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Ten -- How Would You Rate Your Life? by Terry A Smith

Monday, January 2, 2012
On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your life a 6, maybe a 7? Not bad. But what if you were told that living a TEN was possible? Would you go for it? Would you risk doing things differently and looking at life differently in order to achieve it? Terry Smith, in this new release, offers you a pathway to level-TEN living! All of us desire a better life than we have now, whether we are in the depths of despair or riding the crest of a wave of success. We all want more more fulfillment, more joy, more satisfaction, more significance. TEN will challenge you to: Partner with God in the fulfillment of your own destiny Define your circles of change and watch what happens Imagine audaciously Act to make ideas become reality Discover the essential bond between getting better at your life and helping others get better at theirs.

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Looking for inspiration?  Author Terry A. Smith will provide the reader with multiple ways to improve his/her life and reach optimal happiness.  The author will remind the reader that God is always looking out for him/her and ready to catch you when you fall.  A program is provided to the reader to maximize his/her life to a TEN.  The steps are not hard and do not require a drastic change in one's lifestyle.  The steps range from "wake up to the preferred future that is within you" and "accept the call to get started living the more and better life you were intended to live." 

Personal stories as well as historical facts are provided to support the program and provide guidance and inspiration to the reader.  The applicable knowledge will make a TEN lifestyle seem much more reachable to the reader.  The author provides his own TEN story that will make the reader believe in him more and see him as someone who has researched this TEN life he writes about.  The steps are split into easily navigable chapters that outline the step and provide support very clearly.  This book is a great read for the religious and/or adults trying to improve their lives. 

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  1. Kathy S said...:

    I don't usually like self-help books, but that one sounds really interesting. I like it when the author shares his own story as well.