Has a book changed your life?

95 responses to “Has a book changed your life?”

  1. My name is Suzan Yumerova.
    I am Turkish, and I was born and grew up in Bulgaria. I graduated from University as a mechanical engineer. I worked as an executive. Then I married and in 2009 came to Berlin. After two years I was with a child on the street, without money, and without knowing the German language. I had many questions about life and its meaning. I started searching and I found a video, where Wolfgang Sonnenburg was explaining the law of attraction.
    #WolgangSonnenburg is a Purpose Hacker, Expert in intrinsic motivation, Coach, Speaker, and Founder of the Winspiration Movement.
    I searched the loa in English and found the film” The secret”(It is also a book). I saw Bob Proctor.
    #BobProctor is a Legend, a Personal development guru,
    Bestselling author, business consultant, entrepreneur, and life mentor expert on the human mind and potential. A leader in the power of positive thinking and self-motivation.
    I was inspired by Bob Proctor and Wolfgang Sonnenburg. They became my heroes. I decided that if I work someday in Berlin it would be with both my heroes. I did not know how but I knew I am going to make this happen. After that, I began to learn and prepare. After 5 years I got the following certificates: Quality, Finance, and Project manager Train the trainer, Manager, Personal and business coach. Also, I improved my language skills in English and German by #Berlitz. In October 2016 I read online that my heroes are coming to Frankfurt am Main. I went there only to ask them to work together.
    It was an incredible time during the Goal Achiever Seminar. After that, I began to live the life of my dreams -working together with them.
    On 7 December, I met #AlineBanon and #LindaProctor and they became my business Partner.
    She is a Network marketing professional and a Top earner in Europe.
    Linda Proctor is the wife of Bob PROCTOR and she is a successful businesswoman.
    Now, Bob Proctor (RIP Bob), Linda Proctor, Wolfgang Sonnenberg, and Aline Banon helping people achieve their life goals on Mindset, Health, Wealth, Happiness, Teamwork, and Community and supporting people to go for a better Life.
    We are expanding our movement and promoting a healthy, happy, and wealthy lifestyle- a #LiveUnlimited.

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    1. wow what a interesting life story

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    2. Loved your story of inspiration! Thanks for sharing

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  2. We’re one-third of the way through Bloganuary, guys!

    Bloganuary – Books, How Do I Love Thee

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  3. […] Bloganuary – Day 10. Has a book changed your […]

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  4. Who run the world? Answer in today’s #bloganuary:

    Come on, editors! Come on, editors!

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  5. Let me share with you all the book that took me from a shy, vulnerable girl to confident, successful woman https://whispersofaphoenix.com/2023/01/10/bloganuary-day-10-has-a-book-changed-your-life/

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  6. Good afternoon,
    Knowledge is power, would you not agree? Here’s my contribution for today’s topic..

    Bloganuary, Jan 10th 2023


    Have a lovely evening!!

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  7. […] I said in yesterday’s post, I’m not a book reader. The last book I read was about an entrepreneur last year. I’ve read biographies and […]

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  8. […] Today’s prompt: Has a book changed your聽life? […]

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  9. Bloganuary 2023: Jan 10.

    Here’s my reply to today’s prompt.

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  10. There are many books that I can consider have changed my life, from my first Brer Rabbit to Stephen King’s The Stand, as far as reading for pleasure goes it is the being taken on a magic carpet ride, like Aladdin or climbing a beanstock with Jack, MAGIC for me the fascination with Faerie Tales happened with The Margaret Tarrant Book of Fairy Tales. I loved that book so much I was grief stricken when it was given to other children in my family and I never saw it again – it had done it’s job though, Grimm’s Faerie Tales WOW none of this sanitised ‘they lived happily ever after’ now there are tales to get our teeth into! Not just wee stories but reflections of starvation, famines, wars, child killers and greedy people in power over other people. The use of the mind besting brutality. Ah what a tale can tell, is deeper that is what meta is for.

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  11. I don鈥檛 read enough.

    Here鈥檚 to more books in 2023.

    People must聽be amuthed

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  12. Yes, absolutely! It’s a book I recommend to anyone new I meet:

    Bloganuary 10, 2023: Has a book changed your life?

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  13. So many books, but I鈥檓 going to narrow my choice to one (and a couple of honorable mentions).

    See How She Sparkles

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    1. Only a few have managed to round it down to one. Good on you. Think it is a challenge to follow some of the prompts. Cheers

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      1. Thanks! 馃槉 Yes, some of the prompts are a real challenge.

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  14. Has a book changed my life? Just one? No.

    Has a book changed your life?

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  15. 馃コhttps://artfulembroidery.blog/2023/01/10/bloganuary-has-a-book-changed-your-life/

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  16. Sorry 鈥 not much to see here!

    Bloganuary #10

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  17. I absolutely love reading.

