choose Love Review by Edward Daniel

Edward Daniel, Author and Poet, Essence: The Beginner’s Guide to Veganism

choose Love Review

“A beautiful and enchanting book, Choose Love is insightful and Darwin’s story touched a very special place in my heart.  Readers will love this book because it is easy to put into practice: live life with Love and let go of all that is holding you back in order to create a magical and purposeful future.”

choose Love Review by Olive Neil Noseworthy

Olive Neil Noseworthy R.N., B.Ed., M.Ed., Author, Secrets of My Soul and The Blue Butterfly Diet and Cookbook

choose Love Review

“A life without hope in a world of troubled times and despair where suicide and drug and alcohol overdose in on the rise, Darwin Stephenson in his book, choose Love, teaches us about free will and the gift of choice. He teaches us to seek self-reflection and to learn to choose Love in order to live a life of purpose. And in doing so, our loving actions will be aligned with Divine intent and happiness and success will prevail!”

choose Love Review by Judy Dyer

Judy Dyer, Author, A Complete Guide for Developing Your Gift and Finding Your Sense of Self

choose Love Review

What I find remarkable about Choose Love is the unique combination of solid research and discovering your purpose. It is a nice reminder of how acting out of Love within the heart, mind, and spirit can change your life. I was deeply touched by his guidance and this book really hits home. Choose Love can help us all!”

choose Love Review by Shelley F. Knight

Shelley F. Knight, Author, Positive Changes: A Self-Kick Book
Shelley F. Knight, Author, Positive Changes: A Self-Kick Book

choose Love Review

“I did not choose to love this book, it simply happened! From the story of how choose Love came to be, and right through to the very last chapter, this book resonated with my soul. A simple yet insightful book to help us through this crazy thing called life.”

choose Love Book review by Jade Steel

Jade Steel, Executive Director, Hannah’s Helping Hands

choose Love Review

Choose Love is one of the most impactful, empowering books I’ve ever read; every word is a treasure! As a lifelong student of personal transformation, I must say, it’s one of the best books I’ve ever read... brilliant!

I am choosing to choose Love every day... so simple and yet so profound. Thank you for writing this stellar book. I LOVE it and needed it, even though I didn’t realize I did.

Choose Love is a "must read" for anyone looking to live their best life. It is a synthesis of all my years of study in one life-changing book.

If you're anything like me, you won't be able to put it down. I devoured this book in one day and look forward to reading it many more times, as I incorporate these teachings into my daily life. Simply put, I love choose Love!”

Stop Comparing Yourself

Improving your relationship with self-improvement

Self-improvement can be a slippery slope, leading to compromised relationships and productivity.

But by remaining aware of ourselves and what we choose to consume, it is possible to have a healthier relationship with self-improvement.

The first and most important step: Stop comparing yourself

Mark Twain put it best when he said: “comparison is the death of joy.”

Comparison is hard to avoid, but we can start by using social media for information-gathering and inspiration, rather than visiting accounts that leave us feeling empty.

We can focus on our own goals, review our personal mistakes and successes, and decide how our experiences can lead to positive change.

Speaking of positivity, optimism is fine, but be realistic about your goals. Otherwise, we’re likely to feel like we don’t measure up.

“You have to look at your resources and your personal situation and at the market to see if you can really move in the direction you want,” says John Vespasian, author of On Becoming Unbreakable: How Normal People Become Extraordinarily Self-Confident.

Rationality, Vespasian says, allows people to maintain a balance between their dreams and reality.

Remember, too, that improvement isn’t a one-size-fits-all scenario.

“You can learn good ideas and examples from other people, but your path to personal development is going to be unique,” says Vespasian. “It’s crucial to adapt your self-improvement plan to your personal circumstances and goals.”

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