Karen Jacobsen gives directions to over 50 million people in GPS devices, and with the release of her first book she gives directions for life in “The GPS Girl’s Road Map for Your Future.”
Aussie Karen navigated her way from the Great Barrier Reef to the Big Apple eleven years ago with a suitcase and a dream, and an unexpected turn in her music career arrived in the guise of a 50 hour voice over job.
Now the Australian GPS voice in the Garmin, Navman, TomTom and Mio GPS units worldwide, her brand “The GPS Girl” gives great tips in a fun and accessible way on how to Put Yourself In the Driver’s Seat by using road rules and directions as an analogy for living life.
Published by Kurly Queen Publishing “The GPS Girl’s Road Map for Your Future” shows how to move from the passenger seat to the Driver’s Seat, to learn to listen to your Inner GPS and to Recalculate at any time in life just as we do when driving.
She goes so far as to let us know that the word recalculating is actually good news. “It may mean you have been off track,” says Aussie Karen, “but by the time you hear the word recalculating you are already back on the right road.”
It’s a book and journal filled with ideas, lists to write, sentences to finish and inspiration for creating the destination of your dreams. Designed to give more focus on a daily basis, increased confidence in decision making and to leave the reader feeling invigorated by having a road map for their future, The GPS Girl points us all in the right direction with her first book.
Distributed through bookbaby.com, “The GPS Girl’s Road Map for Your Future” is available on Amazon.com, iBooks, BarnesandNoble.com and at http://www.thegpsgirl.com
The GPS Girl, Karen Jacobsen’s speaking voice is in over 50 million GPS devices giving drivers directions worldwide as “Australian Karen”. A recent TEDx Speaker, she has appeared on ABC World News Tonight, the CBS Early Show, in The New York Times, NY Daily News, Glamour magazine and was named one of People Magazine’s Most Intriguing People in 2010.