    Here is my post for today, A Book That Changed My Life:

    https://ericarobbin.com/a-book-that-changed-my-life/

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  18. […] is day ten of the WordPress #Bloganuary […]

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    Tetyana Skrypkina

    This is my blog post on a book that changed my life.

    https://teachingisfun.net/bloganuary-day-10/

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  20. […] Note: The Bloganuary prompt for 10 January 2023 is Has a book changed your life? I’m going to twist this prompt slightly and share what book […]

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  21. Life changing books 馃巿

    Shadowfax

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  22. In a word ‘no’ but there have been many books that have had an impact on my life.

    Has a book changed your聽life? Bloganuary 10

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  23. Here’s my contribution. Hope you’re gonna like it

    Has a book changed your life?

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  24. Wow! I never knew a Tuesday could cause so much trouble! However, I survived and here is the piece I started much earlier today.

    The Written Word, Fading Away?

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  25. How do I change as a person? Reflecting on books and changing my life. A few of my favorite books are mentioned here.

    Books That Change Lives

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  26. Ever wanted to write to get buy in from your audience. The Narrative Construction of Reality by Jerome Bruner is where it鈥檚 at. This 21 page document is a game changer. Hard to read but once you get your head around it you will have plenty of 鈥榓h ha鈥 moments that will inform the way you share narrative.

    Bloganuary 10 2023 – Has a book changed your life

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  27. There is a book that is the guiding thread of my story, precisely because it inspires me and inspires the visual aesthetics of the site.

    https://josivandroavelar.com.br/quando-um-livro-te-define/

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  28. Erich Maria Remarque’s book, All Quiet on the Western Front had a deep impact on me. His depiction of life on the front lines of World War I shattered all romantic preconceptions of war and heroes.

    All Quiet On The Western Front

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  31. […] to get me going for January, Bloganuary.  Day 10: Has a book changed […]

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  32. For today’s Bloganuary, I look back on how E.L. James’s heroine Anastasia Steele inspired me to go to college! Check it out, here: https://kaylcastle.com/2023/01/10/bloganuary-10-the-book-that-changed-my-life/

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  33. I share two books that have impacted my life and my January book stack.

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  34. I would like to share about “Has A Book Change Life” in this link https://nabilapar.wordpress.com/2023/01/11/has-a-book-change-your-life/

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  35. […] various stages in my life, books that I have read and some that I recently discovered have impacted and shaped my life; including my […]

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  36. […] Day 10 prompt is: Has a book changed your life? […]

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  37. I am not a daily reader, and not even a weekend reader. Sometimes I read while traveling, sometimes in my garden or while picnic-ing on a Sunday. If there鈥檚 something very interesting that I am reading, I tend to finish it faster. Earlier I would feel guilty about starting and not finishing books. Now I treat them like any other content I consume. I鈥檝e skipped through YouTube videos, movie, songs, podcasts without feeling an ounce of guilt, so I started looking at books with the same lens. And however counter-intuitive it may seem, this has given me a great sense of freedom and definitely improved my relationship with my black and white bounded friends.

    Grey Area – Bloganuary 2023

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  38. Late to the party. Books post.

    Books

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  39. Yes, all of them, even the books I don’t remember.

    The first book I loved was “The Little Engine That Could.” It was my favorite bedtime story. My mother once tried to convince me to choose another story for her to read, but I became Little Blue Engine chugging away, steadfastly keeping the course up the mountain, refusing all other stories until my mother gave in and read it. I finally understood her point of view after I had children and had to read “Green Eggs and Ham” a bajillion trillion times.

    Grandma Olive believed in books. She was a teacher and gave us books for birthdays and Christmas. She was also the organist and choir director at the Presbyterian Church, so the books usually had a religious theme. She lived eight hours away, and I think she suspected my parents were lackadaisical in the religious education of her grandchildren. She was right to be suspicious. Before every trip up north, my mother reminded us not to mention that we only went to church when we visited Grandma Olive. But I liked those children’s Bible stories too. On Sunday mornings while my parents slept in, my sisters and I created a circle of books by opening them, standing them on edge, and lining them up cover to cover. We climbed inside, pretending we were “Three Men in a Tub,” and recited the Mother Goose rhyme. Then because it was Sunday, I read Bible stories to my sisters, secretly hoping Grandma Olive could sense our piety. To read more: https://writingnearthelake.org/2023/01/11/bloganuary-post-for-january-10-has-a-book-changed-your-life/

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  40. Buongiorno, segue o meu post-tema para esse #bloganuary

    O primeiro livro. A 煤ltima livraria de rua

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  41. Has a book changed my life?
    Interesting. I can think of many books where I learned valuable lessons and allow me to see the world in a different light. Most of those books are either self help or business books. Two I have off the top of my head are 鈥 Success is a Choice鈥 by Rick Pitino and a biography on Warren Buffet. Any book by Matthew Kelly makes me a better person in faith. One thing they all have in common is not to be afraid of making mistakes and using those mistakes as stepping stones heading in the right direction. I use many of Mr Buffet鈥檚 philosophy in my classroom when teaching time management.

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  42. So many great books! I love it when the right book comes into your life just when you need it. They鈥檙e the ones we tend to hold onto 馃槉

    Bloganuary Day 10: Has a book changed your life?

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  43. Bloganuary Day # 10 – The Book That Changed My Life
    There have been many, but only one changed me for time and eternity…

    Forever Changed

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