Small Changes, Big Results

  • by Scotty Studer
  • Narrated by Joseph Brookhouse
  • 2 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With all of the must-do activities in your life today, how can you fit in the activities you want to do? Better yet, what about activities you need to do?
Implementing these new behaviors requires change, and let's face it, change is hard! It's a lot easier to quit or, at best, give a half-hearted effort. The problem with taking the easy route is that you don't feel you've accomplished anything, and you rarely see lasting results.
In this practical, actionable book, Scotty Studer shows you how to implement the important-but-not-urgent habits in your life by making small changes. These changes will not require a drastic alteration in your "routine" or require a lot of time to do, but they will provide consistent results!
By using personal life stories and examples from others, he gives you specific habits to implement that are effective and easy to do!
You will learn how to have:

An actionable plan to create financial stability
A closer, personal relationship with God
Friends complimenting you on how thin and fit you look
Relationships with your kids growing deeper and more meaningful than ever before

Don't take the easy, half-hearted route to implement proactive habits. Instead, learn how to achieve lasting results by taking small, intentional actions every day in four important areas of your life: faith, relationships, health, and finances!


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Though this was an interesting book there were points where I felt myself shaking my head in disagreement. One of those was the lemon issue which I feel needs the negatives pointing out: it can work hell with your joints and make arthritis far worse. The other was the diet issues. Having been raised on a 'healthy' meat and dairy diet, and then given up both, I can tell you that neither meat nor dairy are good for your health. Whey protein is just a by-product of the dairy industry and that industry has thought of clever ways to market the waste product. I would like to know who funded the research into whey protein as most research is funded by those that have financial vested interests in a product and surprise, surprise the research that isn't in their favour doesn't get published.

Despite those points the book was well written and performed.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com."

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 28-06-2016
  • Publisher: Shayden Enterprises