Many of us suffer from a fear of change, action and trust, and The C.A.T. Principle fills the gap in a unique way on how to understand and deal with these life traits.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
“It’s exciting that the The C.A.T. Principle has been nominated a second year in a row for Best Self-Help Non-Fiction Ebook of the Global Ebook Awards!” said author Albert Bolter from Toronto, Canada. “It’s a thrill to have won the award last year, and I’m equally thrilled that the revised and expanded edition has been nominated for the award yet again,” added Bolter.
The C.A.T. Principle, a book about coping with change, taking action and building trust, has come a long way since its August 2013 release. Besides winning the 2014 Global Ebook Award, it has received numerous positive book reviews. “It’s my sincere hope that the revised and expanded edition is as well-received as the original edition,” says Bolter.
Rooted upon wide-ranging experiences from training as a jet pilot in the Canadian Air Force, brokering real estate in a reunited Berlin after the fall of the Wall, to working in Miami at the peak of the Great Recession, The C.A.T. Principle is a unique and concise read. The revised and expanded edition builds upon many of the original ideas in the book, and focuses upon life change, leading an action-filled life, and building trust.
"Many of us suffer from a fear of change, action and trust, and The C.A.T. Principle fills the gap in a unique way on how to understand and deal with these life traits,” says Bolter. “It’s an excellent read for anyone wanting to tackle these life challenges head on.”
Based in Santa Barbara, California and with more than 200 judges, The Global Ebook Awards has more than 72 categories and are open to publishers, large and small, so that a winner is the best in its category, not just the best of small or regionally-published ebooks. Most ebooks are available as printed books as well.
The C.A.T. Principle, also in paperback, is available at Amazon.com and at Barnes & Noble. Further information can be found at the author’s website and blog at http://www.albertbolter.com and on Twitter @AlbertBolter.