Book Review | Alphatudes by Michelle Wahlder
About the Book:
Alphatudesutilizes our earliest grade school victory the ABCs to achieve an even greater victory: a sustainable shift in your thinking that leads to contentment, optimism and peace of mind. An alphatude is defined as: a person, place or thing for which one alphabetically expresses gratitude.
Legendary recording artist Olivia Newton-John has graciously provided a free download of her beautiful song, Grace and Gratitude, with the purchase of this extraordinary book.
I have been through more than you can imagine, this gratitude principal I learned along the way. You have to look at what choices you make now, to see how things affect you in the future. They use words such as conscious and deliberate when we make the choice to be grateful. I know firsthand how hard that concept really is, but also how rewarding it is when you follow the concept.
It then goes in to how to use the book. I think the thing I most like where this is concerned is how they have 26 different topics to concentrate on. Whether you choose to do one each day, or one concept each week, you, within 6 months you would have a different outlook on life.
I cannot tell you which concept was the best for me personally, because each of them is important. In order for me to become the best I can be, I need all the help I can! This book will certainly help me to become that person, with the help of each of the 26 concepts. Michelle’s book is a wonderful addition to my expanding bookshelf.
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.