Author Laura Zuber Shows Readers How to Find Purpose in Life

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New book offers framework for fulfilling, purposeful living.

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Everybody has a purpose that is already within them – they just need the tools to experience that purpose and live it out.

Do you love your life? Is it fulfilling? Does it honor God? These are the type of questions asked by Laura Zuber, self-improvement expert and author of the new book “The Higher Choices Compass.”

Drawing on years of experience as a life coach and corporate trainer, Zuber brings audiences a self-improvement book like no other – one that will set readers on the path to a more fulfilling, abundant and spirit-filled life.

Intended to be read throughout the calendar year, “The Higher Choices Compass” is a unique “how-to” guide that encourages readers to realize their true calling in life through a journey of self-discovery and spiritual transformation.

“The Higher Choices Compass” is unique in that it promotes biblical principles while introducing readers to a practical framework of strategic tools for living: setting goals, knowing values and priorities, navigating life’s twists and turns and focusing on relationships.

“My hope is that by reading ‘The Higher Choices Compass,’ readers will discover their own spiritual gifts and their own life’s potential,” says Zuber. “Everybody has a purpose that is already within them – they just need the tools to experience that purpose and live it out.”

For more information, visit http://www.higherchoices.net.

“The Higher Choices Compass”
By Laura Zuber
ISBN: 978-1-4627-1712-5
Softcover, retail price: $16.99
Hardcover, retail price: $33.95
E-book price: $3.99

About the author
Laura Zuber works as a software development consultant and coaches individuals and groups in discovering their purpose and developing strategies for action. She teaches spiritual gifts, conducts workshops, leads small groups, and serves as a keynote speaker. Zuber has three grown children.
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