“To be nobody but 
yourself in a world 
which is doing its best day and night to make you like 
everybody else means to fight the hardest battle 
which any human being can fight and never stop fighting.”
—ee cummings

How many times has someone offered you that wonderfully insightful piece of advice to ‘just be yourself’? Like it hadn’t crossed your mind already?Here is a wee book with a big idea—that you should be nobody but yourself—offering inspiration and direction for everybody who wants to be more specifically somebody. Never Not a Lovely Moon offers not a path to being yourself, but being yourself as the path.In her two decades of being a philosopher, a student and teacher of IDOLOGY, Caroline has worked all over the world with thousands of individuals, from celebrated artists to Fortune 500 CEOs to schoolchildren in India, using her unique perspective to shine a light on theirs.

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This just might be the operating manual you should have been born with.”Caroline is an exceptionally inspirational woman who I’ve been learning from for 18 years. Since I met her she’s been on a personal crusade to unleash the world’s confidence one person at a time. I’m delighted she’s been persuaded to pass on some of her genius in this book. No surprise to me she might just do it yet—and if you get the chance to hear her speak, run do not walk.”
—Rachel Bell, Founder, Shine Communications

Caroline McHugh’s wisdom and insights are as piercing as her warmth and wit. She’s one of the real sages of our time, and this book is the Holy Grail for personal fulfillment.
—Michael Feiner, Consultant and Professor, Columbia Business School

“Mysterious, profound, and very very beautiful.”
—Vicki Mackenzie, author of Cave in the Snow


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