Dear Campus Calm Group Members,
I’d like to introduce you to Christine Hassler, Campus Calm’s 20-something survival expert and life coach.
I highly recommend her recently published book, “20 Something Manifesto: Quarter-Lifers Speak Out about Who They Are, What They Want and How to Get it,” which is available on Amazon now.
If you’d like to get to the other side of your “quarter-life crisis” and create the life you want, then this book is a must-read. In it, Christine shares from her own 20-something experience and what she’s learned over the past four years while coaching and speaking to this generation.
If you buy “20 Something Manifesto” and email your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org, she will give you a 25% discount on a coaching session which more than covers the cost of the book and shipping!
Here’s what people are saying about 20 Something Manifesto:
“Christine teaches the class you wish had been offered in school – “Life 101!” Her books are packed with real-world tools twenty-somethings can use to create a successful life on their own terms.”
– Greg Behrendt, Co-author of He’s Just not That into You
“As an author and life coach, Christine Hassler demonstrates a true gift – the ability to inspire twenty-somethings to take stock of where they are and act on the steps to become the people they want to be.”
-Alexandra Levit, Author of They Don’t Teach Corporate in College and How’d You Score That Gig?”
“20 Something Manifesto goes deeper than the quick fix. Hassler pushes, prods, nudges and guides her readers to create their own roadmap.”
– Willow Bay Journalist, Senior Editor, Huffington Post, Author
“A great read . . . Christine brings to life feelings that will strike a chord in 20-Somethings from all backgrounds. I strongly recommend this book.
– Jason Ryan Dorsey, author of My Reality Check Bounced! and Gen Y Consultant
“The stories in the 20-Something Manifesto are inspiring, helpful and deeply genuine. Christine Hassler is the perfect tour guide to take readers through the ups and downs of twenty-something life.”
– Lindsey Pollak, author, Getting from College to Career
Founder & President, Campus Calm