Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life

Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life

A modern world that is bursting with data can often make us feel even more lost as we struggle to find meaning and look for the answers to life?s mysteries. Joseph Deitch shares his lifelong pursuit of wisdom and growth in an accessible, practical, down-to-earth gift to his readers. Elevate is a celebration of life and the potential that exists for all of us. It provides b A modern world that is bursting with data can often make us feel even more lost as we struggle to find meaning and look...

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Title:Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life
Author:Joseph Deitch
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Genres:Self Help
ISBN:1626344698
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:300 pages pages

Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life Reviews

  • Karla
    Mar 20, 2018
    I received this book from the publisher via BookishFirst in exchange for my honest review. -- I am a sucker for a good self-help or motivational book. My collection started when I was doing my undergrad and my college had a slight obsession with adding them to the curriculum of all the...
  • Jan Rog
    May 06, 2018
    Joseph Deitch's _Elevate: An Essential Guide to Life_ is not so much a self-help book as it is a guide to reframing the way you look at life. Make the book your own, and take the time to read through it. Perhaps you could read it straight through, and that would be perfectly fine. I my...
  • Holly Weiss
    Feb 14, 2018
    Want to improve your health and well-being? Our complex culture weighs heavy on all of us. Deitch assists us in finding and choosing techniques for successfully navigating our increasingly-convoluted lives. Rather than being victims of our world, we can care for ourselves effectively. ...
  • Amber
    Jul 01, 2018
    DNF'd at 10% Elevate was never going to be a winner for me in that it is simply not my genre. While many others my age enjoy non-fiction books and inspirational biographies, my interests lie in the realms of fiction. I have the utmost respect for people who thrive on these books and...
  • Laura Reading
    Mar 22, 2018
    Like many of the other reviewers, I am a self professed self help junkie. It is a genre I am drawn to and have read and re-read the master works, as well as some of the books by people just repeating a few short concepts, while trying to make a few bucks simply. Joseph Deitsch's leng...
  • Kristie
    May 11, 2018
    I'm so happy I won a raffle for this one. I probably wouldn't have known what this book was about or that even existed without the help of BookishFirst. As a studying Clinical Mental Health Counselor I found so much valuable information in the pages of this book. I really enjoyed the ...
  • Srikanth
    Mar 23, 2018
    I received a complimentary copy of this book on Bookish in return for my honest review. This book is full of ideas and actions that we can take to improve our life and personality. One concept is to have break down the challenge into simple and easy to reach goals so we can have a ...
  • Tori
    Mar 27, 2018
    Elevate is a self-help book unlike any you may have read before, with a genuine push towards personal growth and development. You can tell from the first paragraph that Joseph Deitch has put a lot of time and thought into every sentence, really crafting a voice that sounds confident in...
  • Christy
    Mar 18, 2018
    I won this book from Bookish in exchange for my honest opinion. Ok, so I'm one of those people. I listen to motivational videos, hype songs, and speeches. My bookshelves are full of books to help me grow as a person. I'm always looking for a new way to look at an old concept. Elevate...
  • Leigh Hatcher
    Mar 12, 2018
    I was so happy that I recieved Joseph?s book Elevate. I knew this book would be coming to me the moment I read the first look. I have been on an awakening, spiritual, finding my true self journey since I was around 18 now I?m 42. Which has changed my life just like Joseph talks abo...
  • Andrea
    Mar 25, 2018
    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. *Disclaimer* This is the first self help book I have read and therefore I am not by any means an expert on them. That being said, I found Elevate to be very well written and the concepts easy to understand and follow. Thre...
  • Jordan
    Mar 27, 2018
    What an interesting book! I must admit, boasting that this is "an essential guide to life" does make me a bit skeptical of such a strong claim, but I think this book lived up to that title pretty well. I don't often listen to a lot of motivational books and speakers, but I must say tha...
  • JP
    Mar 11, 2018
    With so many topic-specific self-help books already on the market, Deitch?s aspiration of a comprehensive ?Essential Guide to Life? is lofty. He succeeds. The 330 pages of Elevate come quickly because the concepts are compact and broken up with plenty of engaging stories. I?m w...
  • Hal
    Apr 11, 2018
