Recently, I read "Change Your World in 71 Days." My initial assumption about this book was definitely incorrect. I assumed that this was a self-help book, where an expert was sharing advice, which was not something they had actually completed themselves. Connellan discusses how applicable changing his world in 71 days, as well as how applicable it was for those he shared the information with at work and at home. I really enjoyed this book because the advice was focused. Connellan suggests changing one area of your life at one percent. At first, hearing this suggestion sounds like growth will not actually be achieved. However, one percent of a 71 day period actually adds up, and the growth is not only evident, but it is a way of life. After finishing this book, I often find myself waking up and thinking "How can I improve by one percent today?" This book is definitely a must-read.
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Dr. Cassandra Hawkins, a bibliophile, shares her love for reading with the world from the confines of her Mississippi home.
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When I was going though my divorce, I started reading authors, whom I knew nothing about and discovered J. California Cooper. The book that helped me the most was "A Piece of Mine." Filled with life lessons, this book gives you a sense of peace in each short story and brings new and different light to your life experiences. Check out my review of the book. What book helped you through a tough time?
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