What or Who Determines How You Live Your Life?

Ronald Anderson’s new self-empowerment book encourages readers to take a step back.

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I realized I do not need to be just like everyone else. I can be amazing just being who I want to be, finding that happiness within myself.

Alberta, Canada (PRWEB) September 13, 2013

Life doesn’t come with a universal blueprint for a reason.

Ronald Anderson is a mechanic who has worked hard and held several respectable jobs throughout his life, only to feel like he was going nowhere. Realizing that the truth about life and the way it should be comes from within, Anderson shares his journey to self-empowerment in his new inspirational guide, “The World We Live In.”

“I realized I do not need to be just like everyone else,” Anderson says. “I can be amazing just being who I want to be, finding that happiness within myself.”

Putting life into perspective, Anderson’s new book serves as a guide to achieving a higher state of consciousness, creating the world one wants to live in.

Built on the notion that no two lives are the same, “The World We Live In” encourages readers take a step back and trust in their own truth. Anderson urges readers to question things in life, find the truth within themselves and understand their individual purpose.

“Look around and realize who is telling you what to believe or how to live,” Anderson says. “Then take that power back for yourself and create the world you want to live in.”

“The World We Live In” by Ron Anderson
Hardcover, $30.95
Paperback, $12.99
e-Book, $6.99
ISBN: 978-1-45257-135-5
Available at amazon.com, bookstore.balboapress.com, and other online vendors.

About the author
Ron Anderson grew up in central Alberta, Canada, completing high school and joining the workforce directly after. He has held several respectable jobs throughout his career, including his current job where he works as a heavy-duty mechanic. Though he comes from humble beginnings, Anderson has found happiness within himself, denouncing the pressures of society. He wrote his first book, “The World We Live In,” to encourage others to change the way they see the world and make a better life for themselves too.


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