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Book Launch Saturday: 'Forty-five is the New Twenty-five'

Can 45-year-olds really feel like they're 25 again? Local author, Steven Sharp, says they can...if you follow his simple plan.

Steven Sharp’s first book is written to inspire his readers to make the changes they desire in their lives to arrive at the effective and engaged state where they truly believe their best years lie ahead. Credit: Special
Steven Sharp’s first book is written to inspire his readers to make the changes they desire in their lives to arrive at the effective and engaged state where they truly believe their best years lie ahead. Credit: Special

Do you need motivation or inspiration to lose weight? Could you benefit from analyzing your current level of job satisfaction? Could you watch less TV and invest that time learning a new skill or pursuing a long forgotten dream? 

If you answered yes, then Poncey-Highland author Steven Sharp’s first book, Forty-five is the New Twenty-five, could help you re-discover your purpose in life. He invites you to take a look at your life, to look at your goals, and put together a plan to achieve those goals using the tools he provides.

Sharp will host a book launch event Saturday night at the Westside's King Plow Arts Center, located at 887 West Marietta Street. The event is from 7:30-9:30 p.m. and see the attached flyer for more details.

Sharp’s first book is written to inspire his readers to make the changes they desire in their lives to arrive at the effective and engaged state where they truly believe their best years lie ahead. 

“As a physician who deals with many women in their forties facing a new diagnosis of breast cancer, they are often immediately challenged with the reality that their lives here on earth are finite," he explains in a news release. "Forty-five is the New Twenty-five provides an inspirational and practical means for change, not only for these women but for all of us, and teaches us that it is never too late to realize our dreams.” 

For most of his adult life, Sharp has been interested in discovering the meaning of life. In his late twenties, this quest led him to a master’s degree in community counseling psychology and to devour a plethora of self-help books as he sought to figure out the meaning of his life. Although he has never practiced in the field of Psychology, he has always known on some level he would return to the helping profession later in life.

Here what Steven sounds like in a recent radio interview.

To reach him for speaking engagements or seminars, email ssharpga@me.com or visit www.45isthenew25.com

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