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Reviewed by Arya Fomonyuy for Readers' Favorite
Make Life Your Business by James Peterson introduces a very new concept in the area of personal development, self-care, and business — the idea that we can actually develop a business attitude towards life. But how is that? How can we make life our business? As I started reading this book, I became painfully aware that most of us invest a lot of energy, emotions, intelligence, and hard work into transforming our businesses much more than we do in connecting with ourselves, and this creates a lot of imbalances that lead to stress in our lives. This book offers a stunning antidote to the question of finding a balance between life and business, and offers strategies and tools that will help readers create space for personal growth which boosts their effectiveness in business and drives success.
In this book, readers will understand where they need to focus and how to make decisions that can transform their lives and business. The author writes with limpidity and eloquence, sharing insights and wisdom — his hard-won wisdom — with readers and showing them that personal change is possible, that it is necessary, and that it can alter their personal and business lives incredibly. I enjoyed the light tone, the clarity in language and expression, and the appealing voice. James Peterson is a great writer and he knows how to communicate his ideas in a way that ordinary readers can appreciate. Make Life Your Business is one of the best self-help and motivational books I have read this year and I won’t hesitate to recommend it to anyone seeking wisdom, happiness, and meaning.