The most successful people in life get there by studying other successful people. Successful ex-smokers learn from other smokers who have quit. By studying the methodology and stories of other ex-smokers you gain valuable insight into the mind and the means of a quitter.
The Last Puff contains 30 stories of smokers who kicked the habit. If you don't think it's possible to quit, then here is concrete proof that it is possible. You can quit too by studying how these smokers stuffed their cigarettes in the trash and took the very last puff.
These ex-smokers tell you in their own words the stories of how they started smoking, what lead them to quit and what made quitting possible for them.
You'll read how James V. used pictures of a smoker's lung to motivate him, how Joni L. quit cold turkey after seeing an ad on TV, how Louise G. injured her head in a fall after smoking and used that awful experience to keep herself off cigarettes, how Mike B. used a new car and a three-week vacation to quit cold turkey, plus so many more exciting and encouraging stories.
You're bound to identify with one or more of these real people. Their stories are just like those of millions of other smokers, except they found the answers about how to quit. Read their stories and use the answers they found to help yourself quit smoking. Click below to order your copy of The Last Puff today!
Here's what the reviewers had to say:
"Refreshingly unlike the usual stop-smoking manual, this collection of over 30 interviews with people who kicked the habit follows their paths to hard-won triumph in brief oral histories and commentary....The strength of the book is its refusal to simplify or glorify a gritty struggle. Realistic and persuasive." --Publishers Weekly
"A valuable little book with something for everyone. Everyone, that is, with an interest in quitting smoking." --Robert H. Williams, Washington Post
"In a fascinating and inspiring book, [the authors] give 30 former smokers a chance to share the secrets of their success. The stories can be a source of inspiration, hope, and helpful hints for smokers who have, like the story-tellers, made repeated failed attempts to quit." --Jane Brody, New York Times
"If you've ever tried to quit smoking and failed, and you want to make your next puff your last one, read this book and you'll find out how to do it. These are real life stories of a host of individuals who have made it." --Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
About the Author
John W. Farquhar, M.D., professor of medicine and director of the Stanford University Center for Research in Disease Prevention, is also the author of The American Way of Life Need Not Be Hazardous to Your Health. Gene A. Spiller is a clinical researcher in preventive medicine and an editor of medical books.