When you own your life experiences, you live according to the courage of your convictions. This means you have certainty regarding what you know is right for you, regardless of whether others support that.
It is best if you are your biggest supporter from this day until your last one. When you back yourself, you bless yourself! To live a better life, you must own your experiences. The harsher the world gets, the wiser you get at responding!
It is all worth it since it is clear why you want to achieve specific goals. Daily setbacks and unhelpful opinions make you smile because you appreciate that humor lightens the mood and makes you feel better.
Do you want to learn how to feel like you own your life?
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I believe when you realize you own your life, you take care of yourself better and motivate yourself to work towards your dreams.
At the time of writing, my mobile phone often rang. I keep my ringtone on in case someone urgently needs to get hold of me, but almost all calls were just cold calls from people or robots trying to sell policies to me. When the world takes my time or energy, I remind myself I own my life.
Our innate need for acceptance, validation, and recognition by others has resulted in societies that do not celebrate individuality enough. The book is a fresh reminder to be your unique self and live your best life now.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
My book is based on my life experiences and observations of trends in our society.
Noah William Smith is an author of Self-Help electronic books. He cares deeply about self-development, self-improvement, and self-care. He believes we should look after ourselves to feel at peace and have enough to give to our loved ones and the world.
His books are informed by his life experiences and his highly observant nature. His concise books aim to deliver a high-quality and insightful experience for readers with only 5 to 10 minutes available for reading.
If you enjoy reflecting, you will enjoy Noah's books! His books resonate with people of all ages and backgrounds who want to find ideas and practical ways to improve their quality of life.
His books may resonate well with the gifted, highly sensitive people, introverts, empaths, and minority groups who learn to adapt and adjust to our world.
Noah is a free thinker, so expect original ideas and thought-provoking questions. Note that he is only human and not an expert. Please consult a specialist for personalized advice.
Noah is a 37-year-old man who gives his best efforts daily. He starts each day with a massive cup of strong coffee, thick skin, an open mind, and a grateful heart. His wife and their two pugs make life feel blessed and complete.
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