Okay, I’ll be straight with you – there isn’t 101 quotations in this book … there’s a whole lot more than that! 101 main quotations, sure, and with really thought-provoking comments, but while I was putting the book together lots more quotations sneaked in behind my back. You know how persistent they can be; once you hear a really interesting quotation you can’t get it out of your head. Well, seems you can’t get it out of your book either!
There’s a bit about the speakers quoted as well, for the most part, and an image, in case you’ve often wondered what Eleanor Roosevelt looked like, or Alfred, Lord Tennyson. But that’s not all … oh no, there’s much more than just the quotations here. There’s a bulging resources section featuring literally dozens of links to free goodies of all kinds.
You’ll find links to help you slim down effectively, if that’s what you want, or pack on some muscle, if that’s more to your taste. You’ll find links to thousands more quotations, and tips to improve your writing (if you’re a writer … or even if you just write sometimes, y’know, like emails and such). You’ll find ways to increase your confidence, improve your memory, and learn a new language (without all the classroom stuff that just gets in the way).
There are links here to literally hundreds of free courses, on all kinds of subjects, and tips to help you actually reach your goals instead of just re-arranging their positions on your to-do list. Speaking of goals, if you’ve ever used affirmations and found them less effective than you’d hoped, you’ll find ways to turbo-boost them here. And if your English needs polishing up, you’ll be spoilt for choice with all the language resources, such as spelling and grammar tips, vocabulary builders, explanations of the differences between commonly confused words, etc.
You might have heard of Stephen King … he knows a bit about writing … you’ll find a link to many of his tips for writers right here, and there’s even a risky writing app that will help you get unstuck from writer’s block … if you stop writing, you lose what you’ve written! Oops … that’ll teach ya! That should put paid to your inability to get your thoughts down on paper (or on screen).
There’s all kinds of things in this section, even including tips on how to be more prosperous and how to improve your website (if you have one, or how to create one if you haven’t).
You’ll find this book useful in so many ways, and you’ll refer to it again and again. And there 101 Inspiring Quotations to keep you motivated and feeling positive, did I mention that??
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I love exercise! I know most people can’t be bothered with it, or do it grudgingly, but I really love it. I feel most alive when I’m doing something physical. Unfortunately, a few health problems have made me slow down a bit in recent years, but I’m still eager to give it a go!
I have a memory improvement website that I put together because I have memory problems myself and I wanted to see if I could gather together all the resources for memory improvement, both for myself and for visitors to the website. I’ve written for magazines, newspapers and local radio, but nowadays I write mostly for my website and my blog.