A rich mind nourished with positive thoughts, learning, and encouragement can indeed reap rich rewards, writes dynamic author Valorie Burton as she offers 52 simple but powerful ways to enrich your everyday life and do those things that will bring you the rewards you so richly deserve, such as:
Valorie Burton is a personal life coach and motivational speaker, and the author of Listen to Your Life, What’s Really Holding You Back, Why Not You? and Rich Minds, Rich Rewards. She has served clients in more than thirty states… More about Valorie Burton
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Published by Villard Dec 19, 2001| 192 Pages| ISBN 9781588360717
Q: Why did you write this book? A: After I had the epiphany about my life purpose that I described in the introduction, I thought and prayed about what type of first book to write. I felt led to write an easy-to-read, inspiring guide to living a more fulfilling life that was geared toward people from all walks of life.
Q: What is your writing process? A: When I write, I imagine that I am writing to a friend. It makes the process more relaxed, and, hopefully, the reader feels that I am writing directly to him or her. I wrote the entire book in longhand. I find that the words flow more easily for me when I write with pen and paper rather than at a computer. Also, I want to be used as a vessel to deliver messages of divine inspiration. So each time I sat down to write the mini-chapters for Rich Minds, Rich Rewards, I prayed for wisdom and that I would write words touching readers in such a way that they would feel empowered to make positive changes in their lives.
Q: Who inspires you the most and why? A: God inspires me most because the abundance of His grace and blessings never ceases to amaze me. I am also inspired by everyday people who make their mark on the world by making a positive difference in the lives of others and by those who have the courage to live their dreams. Q: What is next for you? Are you writing another book? A: I am writing my second book now. It’s called Shifting out of Overdrive. It is about slowing down, finding joy, and doing the things that matter most. I believe it will strike a chord with a lot of people.
Q: You are a Life Enrichment Specialist. What is that exactly? A: Through my workshops, speaking engagements, website, articles, and books, I teach people simple yet powerful ways to enrich their lives. “Life Enrichment Specialist” seems the best way to describe what I do.