November 22, 2010

Review: The Gateway: Discover the Power to Create an Outrageously Prosperous and Happy Life


Have you always believed life is meant to be a joyous, exciting adventure? Have you felt that you have hidden talents and abilities just waiting to be developed? Are you ready to awaken to a beautiful future?

The Gateway is a simple, easy-to-understand book that will give you a new, optimistic vision of your potential for prosperity--of all kinds. Unlike so many other programs that focus on tangible, nonspiritual objectives, The Gateway reveals deep truths gentle but transforming lift toward your spiritual awakening.

As you follow a natural progression of action-oriented tasks, you will learn that passing through the gateway requires an internal as well as an external metamorphosis. Looking within as well as without brings forth life-changing revelations and reveals the path to ultimate joy.

Written by a prominent attorney who achieved success only after overcoming tremendous personal obstacles, this book weaves a personal story with insights learned from a lifetime of action, introspection, and learning. Including examples from the lives of well-known people, such as Andrew Carnegie, Albert Einstein, and Walt Disney, as well as the personal success stories of everyday people, The Gateway offers a view of the life you've always dreamed of living.
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I have always thought of myself as a spiritual person and even though I am in tune with this part of myself, I still strive to be a better, happier person.  This book is full of helpful tips to transform your life.  I recommend this book to anyone who is yearning for personal growth.

Greenleaf Book Group, LLC
October 1, 2010
252 pages
$14.95 US

Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book for free.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.  If you make a purchase using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.

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debbie said...

It sounds like you really liked it, I would like to read it.

Linda Kish said...

Sounds good to me.

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Sarita said...

I also think I would like this one.

Jessica said...

sounds like a great read!

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Elly said...

This sounds like it would be a good book to read if you are trying to be happier. So I want to read it! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a good read!