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The Daily Promise Book Review

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by Emma Crameri (subscribe)
Editor of the Brisbanista website * Awesome things to do for Brisbane residents *
Published September 1st 2016
Do you love affirmations?
The Daily Promise

The Daily Promise is based on Domonique Bertolucci's bestselling book 'The Kindness Pact'. It is a collection of inspirational messages which will leave you feeling more positive about yourself and the life you live.

Isn't it time your started treating yourself with the same love, kindness and respect, you give the other important people in your life?

The introduction to this small orange book details Domonique's story about her decision to feel good about herself. She devised a pact which is based on the eight promises. These commitments you make to yourself are explained further in a couple of paragraphs.

The eight Promises are:
Accept your imperfections
Always do your best
Stop comparing yourself
Believe in your potential
Silence your inner critic
Challenge yourself
Stop making excuses
Love yourself

The Daily Promise

The book continues with a hundred double pages, where the left hand page has a statement and the right hand page has an affirmation and small explanation.

This book is ideal if you were journaling every day or had a regular meditation practice. The aim of the book is to change the way you treat yourself, build your confidence and nurture your self-esteem.

The Daily Promise would make a nice gift for yourself or someone who's depressed or needs a little bit of self-love and acceptance.

The Daily Promise is available in paperback from your favourite bookseller.

Published by Hardie Grant Books

About the author:

Domonique Bertolucci is the founding director of the Domonique Bertolucci Company, which delivers a range of coaching development programs to both the general public and companies interested in building performance and wellbeing. She is an active profressional speaker and regularly delivers keynote presentations and seminars on how to get the life you really want to live. Born in Australia, Dominique now divides her time between London and Sydney. Her website and blog is
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Why? 100 ways to feel happy about your life
When: Out September 2016
Where: Your local book store.
Cost: $19.99
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This book would make a lovely gift.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|5994) 559 days ago
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