The 5 Keys to the Great Life

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The brother and sister team of Bryan and White have put together a short, easy-to-read guide to finding your way to a better life. Lots of books promise that, many don’t have enough structure or are so narrow in their focus that the average person can’t find much help. The 5 Keys to the Great Life doesn’t have either of those flaws. By using current examples from TV and movies to outline their thesis that, unless you know where you want to go, it is impossible to get there. Though a series of exercises, the authors help you determine the areas of your life you are satisfied with and the ones you want to change, your values that keep you grounded, and the boundaries you need between yourself and others.

The practical aspects of The 5 Keys can probably help many readers interested in going through the exercises to find a new road map for themselves. The authors use examples from their own lives to illustrate the points they are making and explaining the journey they were on getting to the creation of their book. The only flaw is the element of the Divine Matrix and a pseudo-scientific argument for a universal energy field and quantum physics justifying the belief that thought can change reality a la The Secret. One’s thoughts can change one’s reality – with determination and hard work. Without that section, the practical aspects of organizing your goals and values in a quest to find changes that improve your life and that of the people around you still stand on their own.

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Star Count 4/5
Page Count 158 pages
Publisher R2 Media Group
Publish Date 01-May-2009
ISBN Buy this Book
Issue November 2009
Category Self-Help


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