In a world with so many distractions, so many obligations, it is easy to simply check things off a “To Do” list and forget to actually live life.
In this short but powerful read, you will understand the importance of knowing what your values are, using your values to develop a vision and taking action so you can live your best life. The Burtons share their knowledge and experience of how to achieve fulfillment and stay on track with the things that really matter in life. Viva La Vida has become a #1 best seller. Read this press release to learn more about the book.
What People Are Saying:
“What a great read and thought provoking book. This book will leave you ready to take action and living your life full out, with purpose and passion to make a difference in the world!” – Melony Buenger
“Charlotte and Delvin’s first book together is a compelling and motivating read. Through personal examples, they share in simple terms, how to live an action-packed life filled with meaning and impact. In our busy lives today, with so many diversions and obligations, this book should be a top priority!”
“Great read! Definitely got some great insight and ways/reasons to focus more. Thank you!” – Michael Jones
“Great read. Inspirational clear and concise.” – Patricia Cornet
“A good reference that can quickly spark thinking for people who may feel stagnant as they are trying to assess how to follow their dreams. Practical, genuine, and easy to follow. The return on investment was instant upon completing the book.” – Shamika Williams
“I read “Viva la Vida”. WOW!! It was so inspirational! I could not stop reading it until the end. I strongly recommend it to all age, gender, and ethnic groups as well as married couples- especially newlyweds. Collectively, the book provides the most healthy messages for designing a fulfilling marriage and lifestyle that I can imagine. Thank you so much for sharing it with me.” – Dr. Sherle Boone
“I read “Viva la Vida” and thought it was great. To the point, upbeat and easy to read. I too made choices so that my work life could reflect my values – funny how at the time I felt I had failed because I did not succeed in the competitive, unsupportive environment. My parents raised me to believe that as long as I work 3x as hard, I should be able to succeed anywhere. The truth is that in the wrong environment nobody notices your strengths, only your weakness and the longer you stay the more you are killing yourself!” – Nicole Edwards
“Viva la Vida” is one of the best short stories I have read in a long time. I was intrigued and inspired at every turn. The new meaning of Viva will always remain with me. Identifying one’s values, creating a vision from those values and executing an action plan from that vision, is a transformative idea. Once one embarks upon that journey, life can never be the same! I cannot wait to take an introspective look at my values and create my own action plan. I also cannot wait to put this book in the hands of young people that I mentor. The Burtons left me with a feeling of inspiration and suspense. I can’t wait to see what their next adventure will be, as they are a couple on a mission! – Petula Fraser-Davies