Going Deeper and Sharing Insights you

 this part is due by 11/13/2021 and shouldn’t be more than 1.5 pages
attached to this order is a list of books names, you need to choose one of the books you can read or you already read. After reading your book, create a book review outline responding to the following information:

Name of the Book
Author of the book
Why did the author write the book?
List three of the author’s major tenets or recommendations.
Which ideas in the book can be compared or contrasted with ideas from the textbook (identify a quote to explain in the paper)?
Which ideas in the book can be compared or contrasted with the videos shared in the course (identify a quote to explain in the paper)?
Which ideas in the book can be compared or contrasted with one or more peer posts (identify a quote to explain in the paper)?
How will you apply the author’s ideas?

Number your answers. Your answers should be brief, 1-3 sentences each. This is simply an outline of your thoughts. You will expand on each of the questions and quotes when you write your book report paper. 

This Second Part is due by 11/21/2021 and should be about 2.5 pages

The purpose of this assignment is to provide an opportunity to explore more deeply ONE of the life management topics discussed in modules 1-5. 
In 2-1/2 pages, in a Word document, write a non-fiction book review and personal reflection based on the major tenets in the book you just read. Your review should contain the following paragraphs in the following order:

Paragraph 1: Provide a concise summary of the book
Paragraph 2: Compare the ideas presented by the author of your chosen book (share a direct quote) to the Life Management textbook (share a direct quote),
Paragraph 3: Compare the ideas presented by the author of your chosen non-fiction book (share a direct quote) to one or more video resources throughout the course (share a direct quote)
Paragraph 4: Compare the ideas presented by the author of your chosen non-fiction book (share a direct quote) to comments from specifically named peers (share name and a direct discussion quote) presented in the course.
Paragraph 5: Are the author’s major tenets practical, doable, and/or helpful? Explain your response. 
Paragraph 6: Describe how the author’s ideas from the book you selected can be applied to your life.