The Gratitude Power Workbook by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons Review

April 13, 2012

The gratitude power workbook by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons The Gratitude Power Workbook: Transform Fear into Courage, Anger into Forgiveness, Isolation into Belonging is a pretty good book. It talks about how being grateful can make you happier and can even improve your business.

Everyone wants to be happy and you probably know someone is almost always happy. If you check with them you will most likely find out(if you don’t already know) that they are grateful people.

They find beauty everywhere and are thankful for just about everything they have and anything you do for them.

The authors of this workbook says that just about everyone can train themselves to be grateful and that they will become happier if they do.

As for improving your business, customers do tend to prefer to do business with upbeat, happy people. And they also like to be thanked. Knowing that they (and thier business) are appreciated makes them much more likely to come back and do business with you again. So remember to thank them!

This book contains lots of advice and activities for improving your gratitude. It has pages for makeing notes too as you go through the excercises.

I liked it.

From the Back Cover :

Discover The Positive Power of Gratitude

No matter where you are on your life’s journey, you can open The Gratitude Power Workbook to find inspiration for change. By taking just five minutes a day with the stories, practices, meditations, exercises, and questions offered here, you’ll find yourself moving towards a happier and more fulfilling life. Like building a spiritual muscle, exercising gratitude each day will strengthen your spirit, quiet your mind, and open your heart. The Gratitude Power Workbook can be your soul’s daily companion-and one of the most important books you’ll ever own.

About The Authors :

NINA LESOWITZ is a public relations practitioner and author who has been featured on national, state, and local television and radio as well as in newspaper and magazine articles. She served as a resident expert on PBS.org in 2010. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Nina has traveled extensively throughout the world and witnessed many act of couragousness firsthand. She is the co-author of three bestselling books: The Party Girl Cookbook and, with Mary Beth Sammons, Living Life as a Thank You and The Courage Companion. Nina lives in Piedmont, California, with her husband, Martin, and two daughters.

MARY BETH SAMMONS is an award-winning journalist and author who writes about health, wellness, and reinventing your life in various print and online health and wellness sites such as AOL Health and the Chicago Tribune. She is a former bureau chief for Crain’s Chicago Business and is the author of nine books, amond them Second Acts That Change Lives: Making a Difference in the World and My Family: Collected Memories. She has recieved several industry awards, including first place from United Press International for best spot news coverage, a PR Silver Anvil Award, and an undergraduate scholarship from the Willian Randolph Hearst Foundations. She lives in teh Chicago area with the three children.

Check out my reviews of other books published by Viva Editions including The Frugal Foodie Cookbook, Girlfriends Forever, Use Your Words, The Lazy Gourmet, and Lemons And Lavender.