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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Profiles in Kindness: Stories of Servant Leadership and Inspiration by Paul E. Kotz is a thought-provoking and uplifting book with simple stories of everyday kindness that are inspiring and encouraging. The book is also about the author's observations and reflections, the life lessons that taught him the purposefulness of living life which helped reshape and refocus him. The book has five sections - Eye-Openers, New Insights, Inspiration, Everyday Life, and Leadership - and they give good examples of how life can be lived for the better. Everyone has a story to tell. The book is a good way to motivate readers to do something good for someone daily by being kind, learning new insights every day, and handling new situations so that they can make the world a better place to thrive and empower others.
Paul E. Kotz shares good, simple, and empowering messages that can be incorporated easily into daily life. The tips shared in Last Advice are definitely helpful to perceive life with a new eye. The book is also a good way to realize that life should not be taken for granted and the author's words help readers to reflect on life and not give up on humanity. The unexpected surprises and lessons learned from the author's personal experiences are palpable to readers and will help change lives. Profiles in Kindness creates awareness about giving back to society, bringing the community together, and helping them evolve as better human beings. The author's approach to handling a simple and relevant topic is different and fresh and makes this book a good read and one to have on the bookshelf.