I received The Greatest Prospector in the World by Ken Dunn to review through iRead Book Tours. As always, all opinions shared are my own.
There were times I got so drawn into the story line of The Greatest Prospector in the World by Ken Dunn that I had to remind myself – Diva, this book is sharing some serious knowledge than can help you in building your business.
I hadn’t even gotten through the first page of Stan Holden’s Giving Candy to Strangers: Tips for Creating Abundance Through Heart-Centered Sales that I received through iRead Book Tours to review and I had to put the book down – to find a highlighter and pen to take notes and document AH-HA moments!
This sentence truly jumped out at me and encompasses my thinking for my business from the beginning:
“What if you approached “sales”
Right or Almost Right is based on John Haremza’s 25 years of success in network marketing. It’s John’s answer to the questions so many ask such as, “Where’s the money? Why am I not seeing the success I expected?” As John says, “I meet so many intelligent, hard-working, dedicated network marketers who are struggling. They are not seeing the results they expected, and they always ask, “Why?”
I received The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes through iRead Book Tours. As always, all opinions shared are my own.
At first I was apprehensive about reading The Thread That Binds because it dealt with new mothers and that stage is way behind me. However, the story of five women forming a bond of friendship won me over and I was quickly engrossed in their lives. Sherice, Sylvie, Joanne, Payton,
Today’s guest post is written by Alice Hayes, the author of The Thread The Binds. I had an opportunity to review her novel through iRead Book Tours.
It was August 2013. We still had several weeks left of a sweltering Georgia summer, and it had been a hell of a year. In February, my husband made me cut all ties with my family overseas. In May, I lost my grandmother. In July,
I received Really Good F Words written by Lorrie Forde to review through iRead Book Tours. As always, all the opinions shared are my own.
There were two things that affirmed this book and I were going to work out well together. Flipping through it, the first sentence my eyes landed on was: “Self-care is not selfish. It is a healthy practice and essential to our ability to care for those around us.”
Disclosure: I received a complimentary digital copy of Cheryl Bridge’s book “Me, Myself, & I ~ 28 Days of Creative Self-Love”. My opinion and my inner wisdom are authentic and 100% my own.
#CreativeSelfLove is definitely different than any other self-help or journaling activity I have participated in. The key is to create a multidimensional experience through words, music, creative exercises and journaling prompts. Yes, it covers all aspects of your creative side while providing genuine reflections on the different areas and concepts of self-love.