Our New Book: 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life

Dear Friends,

I want to tell you about a new book that I have the privilege to be a co-author in.

The book is titled 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, and it is a compilation of 101 articles with practical, solid advice on how you can finally take action and improve your life.

I am extremely excited to be a part of this, and am equally excited to be a contributing author along with Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Denis Waitley and many other leading Self Improvement experts.

To get more information, go to http://www.yofa.net/resources/101ways.htm

I've devoted a section of this blog to the book so that we can read it together, discuss it, and put it to work in our lives as a growing community.

This book was created by David Riklan, the president and founder of the #1 Self Improvement website in the world, SelfGrowth.com. He has tapped into the minds of the greatest experts of our time and pulled together something that will blow you away.

It's a complete collection of 101 insider secrets that can show you how to instantly and positively improve your life!

David has also bundled the book with life-enhancing tools! He calls them "bonus gifts," and he has created a package of $1,500 worth of absolutely free gifts that you get by purchasing just one copy of our book.

These bonus gifts aren't the typical items you may have seen in other campaigns. That I can guarantee!

Every single one of these gifts has enormous value and has been cleverly created to give you value beyond anything comprehensible.

David is so confident you will love it that he is backing it up with a completely solid guarantee.

Go there and take a look for yourself – and make sure you check out the bonuses. I nearly fell off my chair when I saw what he put together. You may want to be sitting down yourself, because it could knock you over…with joy!

Here's the link for you to go directly to his offer:



Rebbie Straubing

One thought on “Our New Book: 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life

  1. Dear Rebbie,

    First I want to let you know I will not be able to attend the phone conference, maybe another time.

    Then I want to share with you that I fully understand what you said about sometimes sharing about yourself at a workshop. I ran coping skills groups and others in a psyche substance hospital for many years, and I found that when a group was really struggling with a topic, if I shared something of my own personal experience, it would open up a whole new sharing. Many times the doctor's would ask what my secret was, and I would tell them, but they were so trained to keep things on a non-personal level, so many times they would put people in my group when they were having difficulty opening up. Many times someone in the group would say, I wish that I could be as strong and healthy as you are. My reply was at any given time I could be where you are, but today "I am coping", I would always get a sigh of relief, because running workshops or groups, the leader is sometimes struggling with the subject more at the moment than the students. Thank you for all your sharing, I really appreciate you and your teachings and am grateful to have met you. There is a lot more to this computer than people realize, So many good things.. Blessings, Gale

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