The 3 Things That Will Change Your Destiny Today! CAN YOUR ENTIRE LIFE CHANGE FOR THE BETTER IN JUST A FEW HOURS? Paul McKenna Ph.D. has helped people from all walks of life and helped them to change their lives for the better. He has investigated nearly every method of therapy, coaching and personal change available, and as a result has recently created an amazing new system that could help you breakthrough in the areas of your life you truly want to! If you’re ready to . . . Have infinitely more power over the direction of your life? Uncover the secrets of luck, confidence and motivation? Feel like you are the master of your own destiny? Release your true potential? Become the person you were born to be? Then let Paul McKenna help you! He has discovered and crafted a simple set of processes that you can be guided through in a matter of hours. Paul McKenna wants to help you to clear the past of blocks or negative experiences and get in touch with the very best of who you truly are so you can live more happily in the present. Let Paul McKenna help you get in touch with what you really want and focus your mind and body with an unstoppable passion to fulfil your destiny!
The Magic Of Thinking Big More than 6 million readers around the world have improved their lives by reading The Magic of Thinking Big . First published in 1959, David J Schwartz′s classic teachings are as powerful today as they were then. Practical, empowering and hugely engaging, this book will not only inspire you, it will give you the tools to change your life for the better - starting from now. His step-by-step approach will show you how to: - Defeat disbelief and the negative power it creates - Make your mind produce positive thoughts - Plan a concrete success-building programme - Do more and do it better by turning on your creative power - Capitalise on the power of NOW Updated for the 21st century, this is your go-to guide to a better life, starting with the way you think.
The Second Half Of Your Life NEW EDITION - COMPLETELY REVISED AND UPDATED WITH NEW CHAPTERS ADDED. The Second Half of Your Life is a groundbreaking book which offers advice and answers to women in the second half of their life. Using the hormonal changes that occur around menopause as a springboard to transition from a woman’s reproductive years to her self-productive years, Shaw Ruddock gives positive, life-affirming guidance on how to make the second half of life, the best half. Drawing on extensive experience, research and interviews, Jill Shaw Ruddock explores what can hold women back at this important stage in their lives, and how to harness the new-found focus this stage in life brings i.e. the rest of your life. This revised and updated edition ( including The Science of Hormones and the new chapter, Looking Your Best without Plastic Surgery ) will inspire women to rethink what it means to grow older. The book has been heralded as ‘one of the most important women’s books for a decade’, ‘ground-breaking’, ‘inspirational’ and ‘the manual for women in the second half of their life’. Providing practical hands-on advice on how to harness the power of the oestrogen-free mind to make the most of new opportunities, Ruddock covers everything from money to the mind, dating to divorce, exercise to eating, and the libido to looking your best. The Second Half of Your Life is an inspiring, motivating read that gives women a framework to create a game plan to help overcome many of the obstacles faced in the second half of life.
Wake Up!: Escaping a Life on Autopilot We all know the feeling of driving a long distance and arriving at our destination with little memory of the journey. That′s because when we are doing routine activities our subconscious takes over to save energy: we are on autopilot.This doesn′t just happen when we drive. It happens every day when we are at work, with our loved ones, or simply living our lives. Wake Up! is a series of experiments designed to help you break free from this trap. From climbing a tree to writing a letter, here are a year′s worth of balanced, playful experiences that will engage your imagination and stimulate your senses.By escaping autopilot more often you′ll feel tuned in, tap in to who you really are, and make every day count.
The Little Book Of Emotional Intelligence: How To Flourish In A Crazy World Emotional Intelligence is an immediately accessible, outcome-focused primer on the topic of EQ, which provides practical, no-nonsense life advice and takes a sideways look at a world which is overwhelming at times. Funny, colorful and profound, this book is a gripping manual for the human mind, enabling you to understand and control your emotions, communicate better, and live a happier, more balanced life. This book is perfect for people who are feeling the strain from a life that is a frenzy of work and social pressures and obligations. Such individuals are emotionally exhausted and looking for a way to react and respond better in their daily lives, and become happier.
How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life (Paperback) ′A fun, fascinating, and original book that will challenge you to become a better version of yourself′Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive What does it take to be truly happy? Should we pursue fame and fortune or the respect of our friends and family? How can we make the world a better place? Two hundred and fifty years ago, Adam Smith addressed these fundamental questions in his life-long project, The Theory of Modern Sentiments. Dwarfed by the success of Smith′s masterpiece The Wealth of Nations, The Theory of Modern Sentiments has been virtually forgotten. But when Russ Roberts finally picked up the epic tome, he realized he′d stumbled upon the greatest self-help book that almost no one has read. In How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life, Roberts reinvigorates the neglected classic to unearth a treasure trove of timeless, practical wisdom that cuts to the core of what it means to be human. It will challenge you to think about the way you treat others, the decisions you make in pursuit of happiness, and your place in the world.
Starred Review. Rubin is not an unhappy woman: she has a loving husband, two great kids and a writing career in New York City. Still, she could-and, arguably, should-be happier. Thus, her methodical (and bizarre) happiness project: spend one year achieving careful, measurable goals in different areas of life (marriage, work, parenting, self-fulfillment) and build on them cumulatively, using concrete steps (such as, in January, going to bed earlier, exercising better, getting organized, and 'acting more energetic'). By December, she′s striving bemusedly to keep increasing happiness in every aspect of her life. The outcome is good, not perfect (in accordance with one of her 'Secrets of Adulthood': 'Don′t let the perfect be the enemy of the good'), but Rubin′s funny, perceptive account is both inspirational and forgiving, and sprinkled with just enough wise tips, concrete advice and timely research (including all those other recent books on happiness) to qualify as self-help. Defying self-help expectations, however, Rubin writes with keen senses of self and narrative, balancing the personal and the universal with a light touch. Rubin′s project makes curiously compulsive reading, which is enough to make any reader happy.