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“LIFE Expectancy” by William Keiper Wins Two Awards at 2012 World Book Awards
The book was named Best Business Book and Best Self-Help Book as part of the annual international literary competition.
The following is a synopsis of the book provided by its publisher: “LIFE Expectancy makes the case that many Americans do not yet fully appreciate the fact that the American economic game and the associated stakes have substantially changed over the past couple of years.
LIFE Expectancy tells the truth about the financial challenges facing Americans now and in the decades ahead and urges a new form of self-reliance as the only way to get through. The book demonstrates why it is mandatory to get started now and answers the question, "How can I be more proactive in the creation of the rest of my life?"
As the author says, "This book is for those who have decided that the continuation of the status quo cannot or will not be tolerated."
If you know it is time to become your own powerful agent of change in your own service, this is the book for you. Even if everything is going well for you at the moment, if you haven't changed your approach in a while that is a very good reason to do it. “
Links to purchase this and all other award-winning books can be found at WorldBookAwards.com
The World Book Awards Selection Committee congratulates all twelve award winners and looks forward to the 2013 World Book Awards competition.
The World Book Awards were established in order to celebrate literary excellence in every genre of the printed word. By honoring these talented and unique authors for their efforts, we hope to inspire future generations of authors to share their stories.