Book Discovery, Day 3: Win No Matter What
From August 9th-19th, my blog and I are participating in a “Discovery” through DiscoverAuthors.wordpress.com.  Each day, I’ll be featuring a different author and one of their books; the other authors will also be featuring me and each other on their blogs at the same time.  Check in every day to find out about great new reads!  
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Day 3: Win No Matter What by Nihar Suthar

Win No Matter What – Internationally Released!

Check out my newly released international motivational book, Win No Matter What. It is made up of powerful inspirational stories, impactful quotes, and meaningful commentary that convince readers of all ages to make the most out of every single day. Even better, ten percent of all book sale profits are being donated to Acumen, a charity investing in solutions to global poverty. 


“I read a lot of motivational books and most of them are all alike, but not this one. I feel like I’m giving a movie review here, but…. I laughed, Icried, I was genuinely touched.”
-Lisa G.

Excerpt:
    An Indian saint named Yogiji Mahraj was once at the village of Maliya Hatina in Gujarat, India over 50 years ago. He decided to visit a nursery of 300 mango trees while he was there. So, Yogiji Maharaj and two other companions got into a horse-drawn carriage in order to get to the nursery. While they were riding along, one of the wheels of the carriage suddenly broke. The carriage careened and reeled over. Everyone inside bumped into each other and fell out. Even though all three people were severely bruised and hurt, they were luckily able to still walk. 
    As Yogiji Maharaj brushed the dirt off of his clothes, he happily exclaimed to the other two people, “A miracle has happened, right?”
    The other two in the carriage thought that Yogiji Maharaj was crazy. They retorted, “Oh? And what kind of miracle would that be?”
    Yogiji Maharaj excitedly replied, “We were saved!”
    The other two realized what Yogiji Maharaj meant. Their injuries could have been much worse. They all started laughing. Even when it seemed like there was nothing to be positive about, Yogiji Maharaj picked out a positive thing about their carriage falling apart. This positive thought comforted everyone and made them laugh even though they were hurt. Thus, make it a mission to find one or two positive things out of the next “negative” event that you go through because positive thinking creates happiness.



Support the amazing cause and inspire your life by buying the book HERE.

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