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New Motivational Book Review Section Added
By: Motivational Day staff Mike Shelby
Motivational Day book reviews will be classified by genre and then again by sub-topic--ensuring visitors get exactly what they are searching for. The reviews will cover motivational books for women, men, relationships, teenagers, students, teachers, business, best-sellers, top 10, audio, and much more. After they introduce a new sub-topic, visitors of the site will be granted convenient updates via blog post & twitter. In addition, staff will provide regular site wide news updates.
Each genre reviewed will display five book suggestions made by the Motivational Day staff, one of which will be their featured book of that group. After reading the initial review, visitors will be able to click on the book’s picture or title for more information regarding that work. If at any time visitors feel a certain title was omitted and should be considered for upcoming reviews, they are encouraged to send them an email for that title’s consideration.
The first sub-topic discussed in the motivational book review section is Best Motivational Books. This category is rich in well-known benchmarks such as: The Richest Man in Babylon and Think and Grow Rich, and contemporary favorites such as: The Four Agreements and The Gifts of Imperfection. George S. Clason’s Babylon shares money guidance through a tale set in ancient Babylon. Even though the story is fictitious, its rock solid principals cannot be disputed. Readers will come away with new understanding for acquiring long-term financial success.
Also suggested to readers is Think and Grow Rich, the best-selling work of Napoleon Hill. The highlights for this bestseller include: more than 20 million copies sold, and a spot on BusinesWeek Magazine’s Best-Seller List. Hills book expounds upon sixteen Laws of Success that are timeless. Think and Grow Rich came about at the request of Andrew Carnegie. The book is based on interviews with more than 500 highly successful business personalities, including Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller, and Alexander Bell among others.
Don Miguel Ruiz is the author of The Four Agreements. It has sold millions of copies and has even been featured on Oprah. Through four agreements Ruiz believes freedom and a more stress-free life can be had by finding and focusing on self-truth, self-worth, and a harmony within oneself.
Much like Think and Grow Rich, The Gifts of Imperfection shares guideposts to live by. Author Brené Brown, a leading expert on shame says some readers go through life wanting and feeling as though they’d be better off like someone else. Dr. Brown has spent the majority of her career fighting to dispel this untruth. Her message is simple: “Who and what I am is enough.” More information about these, and other motivational books can be found at http://www.motivationalday.com/
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