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Sunday, 25 January 2009
Wake Up Your Life by Doris Roper -- A Review
Topic: Book Review

Before I get into my review of this book, I'd like to extend an apology to Doris and all my readers.  This should have been posted Saturday, but I was having connection trouble on and off and it is late :-(  It seems ice and cable lines don't always mix.  Now, to the review...

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Life transitions are notoriously difficult for many women--lacking both self-confidence and financial independence, many stay in situations that are far less than ideal.  Doris Roper has created a book for that helps women through these transitions, building self-confidence as well as financial knowledge. 

Wake Up Your Life isn't your typical advice book, although there is plenty of that included!  Ms. Roper has included smart women quotes to encourage and illustrate her points.  She has added interactive exercises, both in dealing with the transitions and in self-evaluation.  Using down-to-Earth language, Doris Roper explains how and why each step is important, making it possible for the reader to more easily follow the steps.

I was impressed with the amount of information included in this book.  I felt it was worth the time and effort to read.  Personally being a strong, independent woman, I figured it would be a light read, but I found myself learning and discovered some things I never realized. 

This is a book to be read by every woman, no matter where you are on your life path.  Once you have worked through the exercises and reached the end, you will feel as though someone has gently taken your hand and led you through the darkness into a new light of self-confidence and independence.

This book definitely gets seven colors on the Rainbow Scale of Excellence--a Perfect Rainbow.

 


Posted by joyceanthony at 4:52 AM EST
Updated: Sunday, 25 January 2009 4:53 AM EST
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Sunday, 25 January 2009 - 7:36 AM EST

Name: "Ron Berry"
Home Page: http://unwriter1.wordpress.com

You are a very strong and independent young lady. This sounds like a book all women should read. From what you've posted on this, these life lessons will greatly help others.

A very good review

Sunday, 25 January 2009 - 11:46 AM EST

Name: "Doris Roper"
Home Page: http://www.witinstitute.com

Thank you very much for the good review. If anyone learns even one new thing from my book, then all the pain I went through was absolutely worth it. I have already received feedback from many readers that they want to read it more than once to absorb the life lessons.

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