"a powerful book that can change and reframe your life."


"What an eye-openers. Wish I read this book years ago. To the point. Love her humor. Helps me to think differently. Time to live my life the way I want, thank you Kelly for all the insights."
"Easy to read, very ‘light’ and yet confronting in a positive and uplifting way. It is her personal style and humor that make you want to keep reading the book. The power of choice is literally a gift for anyone who wants to take back control on life and start living it the way YOU want."
"I’m so happy this book became available here in the US. Kelly is a very well established writer and psychologist and this shines through in her book. Her style is down-to-earth and the book is easy to read and leaves you with plenty of hacks how to live a happy life. Definitely a must read; no matter what stage in life you’re at."
"This book is a real pageturner! It’s no nonsense and spot on. Sometimes you just need that reminder that you are in charge of making your own choices whatever the situation is. I really recommend this book and it will definitely be under the Christmas tree!"
"I think this book would help other adults to learn that trying new things can be scary, but sometimes when we try, we can find things that can make us happy too. This book will help others know that mistakes are okay and part of life and learning!"
"You know when you listen to a TED talk or in a middle of a conversation you get those Light Bulb moments of clarity? Well, a well-respected friend of mine in Amsterdam recommended I read this, he has been following her for some time. I plowed through this in 2 days, and I must admit, I had those light bulb moments more than once and I will be reading her other work going forward."
"This book is full of life lessons and practical tips with a personal touch full of humor and honesty, written in a down to earth way. The book is easy to read, while it teaches you that you have a choice in every difficult situation. Must read!"
"Absolutely loved reading this book. It’s full of advice that we may subconsciously know already but which we mostly choose to forget or put aside. I love how the writer explains her theories using her personal life as an example, which makes it all very recognizable. It’s a truly pleasant, easy to read book which I highly recommend and will go back to many times!"
"What a great book. Relatable and easy to read. A book that helps you reflect on your own situation, including tips and tricks which will guide you in the future. I highly recommend it. A must-read for everyone."
"To the point, genuine and an absolute must-read."
"In a very approachable manner, Kelly explains how to reach your goals and points out which choices you have to make to get there. It’s honest and well-written. I finished the book in just two days. If you’re doubting certain things in life or don’t know how to follow your dreams, then this is the book you need to read."
"Kelly Weekers has been a prominent name in Europe for years. Helping to educate thousands on how to get behind the steering wheel of their own life, maximize their potential, and create the life of their dreams by applying her famous life hacks. In my opinion, she falls in the same category as Bene Brown, Tony Robbins, and Byron Katie. Her new book ‘The Power Of Choice’ is no different from her previous work. Kelly always manages to give helpful tips and advice, regardless of what stage of life you are in. Do yourself a favor and read her book!"
"What an awesome book! She talks about her life story and being an entrepreneur. She gives you practical guidance on how to make choices in life. But, best of all, she has a sense of humor!"
"This was an eye-opening book for me in many ways. Kelly helps you find your inner self in an exciting way. This book is a real page turner, most memorable book I have read this year, and one of the best non-fictions I have ever read. Thank you, Kelly, and yeah to the new me. You definitely do not want to miss out on this book, so.... family and friends, you know what you are going to get from me during the Holidays."

About me

As a child, best-selling author and business coach Kelly Weekers (33) was already intrigued by why people act the way they do. “I was an introvert and always observing others,” Kelly explains. Her interest in human behavior led her to choose a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Neuroscience.

For years, Kelly worked as a model alongside her studies, and in 2011 she even became Miss Holland and was a finalist in the Miss Universe pageant. “It was a nice experience. My childhood was not exactly filled with ups and downs, and modeling made me grow up a lot faster. I often traveled abroad and during that time, I discovered the impact of my own thoughts and the opinions of others on my self-image and on the choices I made in life. Those lessons are still valuable to me today.”

Kelly worked as a full-time model for about a year. “I went all-in, so that I could genuinely experience the life of a model. I decided that if it didn’t work out, I could always pick up my studies again. In the end, that mindset saved me, since I’ve always pushed myself to work hard. If I hadn’t thought it through the way I did, the modeling world would probably have crushed me.” In the end, modeling didn’t turn out to be the right environment for Kelly, and that’s when she decided to turn her passion into a career.

In 2011, she started working as a psychologist. “I gained loads of experience in no time, treating people with problems like burnout, panic disorders, anxiety and depression. And I noticed I quickly got results. I’m empathetic, but my coaching style is also straightforward and no-nonsense. Therapy can sometimes be a bit like a comfortable blanket and is supposed to be life-changing. Clients get an overkill of daily routines that take hours and are therefore not feasible. Taking small steps and offering perspective is more my style. You don’t have to change absolutely everything and immediately.”

Kelly helps her clients take back control of their lives. “The tips and tricks I used for people with burnout symptoms or who were suffering from depression also proved useful in my own life. Because of course, I too can feel stressed or have a bad day.” She compiled all her insights into the book Happy Life 365. A year later, the sequel Happy Lifehacks 365 was published. Both books became bestsellers. “Common sense is not common practice. We all know it’s healthy to go to the gym and to eat plenty of vegetables, but we don’t always feel like doing it. I try to motivate people to take small, attainable steps to become happier.”

In her latest book – another bestseller, The Power of Choice – she shares key insights and eye-openers based on her personal experience. “People often told me they were curious about how I dealt with things like motherhood, ambition, insecurity, and friendships. I didn’t want to write an autobiography and decided to focus on these important themes in my life in order to help my readers reflect on their own choices in life.”

It is Kelly’s most intimate book, in which she shares personal anecdotes about her own relationship and goes into how she struggled with motherhood and came to decide to break up with certain friends. “I prefer listening to someone who is also candid about the obstacles they have had to overcome. Since I dare to be vulnerable, people know they can be vulnerable with me as well.”

Meanwhile, Kelly has sold over 200,000 books, founded her own publishing house, and with her other company, Moonshot Coaching, she helps people bring out the best in themselves and achieve their own company’s full potential. Kelly’s mission? “I would like to help people find the guts to choose for themselves a bit more often. Staying true to who you are sounds incredibly cliché, but how do you actually do that?! And how to know what makes you happy in the first place?”

Her motto in life? “I may not always have a choice in what comes my way, but I do have a choice in how to deal with it.” She wants to help others take control of their lives. “As soon as you feel more in charge and know you yourself determine what you want life to be like, you will feel so much happier. Happiness doesn’t imply that everything has to be perfect; we just have to know how to keep things enjoyable and nice enough for ourselves, despite the inevitable ups and downs.”

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