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The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me...Once

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
There simply has to be more to life than the here and now, more than worrying about bills, the job, schedules, and acquiring more possessions. Life is supposed to be more than the hustle and bustle, more than the daily grind of merely making it through each day until there are no more. Our days are supposed to be rooted in more meaningful and lasting pursuits like purpose, ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Beckham Publications Group
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You are a horse, the water is your success in life and The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me... Once will lead you to that water. But will you drink? Huh?

Author D. Anthony has provided a book full of encouraging concepts to all who are ready and willing to push the boundaries of their potential in life. Reading this book is one good way to transform your "half empty" mentality into "half full" when looking at your cup of life. If you are hopelessly pessimistic, this book may drive you furthe
Whenever I receive a review copy of a book with the request to write a critical overview, my first thought, especially with non-fiction such as this, is to ask what new insight does this book bring?

I've read a great many positive attitude and manifest-your-own-destiny books by now (one of the most popular today in this vein is "The Secret," although I am not a fan of this one either for its over-simplification). My personal favorite in the general area of improving one's attitude toward life is
The Nurse in the Delivery Room Slapped Me...Once is a book that reminded me of the joys and sorrows in life. The book will take you back in time to your childhood and make you laugh, cry and remember the good ole days. It will make you remember a loved one that hass been lost, pick up the phone to tell an estragned child and or friend that you miss and love thme still. It will cause you to look in the mirror at your self and ask why not. It will challenge you to do more,to be more and not to jus ...more
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