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13 Comments on Review of The Charge | Introduction

  1. As humans we all go through bad experiences: relationship break ups, death of loves ones & failing exams.
    However just because your life isn’t “perfect” it doesn’t mean that it isn’t good.

    Just by reading this it shows that you have access to information and that you can understand English.
    Two highly desired skills wanted by lots of humans on Planet Earth.
    Life is OK, don’t you forget that.

    Thrive for more.

  2. I love how you applied the concept of the book even before reading it to it’s last page. I really resonated with “To find that internal CHARGE…the one that makes us feel alive and fulfilled”. I too live in front of the screen all to much…I need to live more and on purpose. Thinking this will be my next book!

    • MichelleDeMarco

      Thanks Carla! I agree we must get away from the screens in our lives! I highly recommend the book – I hope you like it as much as I did!

  3. Hi Michelle. Really enjoyed reading this post. I totally agree with you – We ALL live in amazingly blessed times and ..we must work DELIBERATELY AND CONSCIOUSLY toward creating a vibrant and exciting life. Thank you for sharing this article with us.

  4. Great Review, Michelle!

    Brendon’s book is amazing! I read the Intro more than once because it was so insightful! Like you, I was once also, in front of the computer and on the phone to the point where the kids mocked me. LOL!! Now that I focus more on BEING instead of DOING I feel a lot more “CHARGED”! Thanks for sharing and I’m looking forward to more!

    To Your Infinite Success,
    Marquel Russell

  5. Michelle, thanks for this review. I haven’t gotten this book yet, but I will!
    “Burchard is telling us to consciously shift our attention and INTENTION to live the life we desire. It is a choice” resonated with me . It is a choice isn’t it??

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