Self-Help – YOUR Heart & Mind: Your Greatest Decisions

YOUR Heart & MindYOUR Heart & Mind: Your Greatest Decisions
By C.J. Maritz
Published: April 2015
ISBN: 978-1511612302
Genre: Self-Help, Inspirational
Formats Available For Review: pdf, epub, mobi

A reader-friendly self-help guide rated 5 stars by Readers’ Favorite. This thought-provoking book is about the choices and opportunities inherent in the human condition.

You, and your life, are the products of decisions made in the past. You made some of those decisions, and some were made by others. The effect of poor decisions would have compounded and diminished your greatness and state of your life.

In order to improve your experience of your life, you should focus on those decisions that are within your control. Your decisions on time, loyalty, reinvention, support, willingness, simplicity and other aspects can radically improve you and your life experience. You want to steer yourself in the direction that satisfies your heart and mind, and ensures contentment.

The book’s messages are to the point, impactful and powerful. The book is the second in the series. The first book is “YOUR Heart & Mind: 11 Tools To Improve Your State of Being, for Yourself & Others”.

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