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An oyster can’t produce a pearl without first suffering from a grain of sand.
Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now! is the instruction manual for how to turn your own grains of sand into luminous, magnificent pearls.
Bringing together New York Times bestselling authors Jack Canfield, Marci Shimoff, Janet Bray Attwood and Chris Attwood, along with some of the best and brightest up and coming self-help gurus, Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now! offers an eclectic mix of suggestions for transforming your life immediately.
Every chapter contains a fresh idea for a positive life change, and each is as diverse as the cast of authors who have come together to create this unique book. From suggestions on how to listen to your inner guidance to finding and following your passion, Pearls of Wisdom combines traditional and new techniques, affirmations, insights, meditations, and perspectives to help lead you out of the struggles of day-to-day existence and into a higher, more enlightened life.
For anyone who has thought, “Am I really living the best life possible?” Pearls of Wisdom grants the answer, straight from the masters of self-help and inspiration themselves!
List of contributing authors: Jack Canfield * Chris Attwood and Janet Bray Attwood * Marci Shimoff * Barnet Bain * Kelle Sutliff * Renee Baribeau * Chantal Herman * Asia Voight * Wendy Beyer * Siobhan Coulter * Sheila Pearl * Susan Barker * Glenyce Hughes * Robert Evans * Glenn Groves * Leslie Gunterson * Kimberly Burnham * Liz Byrne * Tami Gulland * Susan McMillin * Debra Hanes * Stephanie Bennett Vogt * Lisa Merrai Labon * Patricia Cohen * Craig Meriwether * Marcelle Charrois * Michelle Manning-Kogler * Stacy Goforth * Jacob Nordby * Tim Anstett * Randy Davila
“Sometimes inspirations occur without our even seeming to ask for them.
Other times, we have to ask…then create the quiet space within which to receive them.”
Chicken Soup for the Soul co-creator Jack Canfield
“Most people aren’t in the habit of taking good care of themselves and honoring their own needs. Luckily, beginning that process is actually quite simple: you start by becoming aware of those needs.
Three times a day, stop what you’re doing and ask yourself, ‘What’s the most loving thing I can do for myself right now?’
Then pay very close attention to the answer.”
- New York Times best-selling author, Marci Shimoff
“What you love and God’s will for you is one and the same.
What this means is that the universe doesn’t play tricks. It’s
not a mistake that you love the things you do. By consistently
choosing in favor of your passions, you will find that you will
naturally have the courage you need to live a fulfilled,
successful life, one step or one huge leap at a time.”
— Janet Bray Attwood & Chris Attwood