Ten Steps to Being your Best: A practical handbook to enhance your life in every way

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Reviewed by Josep (Ben Noah):

Lacking a sense of self-worth can make you sometimes feel despondent. What really worked for me is the book “Ten Steps to Being Your Best“ by Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski. Rabbi Twerski’s work is not only a book; it’s a PRACTICAL HANDBOOK to enhance your life in every way. It directs you to keep at hand a personal diary in your pocket, where you jot down particular thoughts and anxieties of your own – as categorized in the book – 2 to 3 times a day. You’ll review them in the afternoon. You will start to see them in a new light and advance your sense of self-worth. I went on to realize that the “AHA!“-experiences that my diary provided on an ongoing basis constituted peak-experiences within my otherwise normal day. Now I have a feeling of constantly improving my life. Most important: I’m now happy, I feel joy. We all have the right to a positive self-image. You have a right to be happy, the feeling of being worthy, deserving, entitled to your needs and wants, and to enjoy the fruits of your efforts. “Ten Steps to Being Your Best“ guides you through the process of deleting your “negative script“ from your mind and replacing it with a new and improved positive self-image. And it definitely worked for me.

Customer review by a Noahide woman:

This book is great, I feel like he’s talking to me, like he’s my psychiatrist! I love it! I have a lot of negativity in my thoughts about myself. Not good. But, I am willing to learn. This will be plus! I am also taking a class about something of that nature too. So, it seems my Creator is trying to help me out of the box I put myself in. I learned to dislike myself, you know. When I was a kid, the other kids bullied me. No one seemed to like me, why should I? I have no college degree, no wealth, nothing. I have been staying afloat though, some pockets of good things that I liked about myself. But, I have a load of bad that I need to get rid of. I feel blessed for what I do have, and I think that has helped me keep afloat. Someone loves me… G-d loves me. I am constantly reminded of that when I thank Him for those blessings. He’s so wonderful. I see Him at work helping me while writing this note. Thanks so much for the encouragement you give me. G-d bless you.