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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meaningfullfilled: 7 practical answers to finding what matters and changing your life by Dieter Randolph is an engaging and thought-provoking book that motivates readers to find the meaning defining them, and using what they have found to make healthy changes in the world. Everyone lives in such hectic times that remembering things has become difficult. This book is a good tool that will guide readers in finding the joy in the journey every time without being worried about the destination. This book is all about discovering self, inner growth, getting motivated, empowerment, making healthy choices, and having meaningful moments and experiences. Every chapter ends with a recap of the chapter's contents and questions, which is a good way of making readers reflect on what they have read.
Dieter Randolph speaks about the subject in a structured and simple manner, which makes it easy for readers to understand and make the required changes in their lives. The tips in Meaningfullfilled are useful to start a meaningful life by unlearning the bad qualities that have been causing roadblocks when it comes to progressing and transforming. It is a good book to make positive changes and go through the journey of life with eyes and heart open, accepting challenges, and embracing the moment. It will make readers aware of their journey and see what they are doing for their own growth without looking for rewards or the finishing line.