Books about Self-Help

The Vowels of Personal Power

The Vowels of Personal Power 5 + 1 Ways to Liberate Your Creativity Bob McCulloch and Julia Gluck   “AN IMPORTANT ARROW in my leadership quiver.” – Stephen Thompson, Chief Inspiration Officer, Tamworth Partners Inc. “These techniques helped me build peaceful, calm, open, and solid loving relationships with my two very young children, who had lived…

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True to Life

True to Life Fifty Steps to Help You Write Your Story Beth Kaplan   “This book is fabulous: a user-friendly, down-to-earth, accessible guide to writing that simplifies the complex without making it simplistic, taking readers through the mechanics from the initial brainstorm to the final edit.” – Wendy Litner, Huffington Post, lawyer, writing student “I can’t imagine…

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The Choice

The Choice Finding Life in the Face of Adversity — Six Stories from a Therapist’s Casebook Jan Hatanaka   Now available in paperback — Jan Hatanaka’s insightful book on how people visited with great adversity can make the choice to live a life of enhanced meaning. Using her own story and five stories from her…

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Speeches That Will Leave Them Speechless

Speeches That Will Leave Them Speechless An ABC Guide to Magnifying Your Speaking Success Kathryn MacKenzie   “… a one-stop shop for all your speaking needs. If you master the concepts in this book, you will master the art of public speaking and you will be the kind of speaker others sign up and line…

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Organizing Outside the Box

Organizing Outside the Box Conquer Clutter Using Your Natural Learning style Hellen Buttigieg and Sari Brandes   YOU’D LIKE TO GET ORGANIZED. You need to get organized. But every time you try, you feel like a square peg in a round hole. Nothing ever seems to work. The secret — as revealed in this clear, concise, and compelling book…

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It’s Your Time

It’s Your Time Information and Exercises To Get You Ready For a Great Retirement Donna McCaw   According to retirement expert Donna McCaw, successful retirees approach their retirement the way an experienced outdoors person approaches a canoe trip, by over-preparing and then going with the flow. Like a canoe trip, retirement can be both safe and…

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Finding My Way

Finding My Way And How You Can Find Yours Ray Pons   “Finding My Way is a straight-to-the-heart, no-nonsense book with well-timed hits to the funny bone. Enjoyable and truly inspiring.” – Bob Gray, CSP, HoF, Memory Edge Corporation The true-life story of how one man moved from the trials of employment to the triumphs of self-employment. After…

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Awesome at Being Awesome

Awesome at Being Awesome A Self-Help Book for People Who Hate Self-Help Books Danny Pehar   When you were a kid you dreamed of building spaceships and being a superhero. Everything was magic, everything was awesome. But then you suffered disappointments: weight issues, relationship problems, money troubles, career troubles. Eventually the impossible was no longer…

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