“The Secrets To Living A Fantastic Life”: Book of the Day

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Wow!

On July 28, 2020, The Secrets To Living A Fantastic Life, was featured as the Book of the Day by OnlineBookClub.org.

As a result, there are hundreds of comments on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook. I am beyond honoured and thankful.

Today, I’d like to share some of my favourite reviews with you. 

What Readers On Twitter Are Saying…

Ri knocked it out of the park here. Harriet and I wrote the book intentionally. We wanted the book to be conversational; allowing the reader to feel like they are sitting with friends. Therefore, the lessons are digestible moments for the readers to reflect and learn from.  

When we started writing the book, our goal was to help people struggling. Above all, we wanted readers to know they have a fantastic life worth living! Then, without warning a Global Pandemic strikes. However, the 13 Golden Pearls we discuss helped us release the book despite the pandemic!

Linnea hits the nail on the head, we could all use some pearls of wisdom right about now! 

Stephanie reminds me AGAIN that our book came out at the right time.  

What Readers On Facebook Are Saying…

“Real and Raw;” I don’t think you could describe Harriet and myself better than that. It was important to us to keep the book as real as possible. Often, self-help books are written with rose coloured glasses. However, ours had to be written with realistic ones.  

The real and raw comes from here. We dig deep into our personal stories and flaws. If a person wants to grow, they have to look inward and be honest about the good, the bad and the ugly.

This review made me feel amazing. The Secrets To Living A Fantastic Life is an inspirational book and I hope you will be inspired after reading it! I don’t wish the trauma Harriet and I faced upon anyone. However, I do hope you can learn from our pearls of wisdom. This book is meant to help you live a happier and more fulfilled life. 

Joseph speaks my language! Socrates once said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” However, I’d like to reframe that (as all lives are worth living!). For instance, I would say, all lives become works of art and are worth living.  

This is how I felt reading all of your reviews! As a result, the joy everyone felt reading the book was transferred back to me, when I read the reviews! Thank you, thank you, thank you! 

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What an amazing day! Harriet and I are humbled and grateful.

If you haven’t got your hands on a copy of it yet, please check it out here. 

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