- The Winner of the Tablet AND How Much Did We Raise For The ROYAL MARINES CHARITABLE TRUST?
- How hypnotherapy can help with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Duncan’s weight loss and mud run challenge
- Duncan’s Weight Loss Challenge – Part 7 How did I do after 90 days? The results are in
- How to improve the appearance of your skin, what ever your age or skin type
Recommended Self Development Products
The Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle
Ekhart Tolle’s message is simple: living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. And while this message may not seem stunningly original or fresh, Tolle’s clear writing, supportive voice and enthusiasm make this an excellent manual for anyone who’s ever wondered what exactly “living in the now” means. Foremost, Tolle is a world-class teacher, able to explain complicated concepts in concrete language. More importantly, within a chapter of reading this book, readers are already holding the world in a different container–more conscious of how thoughts and emotions get in the way of their ability to live in genuine peace and happiness.
How to Win Friends and Influence People & Others by Dale Carnegie
The most successful self-help book of all time… Carnegie has never seemed more relevant –The Times
A no-nonsense guide to being a better person…an easy-to-read, practical guide –Spirit and Destiny
“It’s helped me immeasurably in life. I think everyone should read it”
—Jenny Colgan, Independent on Sunday
“It changed my life”
—Warren Buffett, interview with Evan Davis, BBC2 26th October 2009
Think and grow rich – Napolean Hill
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill
If you asked me to recommend to you the single best book I have ever read, my answer would be a very definite “Think and Grow Rich”.
First published in 1937, this is the end product of two decades of research conducted by Napoleon Hill. His research started when Andrew Carnegie (the steel tycoon who was then the richest man on earth) gave him the assignment of organizing a Philosophy of Personal Achievement. Hill, who was a poor journalist, armed with just an introductory letter from Carnegie, set out to interview over five hundred successful people including Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, John D. Rockefeller, George Eastman, William Wrigley Jr. and Charles M. Schwab. Hill then revealed the priceless wisdom of his research in the form of the thirteen steps to success (in Think and Grow Rich) and the seventeen principles of success (in courses and lectures he conducted).
Chicken Soup for the Soul and others by Jack Canfield
It’s like home-made chicken soup that warms the chill and heals the ill. This collection of 101 stories is based on the belief that true testimonies of goodness and loving transformations can nourish us to the bone and heal the cynicism in our hearts. Indeed, nearly every story seeps in deeply. It’s hard not to shed a tear of gratitude, feeling thrilled to have been touched and soothed so easily. Some of the authors are famous, such as Dan Millman, who writes an exquisite vignette on “Courage,” and Gloria Steinem, who writes of “The Royal Knights of Harlem.” Many, however, have a short, simple story to tell about an event, a person, an everyday miracle that exemplifies the best of the human spirit.
Two of America’s best-loved inspirational speakers team up to share recipes for Spiritual healing–stories that represent the prime ingredients of what is possible, that warm the heart, delight the spirit, and confirm our right to be more fully human. —Amazon.com