Monday, February 29, 2016

Life Lessons from Nature by Elvis Newman


Motivation & Inspiration, War Lessons, Leadership Principles,
High Technology Revealed by Nature 
“A very clever, fun, and instructive way to learn about life.”


by Elvis Newman  

Humans have been with nature for thousands of years, and now there is a special link that is carefully explored and investigated. This connection is closer than it has ever been. This is the source of inspiration, ingenuity, competitiveness, creativity, resilience, happiness, prosperity, and kind loving that are consistent with the best that is happening in the natural world. This wonderful book is for the street, for the workplace, for the political arena, for the business world, for the battlefield, for everyone who loves life and nature. 

This book offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of knowledge from nature. It is a book to be read slowly, one verse at a time for digestion and assimilation; it is a book to be read quickly, from the beginning to the end for holding you spellbound and finding the joy of being. Nature has important lessons to teach us from every insect, tree, and rock. Nature can show us the way—the way out of the many problems and predicaments that we face. Nature has inspired modern communities and even whole nations in the quests for the ultimate good life.
Remember: You are not separate from the whole; you are one with the Earth, the ocean, and the air; you don’t have nature; you are nature. The author urges you to read these pages with an open heart. By doing so, you’ll learn to feel the peace and brilliance of nature that truly defines Success.

Biography
Elvis Newman is a highly sought after motivational and futurist writer. He has written thought-provoking books for those of us who have chosen to be on our life path, who have cared about the latest trends in technology, society, and the world. He is known for his lively and conversational way of presenting abstract concepts in the fields of science, business, and sociology to lay audiences. He hopes that this book will help you become the best version of yourself.

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