Feature book review: 5 Simple Questions to Reclaim Your Happiness, by Jacqui Letran

5 Simple Questions to Reclaim Your Happiness, by Jacqui Letran, is a short read containing simple wisdom to help lead a happier life. The approach provided in this book is anchored in the Universal law of positive thinking and the other law, not as well known, that what you put your attention on becomes bigger, or in other words, when you focus on negative feelings and thoughts, you empower them and you depower yourself and you steal from your happiness. This book is an easy to read manual, which can be handed to anyone from young teen and up. Even if one lacked the discipline to do everything suggested in this book, and only adopted some of its wisdom, it would be impossible not to feel better about oneself, about life and about the prospects of an even brighter future. It’s a worthwhile investment in oneself.

About the author

Jacqui Letran is an Author, Speaker, Mindset Mentor and the Host of the Stop the Bully Within podcast. Jacqui’s Words of Wisdom for Teens Book Series won multiple awards and is often regarded as “must-read” books for teens and young adults struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. 

Through her one-on-one sessions, workshops, keynotes as well as her books and podcast, Jacqui teaches that success and happiness are achievable by all, regardless of current struggles and circumstances. Jacqui is a gifted and energetic leader who dedicates her life’s work to help her clients and students transform their inner critic into their best friend and cheerleader, so they can create that powerful and resilient mindset needed to be happy and successful in life.

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