Spring Break hasn't started all that well...the refrigerator stopped working (dead as a door nail!)...and spring breezes blew in a sinus headache which kept me from attending a wedding I really wanted to see. So, if I am going to put a positive spin on this (the refrigerator part will take two weeks to arrive)...less cooking, less grocery shopping, not feeling great equals more time for reading!!
VIVA EDITIONS sent me this book to review...What Would You Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?: How to Transform Fear into Courage by co-authors Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons.
It is an inspiring, hands-on courage workbook with stories of those who have grown courageous through difficulties, challenges, and facing specific fears.
On of my favorite quotes is at the end, "Sometimes we ascribe extraordinary talent or luck to people who achieve superstardom or fabulous wealth. Actually, in many cases, it has more to do with motivation and drive than with good fortune. Horatio Alger was a 19th-century American author who wrote "rags to riches" stories. This scenario, which has fueled so many success stories of the American Dream, is accessible to us even in recessionary times. All it takes is a positive attitude and the courage to make it happen."
This book is jam-packed full of great information, inspiration, and key steps to take if you need a huge dose of courage to move forward.
Find it HERE! Then tell us what you are reading right now!