Are you living the life you were created for?

Is your life FILLED with, health, energy, wealth, joy and free time?

Then today is the day YOU start to create your Perfect Lifestyle. 
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we’re in the business of waking people up to the world of infinite possibilities that lie within their reach.The purpose of the order are study, investigation and practical application of natural and scientific laws to enable men and women to live in harmony with creative, constructive principles or laws of the universe for the attainments of HEALTHWEALTH and HAPPINESS. Enhance success, wealth, health and love with a free sample Elements of Feng Shui reading from Astrology.com!

Oli Hille is living his dream life and by writing "Creating the Perfect Lifestyle" he shares all his secrets. Do you want to experience more hope, be healthy mentally, improve your relationship, have more fun or even help to eradicate poverty? This book also has the answers to many of your questions. This book covers everything from goal setting to having a better relationship with your Creator. Oli Hille also offers advice on how to have the perfect day.

Some of the book focuses on how to organize your life and explains how goal setting should be a priority. There is also a great chapter on how to have a better life by not watching TV. I can say from personal experience that the author is correct about this. I don't miss the stress of watching the news! I get my news online and can pick and choose what I want to know.

While Olie Hille has some good financial advice he also has some great advice about finding the right partner for life. He also includes a chapter on raising kids. Some of the other things he covers includes saving for retirement and how to overcome fear and combat stress. He also explains the power of positive affirmations.

First of all, Oli Hille is an ordinary man - a very impressive, very personally successful ordinary man - and because he does not fill the pages of his book with platitudes and track records of how many speaking engagements he has made and how many 'converts' he has to his way of thinking have been created, he is an ordinary man. He shares. And that is the best way to phrase what he does. He gives us enough personal information to see why he has arrived at the changes he has made and that simple fact offers proof that we can emulate his ideas and make them our own.

Hille's premise is that we CAN create the lifestyle we want if we set goals, make lists of these goals and how we plan to achieve them, follow the lists with a diary and grow into the lifestyle we desire. He is not so goody two shoes to indicate that there will be sacrifices on our journey to having what we want, and it is this sort of honesty that keeps us by his side. He suggests we create goals addressing ten aspects of living that when combined offer the fully realized lifestyle we desire: Income, Health/Exercise, Relationships, Career, Personal Interests, Creative, Spiritual, Investment, Educational, and Contributing/Giving. 

"This book is a must. It is a game changer. Over the last 2 years I have read just under 200 books on self help, psychology and business. Oli's book is the central station of all great things included. You will be amazed at the golden nuggets you will discover in this phenomenal book. Seriously, buy it now. Click here for"Creating the Perfect Lifestyle - CS Lewis, Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Rick Warren (Tony Robbins, Oprah Winfrey, Joyce Meyer, ... Lewis, Anthony Robbins, Oprah, Rick Warren)

Any child can be motivated to learn.

"If he only would apply himself..."

"She can do it if she puts her mind to it."

"He just doesn't seem to care."

"She's just not trying."

Motivation is the key to learning. But very few parents and teachers have an effective arsenal of techniques at their disposal. Enter educator and acclaimed author Rick Lavoie, who arms all those who deal with children with proven, effective tools and strategies they can use to encourage any child to learn and achieve success.

The Motivation Breakthrough: 6 Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child This is a book that is similar to the ones about learning style, personality types, and "love languages." It follows the same pattern. It discusses the importance of finding out the strengths, likes and dislikes of kids, how they interact with other people and with the information they are given in school. It talks about what motivates different people, and how to tell what motivates certain children, so that you can use that to encourage compliance and participation. It is not written in highly technical language. So it is parent friendly. I had a tough time with the first 3 chapters. I didn't think the author was ever going to stop talking about himself! Also, he had one example in the 1st three chapters that I found disturbing, and it hung over the rest of the reading. He goes on and on about how important it is to find what motivates adults and children to change. I mean on and on. Then he goes into an example of a teacher who would take recess away for a student. He has a talk with her. She doesn't change. So he just writes in the special education plan that the teacher can't take away recess for the student anymore. Now, I agree with the idea that taking away recess is ineffective. But, if he tried to find out what motivated the teacher, and tried to do something to bring about a change (thereby keeping her from doing it to another student) he obviously failed. So did he try other things that didn't work? Or did he just not trust his own concepts enough to try them? It seems like that situation should have been used to back up his idea on how this whole concept works. Or just leave it out of the book. Because, as I read the rest of the book, I kept wondering if I could trust it to work if he didn't (or if he did, he didn't include how he tried it in this example.) Overall, the book has some good ways to find out what motivates a child, and then gives ideas on how to use that information to help the child reach their potential. Get your copy now

Steve Chandler is one of America's best-selling authors whose dozens of books--including the best-sellers 100 Ways to Motivate Others, 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, The Hands-Off Manager, and Reinventing Yourself--have been translated into more than 25 languages, with best-sellers in China and Japan. He is also a world-famous public speaker who has been a guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows. Chandler has been a guest lecturer at the University of Santa Monica where he teaches in the graduate program of soul-centered leadership. He has been a trainer and consultant to more than 30 Fortune 500 companies worldwide.

Winner of the Golden Play Button Award for Best Business Audio of 1996. Chandler doesn't give you a pep talk or a gut-check...he explains the nature of achievement. He doesn't merely give you encouragement, he gives you options. An example of the difference between encouragement and options is Chandler's response to a man who came up to him at a seminar and said, "My problem is that I never seem to finish anything...." The man wanted Chandler to give him some "affirmations" to alter his "belief system." Chandler responded," Do you think affirmations are what you need? If you had to learn how to use a computer, could you do it by sitting on a couch and repeating, 'I am great at using a computer...'?" Chandler then said, "The way to change your belief system is to change the truth about you...."[brought to you by HighBridge Audio]. -- Dale Dauten, Star Tribune, March 19, 1997 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, Third Edition: Change Your Life Forever


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