakespeare are philosophical without revealing the author’s philosophy. They tell a story of the lives of others without disclosing anything useful about the playwright worked, played and loved.
If you are searching for a way to earn more income, take care of your family, build your business and find the real pay-off of a meaningful life, this unconventional biography is for you. The story of the man we will henceforth call “Mr. Shakspear” pursued his dream and took action in a way that we can all adopt to realize our most burning desire – – to know success, significance and security, no matter what is going on around us.
Laura Waller will be speaking on this topic throughout the United States and Canada this autumn and into 2016, leading up to the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Contact her office at 614-915-4324 to book her to speak with your local service organization or library.