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101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Volume 2

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101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Volume 2Rate this post You will get 101 quick, simple and — most importantly — proven success secrets from the top experts in the world and gain access to the greatest treasures of all time – the gold nuggets of success. Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Denis

101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Volume 2
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You will get 101 quick, simple and — most importantly — proven success secrets from the top experts in the world and gain access to the greatest treasures of all time – the gold nuggets of success. Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, plus many other leading experts have all contributed their knowledge to this great compilation.

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nargis says:

very useful as a one chapter daily read we had this book for our monthly book club meeting and I had to facilitate the meeting.We’d asked all the members to read and try out atleast five chapters and then share one in the meeting. The meeting was an amazing experience.When each one shared a chapter, and we would all open up to that chapter, the sharing which came from a personal context with a personal story made the lesson of the chapter come alive. The book, which had initially looked too big has now become like a daily bible. I…

Alan Gettis, Author of The Happiness Solution says:

101 Heads Are Better Than One David Riklan has done it again. He managed to get 101 self-improvement gurus to collaborate and share their collective wisdom. The result is ‘101 Great Ways To Improve Your Life-Volume 2’. The stories will improve your relationship with yourself, others, and the universe. Covering an enormous array of topics, the common denominator of the stories is that they will help you think more positively and feel and function better.Shirley Cheng’s chapter entitled ‘Dance With Your Heart: How…

M. R. Campbell says:

Sound life-changing ideas in small doses This book has many strengths, from the credentials of the experts included to the variety of the topics they have chosen to write about. For some of us, the words “Improve Your Life” are frightening because there is, of course, so much work to be done. David Riklan’s book is accessible, though, for each topic is short, sweet and pragmatic. If you’re a writer, turn to pages 384-386, where you’ll find Kelly Robbins’ thoughts about using your words to focus on your life’s challenges. If you’re…

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