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The C.A.T. Principle: Change, Action, Trust - Words to Live By, a self-help book about managing change, taking action and developing trust, takes first place in the Non-Fiction Self-Help category of the 2014 Global Ebook Awards.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 02, 2014
"We live in a time when people fear change, fear action, and lack trust, and it's these challenges that The C.A.T. Principle addresses," says Albert Bolter, Toronto author of this now award-winning book.
The book explains change, action and trust in a unique and effective way making it an easy, quick and enjoyable read for people of all ages and backgrounds.
Based upon wide ranging experiences from training to be an air force pilot, brokering commercial real estate in a reunited Berlin, and working in Miami at the peak of the Great Recession, The C.A.T. Principle offers a unique, concise, easy to understand perspective on change, action and trust. In addition to dealing with life change, the book outlines the necessity of leading an action-filled life while performing everything we do from a foundation of trust.
"I'm absolutely thrilled that The C.A.T. Principle won GOLD at the 2014 Global Ebook Awards in Santa Barbara," says Bolter. "It's truly an honor to have The C.A.T. Principle recognized by such a prestigious award!"
With more than 200 judges and in its fifth year, the Global Ebook Awards based in Santa Barbara, California, honors and brings attention to Ebooks in more than 72 categories. They are open to all publishers, large and small, so that a winner is the best in its category, not just the best of small or regionally published Ebooks. Most Ebooks are available as printed books as well.
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