Author: Tricia Molloy
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There are numerous self- help inspirational guides, each seeking its own market niche; however a common problem that many authors of these guides encounter is their inability to communicate to their readers the same sense of fulfillment they experienced at having discovered something that has profoundly changed their life.
Tricia Molloy, author of Divine Wisdom at Work:™ 10 Universal Principles for Enlightened Entrepreneurs fortunately does not fall into this category, as she clearly comprehends the importance in conveying to her readers a message that is precise and simple to understand. In other words, brevity is the soul of wit- a truth reaffirmed in this compact guide. Cutting away all of the fat, Molloy succinctly underlines 10 important principles that can make a far-reaching difference in one’s lifestyle. Moreover, readers will come away feeling the same amazement, inspiration and awe, as that experienced by Molloy in discovering something unique and extraordinary.
Molloy is a New Thought business leader, and she applies universal principles to run her own company. As she mentions in her introduction, “her intention in writing this book was to promote this set of universal principles as a new business model by attracting like-minded clients for consulting and coaching services, audiences for my speeches, workshops and business classes, and partners for other books and projects.”
The author has hunted down the writings of many well-known and historical personalities whose dictums have been cleverly interwoven as side-bars into her compact guide. Beginning with a calling to her readers to tap into their “Divine Wisdom” or as she refers to it as your “Higher Power or Higher Consciousness,” Molloy tells us that it is here where you will discover a wealth of information, ideas, support and guidance. As she asserts, there are many ways to tap into this inner guidance such as meditation, trusting your gut feeling, and several other methods which Molloy elaborates upon. From here readers are guided into defining their life purpose, embracing prosperity, cleaning out the clutter that surrounds them, living in the present, practicing integrity, engaging the law of attraction, using visualizations, striving towards creative positive and powerful statements, and cultivating an attitude of gratitude.
I must have been greatly influenced by the chapter entitled “Clean Out The Clutter: The Universe Will Fill the Vacuum,” as soon after putting down the book, I devoted a couple of hours in throwing away a great deal of garbage that was literally doing nothing in my office! However, as Molloy points out, it is not only the physical clutter that you have to get rid of, but also the emotional clutter of unfulfilled commitments, difficult clients, the “what ifs” etc.
Molloy’s writing style is highly readable and light-hearted in tone. She inspires her readers with the confidence that she knows what she is talking about. The result is an extremely helpful working guide that will be of immense value to those wishing to develop not only a better business model, but also a more rewarding lifestyle. The test of a good book, either fiction or non-fiction is if it will pass the test for being a candidate for a re-reading or will it be thrown away in Molloy’s clutter basket. This guide passes with flying colors as it will occupy a place on my office library shelf.