By Barbara Ann Kipfer
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This book is dedicated to all those people wise enough to share their guidance and to those who have brought us those words in print and other media, especially the late Sally Kovalchick, my first editor at Workman. I would like to thank Jennifer Griffin for her terrific editing and Peter Workman for his support and for giving me the opportunity to publish this work. To my “wise guys,” Kyle Kipfer and Keir Magoulas: Thank you for the inspiration. There is no more challenging job than raising children, and for that we all need a lot of wisdom!
Maybe you will follow the guidance of an entry just for a day, or maybe you will keep following it until it becomes a habit. Some of you will add another change the next day, and then maybe another after that. And like a poem, the book will change for you over the years. What did not apply to your life at age fifteen may have great meaning for you at age fifty. This is a very personal book for me. Over the years I have been collecting my secrets to life improvement—great advice, formulas, wise words from great thinkers, maxims, and just plain common sense.
Paul is equally responsible for this collection, and I thank him for all of his contributions, his enthusiasm for this book, and his love. This book is dedicated to all those people wise enough to share their guidance and to those who have brought us those words in print and other media, especially the late Sally Kovalchick, my first editor at Workman. I would like to thank Jennifer Griffin for her terrific editing and Peter Workman for his support and for giving me the opportunity to publish this work.