Pearls of Wisdom By Jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff, Chris and Janet Attwood, et al.

Pearls of Wisdom is easy to read but the ideas it contains are potent.

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Bite sized inspiration

Published by: Jaico Books
ISBN: 8184953844
Pages: 203
Price: INR 195

Trust Jack Canfield, the master of anthologies, to bring another compiled masterpiece. If you’re low on inspiration, this collection of 30 inspirational essays will get you right back on track. The ideas are fresh and what adds to the magic is that many of them are based on true stories. The sheer variety of ideas makes this book worth a read—at least one of them will work for you.

What makes the book click is that every chapter is written in first person by some of the best up-and-coming self-help authors of our era. Many of them have overcome unbelievable odds in life themselves, and they all speak from experience.

Although there are many gems in Pearls of Wisdom, my pick is “Trust your body’s intuition.” Asia Voight met with a near fatal accident and was told by an expert neurologist that she will never walk. She was devastated by what she heard but something in her said the doctor was wrong. Using her body’s signals as guidance, Asia began walking within three weeks of that prognosis.

Apart from inspiring true stories and anecdotes, you will learn new ideas, techniques and practices that are designed to help you live a richer, fuller life. Pearls of Wisdom is easy to read but the ideas it contains are potent.

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