Seeking reviewers for Think like a Tree: The natural principles guide to life by Sarah Spencer
Sarah’s new book will be published on 1 May 2019. Prior to that she is seeking people who would like a free advance copy in return for providing an impartial review.
What does reviewing involve?
- You will receive a FREE digital copy of the book.
- The review copy offered is an advance, uncorrected, proof (with formatting changes to be made), and is not for redistribution or resale.
- Reading the book during April
- Writing impartial review on Amazon on 1 May 2019
- Providing me with review comments to use in publicity (optional)
How do I get my copy?
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you the link to download your review copy
- Available in pdf, ebook or kindle (for kindle app)
Can I pass the ebook to my friends?
- No, but if they would like to review the book then they can email me
- Feel free to forward this email
- Please tell your friends about the book after its release
Do I need to be an expert?
- No, I would love each and every diverse perspective on the book.
Do I need to know anything about Think like a Tree already?
- No, the book has been written to be accessible to everyone and to bring the ideas of learning from nature to the mainstream.
Do I need to be from the UK?
- No, I am seeking reviewers from around the world.
When and where will the book be available for purchase?
- 1 May 2019 the illustrated paperback will be for sale on Amazon worldwide
- The ebook will also be available for purchase on Amazon and ebook stores
- Priced at £9.99 for the paperback and £7.99 for the ebook
Can I support the book and the great work that you are doing to help people reconnect to nature for the benefit of themselves and the rest of the living world?
- That would be amazing!
- Please tell your friends and family about the book and the courses
- Share Think like a Tree social media posts
- Consider joining the network of people sharing how we can learn from nature for happiness, health and wellbeing. Integrate the principles into your own work/livelihood.
- Do you have contacts in the media or celebrities/influencers who may be interested in the book? Please let me know.
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The book is a practical, personal development book, sharing how learning from trees and nature can help us live happier, healthier and more fulfilled lives. The book shares the principles that all living things have in common for: finding purpose; growth and success; solving problems; building resilience; creating ideal conditions to thrive; developing positive relationships and leaving a legacy for the future.
Think like a Tree: The natural principles guide to life shows that, if we can reconnect with nature, we can benefit ourselves and the rest of the living world.
Think like a Tree: The natural principles guide to life
We associate trees and woodlands with harmony, health and vitality. And yet so often we struggle to experience these qualities in our everyday lives.
What if we could harness the wisdom of the forest for ourselves?
Think like a Tree: The natural principles guide to life, the first guide of its kind, reveals the underlying principles of nature’s secrets of success one by one. These natural principles evolved over billions of years – they are the rules and patterns that all living things have in common for: finding purpose; growth and success; solving problems; building resilience; creating ideal conditions to thrive; developing positive relationships and leaving a legacy for the future. At its heart is the observation that each one of us, just like each tree in a woodland, is unique and therefore we must navigate our own positive journey through life.
Author, Sarah Spencer explains, “I noted the patterns that I saw around me in the woods and applied them in my life to recover from chronic illness and to improve my overall wellbeing. By mimicking the ways nature is healthy and resilient I was able to heal myself and become happier and more fulfilled in the process. I now share the principles with others so they can use the principles and associated tools to put them into action, whatever their circumstances.”
Sarah Spencer lives on a beautiful smallholding in the National Forest in Derbyshire, UK. She has developed and used the Think like a Tree principles in her own life. Sarah lives with a rare chronic illness, and in 2015 she was confined to bed and in a wheelchair. She turned to the principles she observed around her in nature to design her way back to health. Her journey has now lead her to share her insights to help others via Think like a Tree courses, workshops and the Think like a Tree book, supporting adults and children.
The Think like a Tree network of facilitators from a wide range of disciplines, is now expanding the reach of this innovative approach to wellbeing for all.