A Daily Dose of Sanity by Alan Cohen
A Five-Minute Soul Recharge for Every Day of the Year

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In times of challenge as well as ease, we all need a helping hand to stay on top of our game, make successful decisions, and find peace of mind in the midst of people and events that might distract us. This collection of inspiring, poignant, and humorous real-life stories, coupled with uplifting insights, will show you how to keep your head on straight and your heart open no matter where you are or what you’re doing. In his uniquely warm and down-to-earth way, Alan Cohen teaches you through meaningful examples that you’re in the perfect position to use your talents and assets to turn your life into all you want it to be. Each day-of-the-year entry contains a theme, an elegant quotation, a true-to-life anecdote, a short lesson, a question for self-study, and an empowering affirmation. In the tradition of Alan’s highly popular award-winning book A Deep Breath of Life, you can use this book on a daily basis for a potent uplift and gain valuable tools to feel better, create career and financial success, deepen the quality of all of your relationships, and find personal fulfillment that lifts you far beyond what you’ve known in the past.

About Alan Cohen

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Alan Cohen, M.A., is the author of 22 popular inspirational books and CD's, including the best-selling "The Dragon Doesn't Live Here Anymore", the award-winning "A Deep Breath of Life", and the classic "Are You as Happy as Your Dog?". He is a contributing writer to the "New York Times" #1 bestselling series "Chicken Soup for the Soul", and his radio program "Get Real" is broadcast weekly on Hay House Radio. He lives in Maui, Hawaii, where he conducts retreats in life mastery.
Published February 15, 2010 by Hay House. 387 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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