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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 284 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House Inc (October 16, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401924352
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401924355
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 0.8 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #985,424 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Miranda Kerr is one of the world's most successful supermodels. She is an advocate for Kids Helpline and founder of KORA Organics, a range of organic skincare she personally created and that is now available to customers all over the world. She currently lives in New York, USA.

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Very good and inspiring book.
Lauren
Just reading through this gives me a good feeling, a positive attitude and makes me feel better about myself.
Live, Laugh, Love...
I was inspired by Louise's affirmations and decided to read Louise Hay's book.
Kirstine

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By BettyBoop on September 29, 2011
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As another reviewer put it 'it's quite light'. I'm 27 and I thought this book had a beautiful message, so i feel a bit bad leaving it with a 3star rating. Although i loved the message and would gladly re-read it (in segments), I feel that the same message was repeated again and again throughout each chapter and i would have preferred a bit more "meat" to the book. I seemed to get more into it when she would talk about her personal growth or the modelling moments etc, instead it seemed at times lkie it was a little bit of a "soap box" moment... Regardless of this, i would still really recommend it, because it's so positive and a lovely read :)
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By LolaBen on May 30, 2011
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This is a great book for anyone looking for a way to improve their attitude, way of life, personal issues, and their ability to be comfortable with what makes them unique and amazing in their own way. I really liked the tips in each chapter that give you ways that you can incorporate Miranda's advice into your daily life. This book is directed toward young women, but I think all women and young girls would enjoy this book very much. I highly recommend it. The only issue I had was with the price of the book. I know it's only published in Australia right now, but hopefully it will be brought stateside soon.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brittany Childress on December 30, 2012
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I am a huge fan of Miranda Kerr as a model but now, after reading her book, I am a fan of her as a person! The book is very inspirational and made me feel good about life in general! I suggest this book for anyone!
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40 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Hoomie on September 9, 2012
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Miranda Kerr has been my favorite Victoria's Secret model since almost the start of her career with the retailer, which was why I really wanted to like her book. However, that has proved impossible. This book is yet another in a long line of celebrity publicity pieces in which beautiful, privileged people wax on about the most elemental truths of reality cloaked in new age Chopra-esque feel-goodery nonsense.

For one thing, Miranda Kerr is not a good writer. It's obvious that she is trying, and that she is having a lot of fun sharing her thoughts in this book that reads more like a teenage girl's diary, but that effort and that enthusiasm unfortunately doesn't make up for what the book lacks. For one thing, if a couple paragraphs in a row begin with the same phrase or clause, you know you have a problem. This is an elementary style issue that any good writer would know to avoid, and any good editor would quickly slash out with red ink and fix. I guess not. The fact that the mistake persisted into the ARC makes the writing feel repetitive and clunky, and makes me think it was lazily edited. If edited at all.

For another, there's some really strange phrasing and absurd imagery sprinkled throughout. I'm unfamiliar with the phrase "talk your legs off" when used to describe someone who is particularly chatty. I've heard "talk your ear off" before, but never heard the legs mentioned in this context. Is that an Australian thing? My apologies to the people of Oz if it is. Another such instance that took me right out of the book and had me asking aloud, "What?!" was when Miranda discussed something about positive thoughts being like a seed you plant in your heart. She asks, "If you planted your heart, would it grow?
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By M. Caceres VINE VOICE on May 23, 2013
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This book is about 200 pages, the video shows you the book's layout. The first 100 pages are about how Miranda became a model. She tells you the story of her being in Australia and how her friend entered her in a magazine modeling competition without telling Miranda and how that was her first push towards modeling. Miranda writes in a very simple manner, and the point of the entire book is to believe in yourself.

The last pages of her story (around the 100th page) consists of her favorite pictures, both private and professional photos.

The last 100 pages are her favorite quotes with a picture of a butterfly on top.

This book is good for preteens girls but if you are over 18 (or even a teenager), you might find this book lacking. The last 100 pages feel like fillers. She could have expanded her story to 200 pages instead of 100 and incorporated her favorite quotes into the book. Oh well.

The book has a pretty design, and the vocabulary is simple so its a pretty fast read. I read this entire book in about 30 minutes. I recommend this book for young girls who are Miranda Kerr fans.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By tech2002 on May 17, 2011
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I'm in my 50's, and I was a little dissappointed at how 'light' the writing in this book seemed.

It has beautiful photos, inspiring quotes, and a posistive outlook. And it is excellent for teenage girls, the target audience for this book. I actually gave my copy to my neice, and she loved it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ace VINE VOICE on April 16, 2013
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Although it is geared mainly towards women and young girls, this little EMPOWERING book is gentle on the heart and soul but powerful in its messages, which really can apply to any gender, any generation. Miranda Kerr could easily become the spokesperson for young girls just starting out in life on their own, or still in school deciding their future. I especially ejoyed reading about the way Miranda stood up to the school bully. What a great way to empower TWO people at the same time, even your enemy!

The basic premise and theme of this book seems to be: "YOU decide your future. Your attitude, your outlook on life - is what will return to you in the form of personal life-experiences." And all through the book, interspersed with anecdotes, is a gentle guidance, through self-revelations, anecdotes (funny, mundane or tragic) and Miranda's own observations (as well as Deepak Chopra and others'), on one page, as well as guiding thoughts by Louise Hay (the savior of my psyche and my healing angel many years ago, through her book "You Can Heal Your Life") on the facing page.

The "Getting Personal" questions at the end of each chapter are another way of peeling away the layers of self-doubt and adding "muscle" in the form of self-revelation. There is a good chapter on nutrition, which is another way of empowering yourself-- anorexia doesn't feed the mind or the psyche -- in fact the opposite happens when girls try to starve themselves to look thin.

The ONLY thing that I would like to see changed is the use of lower-case "i" when referring to one's-self, in those affirmations - that is way too humbling. No -- Make it a CAPITAL "I" because everyone needs to "stand tall.
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