#59: My No. 1 Book Recommendation Of The Year

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This week I’m sharing with you my No. 1 book recommendation of the year. I want to share this one special book with you, as it’s sooooo good! 

What I love about this book, is that it’s the type of book that accompanies you throughout the year. It adds a really nice focus to your year, and helps to keep you on track with an ongoing program of upliftment and growth.


It’s not just a book for reading. It’s a book for DOING. 

And as you know, I love a good practice! There’s no point reading the book and then not practicing it what it teaches. 

Along these lines, here’s a taster from the author, “Whenever we want to learn something new or want change to occur, we must consciously and consistently engage in a practice. Just as we learnt to walk, write and speak through practice, we can change ourselves at any time through its transformative power. Practice develops and transforms us, encourages discipline, and enables us to focus, facilitating change and increased awareness.” 

I started reading it a few months ago, and I was blown away by its depth and the new ways it guides me to experience and reflect upon my life.  

So if you’re ready for an inspiring and profound read, and a month by month guide to a multidimensional practice that benefits and advances your personal evolution and helps you become happier, healthier, and more effective across all areas of human experience, then you don’t want to miss this episode.

I also cover the basics for the month of January, so you can get started right away, without buying the book.

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