I love this book. I’m all about the inspirational books that help you examine yourself and improve your life.
“The Success Principles – How to get from where you are to where you want to be”
“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” (Still reading this one)
“The High School Reunion Diet”
“The Four Agreements”
“This Year I Will…” Still reading this one too)
That’s all I can think of at the moment.
“Loose Girl – A Memoir of Promiscuity” was interesting and got me analyzing myself on how I came to make some poor decisions I made when I was young.
I can’t even list all of the books I’ve read on writing and publishing. One I’m working on now is “Between the Lines – Master the subtle elements of fiction writing”.
I’m also reading the Steve Pavlina personal developmental website and blog where I found the 30-day Facebook Fast.
I think it’s important for people to realize they will never be perfect but that it’s also important to continuously learn and improve. Bad habits are so easy to form, and ruts easy to fall into, it’s almost automatic, and if you never make any effort to improve or counter the bad habits and negativity you’ll just find yourself in a downward spiral and it becomes harder and harder to get back up.
“It’s my choice. I am in charge of my own life.”