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The One Decision: Making the Single Choice That Will Lead to a Life of More Hardcover – December 29, 2005
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I read all the feedback written on this site. I respect that their opinion is coming from the place of where they are at that particular time.
This book is inspirational. This book isn't for everyone. If you are hearing the dialogue in your mind answer, "Then, who is this book for?" Then reading this book MAY be right for you.
We can only go as far in life as the five people we surround ourselves with. This is so true and its taken me over half a life time to learn this. But this includes books too. If we read negative topics, we will attract negative into our life. This is the way the universal energies, and quantum phyics proves this, works.
Even if we are upbeat person, living with such negative media exposure can get the best of people down. Reading books like Ms. Wright's helps to balance, reignite that positive way of living that we need to attract our desires.
Ms. Wright uses the word MORE many times throughout the book, TRUE. That's repetition. And there is a reason for repetition. This is the way human's learn. We don't absorb things just because we placed a book under our pillows. We need to hear messages, good positive messages over and over again.
I would have enjoyed the book had it been 75 to 100 pages less, however, I do believe Ms. Wright was writing from a place of soul, a place of universial energy.
If someone is lost on what ladder their wall should be leaning against, this book will help propel and stablize that ladder. I wish many of these great books were available when I was a teenager.Read more ›
When cyclist Lance Armstrong learned he had cancer, she says, he made a One Decision: live strong. Everything he did since flowed from that decision.
The challenge, Judith says, is to learn how to live your One Decision and allow it to power and inform daily choices. To show how, each chapter explains a characteristic of a One Decision and tells stories of people who use a One Decision as a basis for leading purposeful and satisfying lives.
Judith writes in the American philosophical and self-improvement tradition that began with Benjamin Franklin, in which ideas, knowledge, and information serve to make life easier, more productive, and more satisfying. That the book has been endorsed by today's preeminent business writers and trainers, including Tom Peters, Ken Blanchard, and Steven Covey, confirms its eminently practical nature.
Read, reflect--and decide.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Offers no new insights and no real guidance. The writing is disjointed, random, and repetitive. The message of this 300+ page book could have been conveyed in a much shorter text. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book takes self help to the next level. As soon as I started reading, I knew it was going to make a real difference in my life. It did. Read morePublished on February 15, 2011 by V Lee Horner
I love this book! It helped me reinvent my life at 58 years of age. I use it for guidance and inspiration when I feel stuck. Read morePublished on September 18, 2008 by Susan Hood
I picked up the One Decision when I was between jobs and looking to transition into a new field. A friend had recommended it to me and it just so happened that as I started... Read morePublished on September 14, 2008 by Christopher C. Thomas
Excellent book. Full of New Thought spiritual principle and practices in action to create a more positive, vibrant life. And great quotes as well!Published on May 17, 2007 by Barbara Bue
This is a frustrating book. The implication of the title and jacket blurb is that once you decide what to commit to, you can boil that commitment down to a single statement which... Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by share
I saw this author on tv last year and bought the book -- and I have to say that it has been extremely helpful. Read morePublished on January 3, 2007 by J.
The writer simply repeats the same message over and over in different ways. I became tired of the repetition after page 58 and quit reading the book.Published on February 24, 2006 by Carol J. Homola
My life has begun to transform in amazing ways, since I bought the Book "The One Decision" in January. Read morePublished on February 23, 2006 by Michael B. Pierce