Official Review: Create the Life You Want

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Re: Official Review: Create the Life You Want

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Everyone needs this book. Definitely worth reading it.
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Post by Katlinnicole98 »

This book definitely is a good book to read This does sound like an engaging guidebook that’s been thoughtfully compiled and organized accordingly. So many of the mentioned facets are true building blocks that we all need in our lives in order to feel fulfilled. Thank you for providing such a amazing guidebook
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We realize that the only thing we need in our life is health and love after we achieve all our dreams. I think that is what this book teaches us. Great review!
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Wow.... That's the spirit of life.You can do anything in life. Basically I love it the way it express awesomely and full of energetic way. In the sense it itself says that how you treat your life to be in an extraordinary way, that's it
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I hope readers younger than 40 can also read this book, because I would to read it.
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Nice to see a book that takes age into account. So often these self-advancement books have a dewy fresh feel to them, for example: "Step One, construct your resume..." Thanks for bringing this book to my attention.
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Post by BellAJoEb »

This book being a short read, made it brief and without depth. On one hand, most people will love inspirational books that comes in the form of a guidebook like this. But on the other hand, one has to deal with some of the disadvantages comes with briefness, being in the form of indepth of subject matter.
Thank for your in depth review.
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A short book on self help would be refreshing. Some self help books are so long, with so much information that it can be overwhelming to get through. Thanks for being so thorough in your review, I'm usually very wary of self help books but it sounds like this one would be well worth my time.
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Thank you for a great review. This is a must read for me because I love self help books.
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These are areas that need to be focused on. I really believe that everyone should have this guidebook to help through alot of things in life.
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Not only do the contents of this book seem quite inspirational and motivational, but also the fact that the author himself does not fall into the orthodoxy of society which entails that: marriage and success have to happen at a young age, otherwise it's too late.
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This sounds like a great read and it's brevity makes it sound very accessible. I definitely appreciate the fact the author found his success later in life so it's never too late.
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Wow, I like the inspiration in this book. Truly, no matter how old we are, we should never stop hoping. It also eases the normal pressure of wanting to succeed at a younger age because of peers. Thanks for this awesome review. Good job!
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Post by Josephe-Anne »

I agree that we live in such a youth-centered world. We are expected to reach certain milestones by a certain age, and anyone who doesn't is criticized. I believe I would like to read this book for some encouragement.

Thank you so much for an excellent review!
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I like inspirational materials and it seems this one is at the top of the pile. Thank you for a concise review
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