Real, not perfect is a self-help book written with the intention to create a happier and authentic self. It provokes the mind with questions like how do you define yourself? Or what are you afraid of?
Real Resilience is a self-help book geared to create a healthier and fitter you. It enables the capacity to recover quality from difficulties and the tougher sides of life. It sets your mind to think right, be positive and how to turn your thoughts… Continue Reading “Real Resilience by Selwa Hamati Berbawy (Book Review #1055)￼”
What I’ve learned is a self-help book dedicated to those who are in constant need to be perfect and how tiresome this can become. The book explains how she has learned to love and embrace a more meaningful and transformative life. Although Judgment and… Continue Reading “What I’ve Learned Dr. Diane Gross (Book Review #1047)”
The power of pivoting is a self-help book teaching you how to deal with changes. Many things change in our lives. Relationships, carers, finances, and friends all come and go, but the author enables us to expect the unexpected and learn to lean into… Continue Reading “The Power of Pivoting by Monica Ortega (Book Review #1048)”
Discover your personal truth is a self-help book geared towards those who wish to make a change in their life. The book enables you to look around and use the signs presented. Inclinations used as positivity and optimism are necessary, and examples are provided… Continue Reading “Discover Your Personal Truth: Ditch the Excuses and Start Living a Real Life (The Real Life Series) By Jill Reid (Book Review #1038)￼”
The triumph of the man who acts is a self-help book for anyone looking to live a healthier way. It discusses the challenges we face and how we should work. Efficiency is the key, and to reach happiness, one needs to maintain wellness in… Continue Reading “The Triumph of the Man Who Acts by Edward Earle Purinton (Book Review #1031)”
Garden of Grief is a self-help book about grieving and how to deal with loss. The author is familiar with the matter as she, too, has dealt with it. The book is a personal telling of how things have worked out for her and… Continue Reading “Garden of Grief by Lori Koidahl (Book Review #1013)”
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)”
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.