Tag: self help

Rise above disruption by Khaled Khorshid (Book Review #981)

Rise above disruption is a self-help book about finding your Zen. The author tells his story and lets you know personal and honest things about his life before providing insightful and thoughtful methods on how to be better.

Health Mind Soul by Jeff Simpson (Book Review #977)

Health mind soul is a self-help book providing 8 steps to finding your inner peace. The book is geared for anyone who wants to make real-life changes. The author wishes the reader to aim big and emphasizes that life is too short.

Ahead of the curve by Mabel Hsin, M.D. (Book Review 974)

Ahead of the curve is a self-help book teaching us how to cope with COVID-19 and live a happier life. The author uses her findings to teach us control over the mind, spirit, and body.

Falling into all by Ben. R. Teeter (Book Review #966)

Falling into all is a poetry book containing a collection of musings and lyrical sayings influenced by spiritual teachings across cultures. The poems can be used as quotations and prompts. They embody elements that could assist in refocusing life on yourself.

Self-reflect to self-correct by Ray Stith (Book Review #927)

Self-reflect to self-correct is a motivational and relatable book geared for people searching for material that teaches you a lesson on attitude, decision-making, execution, and perseverance.

The Art and Science of Meditation by Lisa Erickson (Bok Review #926)

The art and science of meditation is a self-help book geared to help you deepen and personalize your practice. The author aims to overcome challenges and enhance human spirituality by integrating meditation techniques to create an ideal world for the reader. Scientific research has… Continue Reading “The Art and Science of Meditation by Lisa Erickson (Bok Review #926)”

House on Fire: How to Prevent Conflict and “Arsonist” Behaviors from Burning Down Your Company by Thomas Brown (Book Review #952)

House on fire is a well-written guidebook for those in management at executive and board levels, and it teachers them how to disparage conflict and prevent it from happening. The literature is written well and is helpful for anyone, not just business owners. It… Continue Reading “House on Fire: How to Prevent Conflict and “Arsonist” Behaviors from Burning Down Your Company by Thomas Brown (Book Review #952)”

Fully Alive: Using Your Individuality to Conquer Addiction by Michael J. Surdyka (Book Review #925)

Entirely Alive is a self-help book for anyone who is struggling with addiction. It is a beautifully written statement filled with inspirational methods, strategies, work questions, assessments, and a practically mapped-out proposal for a recovery plan.

Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)

Real-life is a self-help book about the possibility of making a fresh start in life and creating another chance for being happy and content in life. It is easy to get caught up in the routine of things, and when things fall apart, we… Continue Reading “Real Life: We breathe, We sleep, We eat … And In-between, We Live by Jill Reid (Book Review #913)”