Shirley, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Dr. Harris R. Cohen’s “Lessons Learned” presents the author as a role model for self-determination. Dr. Harris R. Cohen would remind readers that they, not anyone else, control whether or not they can or cannot do something. In his new book “Lessons Learned: How to Negotiate the Life You Want to Live” (published by Abbott Press), he presents his own history of learned behavior that taught him to always find a way to “Yes, I can.”
At it’s most basic level, Cohen maintains, “Lessons Learned” is about discovering a way to make good choices in life.
An excerpt from “Lessons Learned”:
“I wrote this book because I feel that the process of negotiating with oneself can be fun. I have chosen stories – some true and some not – that illustrate the negotiating process. At the end of each story, I have included “Things to Think About.” My hope is to inspire you, challenge you, and maybe even make you laugh and cry. But, most of all, I want to show you how you can achieve your dreams, whether they be physical, mental, or spiritual.
Remember: ‘Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right.’”
Cohen offers “Lessons Learned” not only for educational purposes, but also to increase readers’ sense of empowerment. As he reminds his readers, “The greatest victory any person can have is control over their own thoughts and actions.”
About the Author
Dr. Harris R. Cohen has lectured extensively throughout the United States and Canada on several inspirational and motivational topics. He holds bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees and was a professor at New York Chiropractic College and the University of Bridgeport. He has been a practicing chiropractor for more than 30 years.
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