THE SUPERB WOMAN: It's All About The BE
THE SUPERB WOMAN is a parable about a single working mother, Bea, who goes on a quest to find out how a media icon “does it all.” Bea’s answers come from the lessons learned from women she encounters along the way, and she writes down the practical insights that she gains, shedding light on issues such as “having it all,” getting to know oneself, cultivating forgiveness and gratitude, and letting go of the “shoulds.”
Through this uplifting tale, THE SUPERB WOMAN offers readers strategies and mindsets that will help them re-energize their innate inner power and release the need to be a superwoman. Neal’s thoughtful examination of issues affecting women’s self-esteem and personal authority is sure to enhance the lives of women of all ages.
“Janet has woven entertaining and insightful stories of women like you and me, along with powerful, practical tools into this little gem of a book. This is a wonderful guide on how we can, indeed, each BE a
- Marci Shimoff, Author: Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul, Happy for No Reason, Love for No Reason
“A wise and entertaining tale that shows how to go from a human DOING to a human BEING.”
- Tina Lifford, Actress: Queen Sugar, Parenthood
“Kudos, Janet. Inspirational and interesting examples from remarkably relatable women. Also love the portable size: quite unique. ‘Small book big message’ indeed!” – Judy Katz, katzcreativebooksandmedia.com
Soul In Control
By all accounts, Janet Neal was living the ideal life – or at least she thought she was. The reality was quite another story: She was exhausted, unhappy, and unsure of just who the real Janet truly was. Life and a liberal application of hair gel – to her face – helped to get her attention, forcing her to move from her reliance on her faulty thinking to listening to the wisdom of her soul. This collection of insightful and amusing vignettes chronicle a Superwoman’s journey – fueled by her belief that she had to do everything and do it perfectly – to her awareness that there was actually nothing she had to do; she already had it all.