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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
Do you often feel you are stuck in your life and wish you could make a difference for yourself? Then The 5 Star Points for Success by Jacqueline Oya Thomas might be just the right book for you. In this self-help book, you will learn how you can work on the five different areas that have an influence on your success and happiness. They are: mind, body, spirit, emotions and environment. The book explains why it is important that you work on all five star points, and gives you good instructions on what you can do to make a difference in each area.
I found The 5 Star Points for Success by Jacqueline Oya Thomas to be a really well-balanced book. It is not an incredibly long read, but that is a positive point. Many self-help books just go on and on and on without ever getting to the point. Jacqueline Oya Thomas has found a good balance of mixing her own experiences with helpful advice, and ideas on how the reader can turn their life around. Some readers might be quite surprised about how they need to put effort into something like their environment, when all they want is a better job or the love of their lives. This book shows how the different areas in your life are all tied together, and it does so in a good way. The book is definitely worth a read - either as your first book of that kind or as a quick refresher if you need some motivation to keep on track.