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Book Review | The Undaunted Life by Robert C. David

Title: The Undaunted Life: How to Succeed No Matter What

Author: Robert C. David

My Review:

The Undaunted Life is a book to help you become richer, smarter, healthier and happier in spite of anything and everything going on in your life today. Robert David is a professional speaker, success coach and business consultant. He has over 20 years of teaching people how to become successful. He wants to teach you how to have fun and laugh along the journey of your life.

The Undaunted Life is a book to help you improve every aspect of your life. There are areas in the book that will help you address your health, your finances and your inner self. I loved that this book addressed several aspects of self improvement. Many self help books only focus on one area to improve and fall short of actually helping one improve their life. Not this one.

This book will take you back to your childhood and remind you of the things that used to bring you joy and happiness when no one else was watching you. What drove your and inspired you as a child can often be the key to unlocking success in your life.

If you are looking to develop your networking skills there is an excellent chapter with seven steps to leverage who you know. I’ve never really thought that I know a lot of people. Maybe not in person but since I started blogging two years ago I’ve definitely expanded the amount of people I interact with on a daily basis. Those of you who are in direct sales or work from home would really benefit from examining your relationships and thinking outside the box to grow your business.

The Undaunted Life was an enjoyable book to read, full of great tips and exercises to help you figure out how to make your life better and full of fun and laughter.

I received a copy of this book to review but was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own.

Erin

Erin is an Army wife and mom of two girls and one boy who lives in Utah. I love to read, blog, and be an advocate for childhood stroke survivors like her son.

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