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Oola for Women: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World by Dave Braun & Troy Amdahl, with Janet Switzer

Oola for Women: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World by Dave Braun & Troy Amdahl, with Janet Switzer

Oola-la . . . that’s what life feels like when you’re happy, growing, and looking forward to what the world has in store for you. It’s the feeling you get when you’ve landed that better job, grown a bigger business, or watched your kids succeed at something they’re passionate about. It’s what you tell yourself when you’ve bought that dream house, saved your first $1,000, or paid off the last of your debts. . . .Whatever rocks it for you, Oola means living life firing on all cylinders—joyful, wholehearted, and ready to take advantage whenever good times and opportunity appear.”


The international Oola sensation began with a single book and turned into a lifestyle. David Braun and Troy Amdahl, the OolaGuys, began with the book Oola: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World, and now they present a special edition of the book specifically for women: Oola for Women: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World

Oola is a formula for living a happy, stress-free, fulfilling life—“. . . extraordinary and linked to your unique purpose and future goals”—with balance in all aspects. The first part of the formula is called “The 7 F’s”: fitness, finance, family, field, faith, friends, and fun. These are the essential areas that require focus and attention for us to live our best lives. The second and third parts of the strategy are “OolaBlockers” and “OolaAccelerators.” OolaBlockers are the “habits, beliefs, and attitudes” that hold us captive— fear, guilt, anger, self-sabotage, laziness, envy, and lack of focus—while OolaAccelerators—gratitude, love, discipline, integrity, passion, humility, and wisdom—propel us forward. Oola for Women goes through all these factors in depth, expounding on what they are and how they help (or harm) us from living the OolaLife. 

Oola for Women not only features advice from the OolaGuys themselves, but also stories from women of all ages, struggling with a variety of issues, explaining how and why they chose to embark on the path of “Living Oola.” Gabriele talks about how she “ran the fifth fastest time in school history” the day after she was diagnosed with cancer. Debra had to learn to go “from bread baker to bread winner” when her husband suddenly passed away and she was left to provide for herself and her twelve-year-old daughter alone. It took a long time for Tami to realize that having both adult children (and their families) living with her was neither good for her nor good for them. These women and more share their experiences of making the switch to the Oola lifestyle and what that meant for them. 
Oola for Women celebrates women as the ultimate multitaskers, but asks them to take charge of the areas where they could find a little more balance and fulfillment. Be a part of the Oola movement: a growing community of people dedicated to overcoming hardship and transforming themselves and their lives for the better. 
“Wherever you are and whatever your goals, Oola for Women is here to be your guide, your playbook, and your go-to resource for getting from where you are now to where you want to be. Master the 7 F’s of Oola, get solid on the Accelerators, crush the Blockers, and follow the 3 Simple Steps to the OolaLife—and you’ll be on your way to living the deepest desires of your heart.”



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