Why and How A Good Book Can Transform Your Life

Reading a good book can completely transform your life.

That was definitely the case for Jen when she read “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.

This book, written by Robin Sharma, is about fulfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny.

It’s an inspiring book that provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance,¬†and joy.

The Power of Books:

This book totally transformed Jen’s life; it was the book that pushed her to move to Buffalo.

Books have the amazing ability to change our perceptions, widen our perspectives and transform our lives.

Books give us permission.

Permission to take time to ourselves.

Permission to take risks.

Through books, you can escape your world and enter a totally new reality. Books can transport us to another place.

Because we’re all so different, different books resonate with different people.

Two people can read the same book (the same quote, even) and walk away with two completely different takeaways.

That is why books are so powerful. They can start conversations and get people thinking about something in an entirely different way.

Socialmerk Book Club:

It is because of the tremendous impact that “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” had on Jen’s life that we decided to launch a Socialmerk Book Club! Obviously, this is the first book that we’re featuring.

We feel strongly that this book can transform the way you look at your life.

This book will inspire you to take risks and live with more bravery.

It will help you to realize that life is short and you only go around once, so you might as well leap.

The book will motivate you to grow closer to yourself and understand your self-talk.

It’s completely in alignment with what we’re trying to do through Socialmerk: encourage you to live a more authentically happy and healthy life.

So, we encourage you to try this book and let us know what you think in the comments below!

If you have other books to recommend, share those below too! We might just pick it as our next book club feature.

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