By Susan McLachlan


7 Steps to a Better Life


My “7 Steps to a Better Life” e-book and paperback is a culmination of life experiences during my own personal growth journey.  I learned from my mistakes and worked out how to move forward to achieve happiness and success. It is my desire to share this knowledge with others and offer here a practical program which simplifies the steps needed to effect real change. When I was confused about my life direction I turned to many empowering authors for help. I hope I can do the same for you.


A simple but effective guide for anyone who is on a journey of self-discovery. Understand why patterns form in different areas of life and how to move past them to create your ideal circumstances.  At the end of each chapter is an action task to complete which will assist in achieving personal growth and finding your true life path. The book covers issues such as the need to look within, letting go of past adversity, eliminating fear and ego, showing forgiveness and gratitude, whilst being open to receiving the love, happiness and fulfilment we all so richly deserve.

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Reader Testimonials

If you are in the right place at the right time great things happen. Last Saturday I won the lucky door prize at Sue’s Group Past Life Regression meeting. I have now read Sue’s book 7 Steps to a Better Life and what a great read. To advance on the Spiritual path you need these 7 steps. If you haven’t read the book please buy one as you will get so much out of it in your journey in this life. Thanks Sue for putting this book out there.
— Lindsay Hart
I bought your book and thought I would just read a little each day. But when I started reading it, I couldn’t stop. It was a valuable reminder of what we all need to do to move on with our lives. Even though I understood some of these concepts already, it made me realise that I needed to do more work on myself.
— Kerry Chambers