Who’s that galloping thoroughbred who just raced by NFL’s elite defensive players for a 56-yard touchdown? Colin Kaepernick came out of nowhere to capture the attention of America this season. At 25, he’s just in his second year in the NFL, has only started in nine games—yet he’s taking his team to the Super Bowl in [...]
A lively discussion has been going on over on BlogHer.com about personal experiences with our life planning journal, My Life Map. We’re touched by the honest and sometimes deeply personal stories and reactions this group of woman share about what it was like for them to use My Life Map to examine their lives and [...]
I have written several articles about how famous people might fill out My Life Map to describe what their future holds. The first one (complete with visual life map), on bestselling author Dave Eggers, was published today in examiner.com: The Completely Unauthorized Life Map of Dave Eggers Enjoy! P.S. – I look forward to San [...]
I am proud that My Life Map helped this exceptional young woman find her path to happiness. Here is her review of My Life Map: A Journal to Help You Shape Your Future: Sent Me on an Amazing Journey As a former coworker of author David Marshall, I had the pleasure of reading an advanced [...]
One thing I appreciate about this My Life Map review — besides the blogger’s thoughtful description of what it was like for her to work on her life planning maps — is her observation that, for people unable to work with a therapist or counselor, this little $16 journal is “a good alternative.” We certainly recognize the value [...]
We recently received the front and back cover from our new book, My Life Map, from our publisher Gotham Books (a Penguin imprint); it turned out really nicely. Endorsements from two of Berrett-Koehler’s bestselling authors, Richard Leider and Margaret Wheatley, grace the front and back cover.
David and I are eagerly awaiting a box with the first copies of My Life Map: A Journal to Help You Shape Your Future. For authors, there’s nothing like opening the box and seeing your new book in hardcover for the first time, except maybe for seeing it in a book store for the first [...]