What do you get when 101 self-improvement experts cross? You get quick, short, and easy-to-understand 101 great ways to improve your life. Featuring Dr. John Gray, bestselling author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus; Jack Canfield, co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul books; Dr. Richard Carlson, Bob Proctor, Alan Cohen, plus many other leading experts, including Shirley Cheng.
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What do you get when 101 self-improvement experts cross? You get quick, short, and easy-to-understand 101 great ways to improve your life.
Featuring Dr. John Gray, bestselling author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus; Jack Canfield, co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul books; Dr. Richard Carlson, Bob Proctor, Alan Cohen, plus many other leading experts, including Shirley Cheng.
We can all reach our dreams. We can all soar. It's just that sometimes we need help getting off the ground. In Volume 2 of the 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life series, our experts disclose success secrets on achieving your ideal life, maintaining mind-body balance, dealing with difficult people, and countless other important topics. Self-improvement is a journey that never ends. This book will make that journey a bit easier for you.
How would you like to achieve spiritual affinity and ultimately the success an fulfillment that come with it? Discover how you can hold hands with the world in Shirley's chapter, "Dance with Your Heart: How to Befriend Your Heart and the World Around You", which gently teaches you how to connect with yourself, then with others around you.
Discover how to:
Achieve spiritual connection and fulfillment with yourself and others
Find a satisfying career
Improve your health naturally
Get out of debt
Age with style
Have a happy and fulfilling relationship
Plus 94 other great ways to improve your life
ISBN: 0974567272, Trade Paperback, 416 pages
"...Volume 2 of 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life has valuable insights, action plans and examples to help you find your path and follow it successfully and joyfully. Volume 2 exceeds Volume 1 in diversity of subjects, helpfulness of advice, interesting storie
Donald also wrote (in his Amazon review): "Lest you think that the best writing is by the
best-known authors, the best written piece in the book is by Shirley Cheng, whose work you may not know yet. . . but you should. The title? Dance with Your Heart: How to Befriend Your Heart and the World around You."
"Shirley Cheng's chapter entitled 'Dance With Your Heart: How To Befriend Your Heart And The World Around You' is my favorite. She provides clear guidelines on how to not only dance with your heart but on how to become a dancing heart. It is a beautiful and instructive chapter written by this young woman who is a blind and physically disabled poet and author. ," commented Dr. Alan Gettis, author of The Happiness Solution and Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up.
"Shirley Cheng has written a beautiful piece that goes straight to your heart. She expertly offers seven tips on how to bring more peace and love to your life, and teaches you how to make friends with your heart. What a joy to read! Dance with Your Heart is a treasure and will teach you how to live positively. In fact, the entire book is filled with articles that will help you find your way to peace, joy, prosperity and love. This one is not to be missed. If you follow Shirley's advice, it will indeed lead you to joy. Absolutely!" wrote Katharine Giovanni, speaker, consultant, concierge training expert, and author of The Concierge Manual
"An extraordinary book. Highly recommended," commented Christina Francine for Reviewer's Bookwatch on Midwest Book review
Dr. Shirley Cheng (b. 1983), a blind and physically disabled award-winning author with 27 book awards, Summa Cum Laude (Highest Honor) graduate with Doctor of Divinity, motivational speaker, self-empowerment expert, poet, author and contributor to 32 books, has had severe juvenile rheumatoid arthritis since infancy. Owing to years of hospitalization, she received no education until age 11. However, she mastered grade level in all areas after about 180 days of special education in elementary school and entered regular sixth grade in middle school. After a successful eye surgery, Shirley hopes to earn multiple science doctorates from Harvard University.