Get Yours!: How to Have Everything You Ever Dreamed of and More
Do you want more from your job, your man, your life? Well, in this insightful guide, Amy DuBois Barnett, the former editor in chief ofTeen PeopleandHoneymagazine, shows you how to GET YOURS…today, this year and forever! With humor and honesty, Amy shares her own story of transformation from awkward, insecure people-pleaser to strong, independent woman. She reveals the personal philosophy that allowed her to look and feel amazing, find love and achieve history-making professional success. Amy also includes intimate interviews with celebrities to get their perspective on topics ranging from career and finance to health and spirituality to style and creativity to friends and family. The list of interviewees includes: Gayle King, Sanaa Lathan, Mo’Nique, India.Arie, Gabrielle Union, Venus Williams, Hill Harper, Kelly Rowland and Kelis.
Weaving together intimate anecdotes, exclusive celebrity interviews, thought-provoking quizzes, and brilliant-but-basic tips, tricks and tools, Amy gives you the insight and encouragement to:
·Identify and pursue your true passions.
·Let go of any negativity that’s holding you back.
·Find the man of your dreams–and build a lasting relationship.
·Achieve your professional goals and accumulate real wealth.
·Get the body you’ve always wanted.
·Figure out your personal style and nurture your creative talents.
·Form unbreakable bonds with your family, your friends and your higher power.
·Enjoy life and make every day count!
Get Yours! is your personal guidebook to a lifetime of happiness, love, success and fulfillment.
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Review: Get Yours!: How to Have Everything You Ever Dreamed of and MoreUser Review - DrDiva - Goodreads
My book club, The Reading Divas, just finished reading this book. The first half of the book was very motivational! We were excited about the tips and advice given in the book. We also loved the the ... Read full review
Review: Get Yours!: How to Have Everything You Ever Dreamed of and MoreUser Review - Paris - Goodreads
This book is okay but far from good. Although, she touched embarked on some great points; the information was overly redundant. Read full review