THE UnAMERICAN DREAM

The UnAmerican Dream, was written to encourage those who are tired of the hustle, to step off the treadmill and look at success differently. The book also includes a poignant chapter by Susanne and invites professionals to find happiness, identity, and worth by redefining success.

THE UnAMERICAN DREAM BOOK

A revolutionary message, a personal journey to overcome workaholism that lead to a desire to help others.

THIS BOOK CAN WORK FOR YOU AND YOUR PARTNER.

The UnAmerican Dream was written for professionals who want to step off the workaholic treadmill and offers them a better way to live their lives. The book also contains a chapter by Susanne who describes the experience of being married to someone obsessed with his professional achievements.

Each chapter ends with reflection questions to help the reader begin to apply the learnings from the book. Think about buying one for you and your partner so you can work through it together and begin making small changes that will impact you both.

Contains Personal & Practical Information to Help You

  • Be present and available in your relationships and at work
  • Find your identity in the things that matter
  • Get the most from your profession
  • Understand and embrace true happiness

The Wake-Up Call You Have Been Looking For

  • Understanding the negative impact of workaholism
  • Examining the lies that justify workaholism
  • Determining if you are sacrificial or selfish?
  • Taking a look if your values are aligned with your life

I feel like we got our life back.

Carlos and Susanne’s message will change your life, your career, your success...”

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