    The first impression I got of this book was how it was delivered. Impressive, with the personal touch from the author Joseph Deitch. And you will find in reading the book he is an impressive man, successful at many things and worth paying attention to. And I found myself wanting more o...
  • Amanda
    Mar 27, 2018
    I won this book from Bookish in exchange for an honest review, thanks Bookish and thanks to the author! I really enjoyed reading this self help book and found it to be very useful, enlightening, and full of a lot of great information as well as personal stories from the author. This bo...
  • Johanna Sawyer
    Mar 12, 2018
    Im fascinated. Mar 12 2018 ? 17:02 By jsawyer Who hasn't picked up a self help book because they have felt frustration. Self help books lately have fascinated me. I'm in the category get busy learning or get busy dying. I correlate the learning process with stayin...
  • Pam
    Mar 18, 2018
    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Elevate is a wonderful summary of the best, scientifically backed, actions individuals can take to improve their own overall health and well-being. The first part of the book discusses valuable concepts that one s...
  • Connie
    Mar 23, 2018
    ?...when our awareness expands, so does our world ... and it becomes increasingly wondrous.? ~ Joseph Deitch Years ago, I devoured many of the self help books on the market, after going through a particularly rough period in my life. I learned a lot that over the years has been...
  • A. D. Paventi
    Mar 15, 2018
    Elevate is definitely not one of those books that can be stopped and started often; you have to devote time to reading it through at least once, then go back and reread each section with the purpose of taking notes!  Author Joseph Deitch catches the reader's attention with honest t...
  • Tate
    Mar 23, 2018
    First of all, thank you to BookishFirst for letting me read this book in advance. and thank you to the author for the awesome swag! I have to admit I was a bit skeptical. Most self-help books provide good information, but seem to have their fair share of "crazy." Elevate is the firs...
  • Jim
    Mar 04, 2018
    I won this book on Goodreads. This book is a fascinating look into one's mindset. At times I felt vulnerable looking at my biases and concepts towards things in my life. The concepts that I want to utilize and takeaway for myself is to "ask" and to "listen." These are just two points t...
  • Audrey Adamson
    Apr 24, 2018
    Elevate is an inspirational self-help book that is a little too broad to truly help me on a personal level. Elevate contains a lot of theory. While the theory is strong (and has been shown across multiple disciplines), there are few tasks to actually help the reader [ut these into pra...
  • Energy
    Mar 27, 2018
    For me, Elevate started off similarly to The Celestine Prophecy, in that it had insights, and its goal is that of CBT, to change the way we think and process our environment. He also talks about the energy that is exchanged when we are dealing with others, another predominant aspect of...
  • PeaceLily
    Mar 27, 2018
    By omshanti I really appreciated the way the author has organized the accumulated wisdom in this book. As he says, "It's not my wisdom, it's our wisdom." He's collected and organized wisdom from both Eastern and Western philosophies into a very readable and logical format, with two ...
  • Wanda C
    Apr 15, 2018
    What a great book. I enjoyed every page. For example, "Programming 101: What is Your Language" is about the power of words. In a busy world with a lot of noise coming at us, this book simplifies what we should already know, but may not be able to comprehend because of the noise and req...
  • Marco
    Jun 28, 2018
    This is a book for anyone with lots of how-to on creating a life that's free from stress and negativity and a focus on self-work. From lifestyle to boardrooms, from everyday to long term, Deitch covers everything with 5 insights for awarenesses of our lives and 10 skills that prove ...
  • Kristin
    Apr 21, 2018
    I feel like by stating that I have not been able to pick up a nugget of wisdom (just yet anyway) and elevate myself beyond my limitations, that I fall into the same group of people the book warns the reader against. However, even though I have not learned anything new, I do think w...
  • Angela Gibson
    Mar 19, 2018
    Elevate is a book worth a second read. It?s written in an engaging narrative, author?s personal examples are provided, and the structure makes it easy to follow advice and progress. This book provides concepts and follows those concepts with steps and advice. There are some ...
  • Mary
    Mar 27, 2018
    Look past the bland cover and nondescript title, and you?ll see that this is not a run-of-the-mill self-help book. In an engagingly casual, encouraging voice, Deitch, a leading financial planner with a well-informed interest in personal growth (he also won a Tony Award for co-produci...
  • CoolCat
    Apr 21, 2018
    The writing is not difficult to understand. I almost made the mistake of thinking that it would be one of those books that utilized a quite terrifying range of vocabulary and I would end up not understanding it, but that was not the case here. This is an interesting approach to how we ...