O's Guide to Life: The Best of O, The Oprah Magazine (Wisdom, Wit, Advice, Interviews and Inspiration)by Editors of O, The Oprah Magazine
O's Guide to Life will inspire you to set, achieve, and surpass your personal goals! We�ll share advice on how to nurture your best relationships, make your best contribution to the world around you, and take the best care of yourself. It�s about loving who you really are - and embracing the challenge to discover your best life ever. Best of all, Oprah will donate 100% of Harpo�s profits from the sale of this book to Oprah�s Angel Network.
Every month O, The Oprah Magazine seeks out answers - not just from the most respected experts in America, but also from ordinary women who�ve accomplished extraordinary things. Whether they�re world-class experts or everyday people, they all have one thing in common: They�ve tapped into tips, techniques, and strategies for getting the best out of life. Now, you can too.
In O's Guide to Life, you�ll find expert advice for:
-Sculpting your best body with Oprah�s step-by-step illustrations
-Getting the sex life you want by turning up the heat with must-have tips from Dr. Phil
-Discovering the power of financial stability with Suze Orman�s 6 easy steps
Plus so much more!
Start living your best life today!
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Like millions of others I am Oprah follower. I do watch the show as often as my time allows. However, I think that the magazine is many steps behind the show. Maybe it is because we are all used to do some errands when the commercials come on TV during the show. Maybe because the show does not seem to be contracted out to other celebrities to fill the void... I am simply overwhelmed by the amount of advertising in the magazine.-- What a waste of paper! I imagined that 'Oprah Inc.' is rich enough to give up on some extra revenues for the sake of better content... I also find that it would be more interesting to diversify the articles with some not-so-accomplished authors as Dr. Phil. Why the magazine does not bring to the daylight some great books that deserve much more attention than they are presently given? It is a big mystery to me that such a great volume like 'Can We Live 150 Years?' by Dr. Tombak, remains obscure, while other authors, are being thrown in our faces day by day to the point of nausea... I'd imagine that this would be a great opportunity for such media like Oprah Magazine to step up and play the role of the advocate, discoverer, promoter, or whatever you call it. Some things simply need more publicity, so why pass on the opportunity and play the same old record again and again... So much critique and still 4 stars? Hey, I criticize to improve things that I like. Oprah magazine deserves 4 stars, but it can be even better...
Sorry... but it was "just okay" for me. It fell far short of The DaVinci Code although I suppose if I were a Mason, I would find it more fascinating.