Book Review: Encouragement From Dr. Hank

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Title: Encouragement From Dr. Hank

Author: Hank Seitz

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

Release Date: May 1, 2014

Genre: Self-Help > Motivational

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Encouragement from Dr. Hank is a book filled with daily “encouragements” that you read first thing each morning to get a cheerful jump on your day. You have a choice to either wake up on the wrong side or right side of the bed. These encouragements get you up on the right side of the bed every day! Think of it as a bit of sunshine for your mind, no matter what it’s doing outside.

As you feel good, or feel God, you will join The Flow of Life, feel your worthiness, and become more empowered each day. Inspiration is within reach within this book and within yourself.

It took 3 years to write Encouragement from Dr. Hank. It was written when Dr. Hank felt himself aligned, inspired, and in the flow with “All That Is.” These uplifting words sow the seeds for hopeful momentum that sweep you through better and better days. You will start experiencing positive moods and attracting positive people and circumstances, in turn delivering your desires to you.

 

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Dr. Hank Seitz is one of the most beloved and celebrated experts in the area of personal improvement and mental development. People love him because he loves people and helps people love themselves. His goal is to awaken everyone’s significant and unique gifts to achieve goals, to live his or her best life – but that’s just the beginning of what Dr. Hank offers individuals and organizations…

Besides being an author, Dr. Hank Seitz is an international speaker, a mental scientist, a behavioral psychologist, and a business man. He works with business teams to measurably increase their business results through relationships. He has his undergraduate degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Master’s Degree in Human Behavior, and PhD in Mental Science.

You can reach Dr. Seitz in one of the following ways:

Website: www.FeelRich.US
Facebook:

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facebook.com/DrHank Seitz

Twitter: @DrHankSeitz  

Happy reading and writing, my friends!

Sean C. Wright is the author of the novella Honey Riley and short stories Bubble Bath TwelveHazel Hogan and Devil Does Dallas. For more information about her writing skills and how she can assist you with yours–business or consumer–visit http://www.iwrightaway.com/.

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Send me your typo images! Snap pictures and email them to msseanc@aol.com. They must be real pictures and not images in online links, as those might be doctored. I’m looking for The Real McCoy. Conceal the company’s identity if possible. No sweat if you can’t. I’ll hide the name before I post it. We’re not looking to embarrass, but to educate.

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Holy nicotine, Batman! I saw this typo at a convenience store in Houston. The consonants are doubled in the wrong place in “cigarettes.” And where is the last “e?” I totally see how confounding words are with twin consonants in their spelling. The rule is usually simple: double the consonants if the vowel sound is short. Of course there are exceptions, like “buses” and “benefiting.” Head-scratchers that I have committed myself or seen:

Bookkeeper. Treat this word as the two separate words that they are – linked together – and you will never misspell it again.

Embarrass. It’s different from its cousin “harass” in that the consonants are doubled in both places, the middle and the end. My mnemonic device for remembering is that “embarrass” and “entitle” both have an “e.” “Embarrass” is “entitled” to double consonants in the middle and end.

Occurrence. Yet another irregular word whose relative doesn’t have double consonants: reference.  I use the same principle to remember this word’s spelling. “Occurrence” and “okay” both have an “o.” It’s “okay” for “occurrence” to double its consonants at the beginning and middle.

Happy reading and writing, my friends!

Sean C. Wright is the author of the novella Honey Riley and short stories Bubble Bath TwelveHazel Hogan and Devil Does Dallas. For more information about her writing skills and how she can assist you with yours–business or consumer–visit http://www.iwrightaway.com/.

SpaghettiWords

Send me your typo images! Snap pictures and email them to msseanc@aol.com. They must be real pictures and not images in online links, as those might be doctored. I’m looking for The Real McCoy. Conceal the company’s identity if possible. No sweat if you can’t. I’ll hide the name before I post it. We’re not looking to embarrass, but to educate.