9 10 2013
Dr. Wayne Dyer is a popular motivational speaker and author. His recent books include The Power of Intention, Ten Secrets For Success & Inner Peace, Getting in the Gap and Everyday Wisdom. I’ve been studying Dyer’s principles for the past 22 years and here are the top 22 lessons I’ve learned from him:
18 07 2013
David Conlin McLeod will soon release his fourth book, the prequel to the Dragon’s Tear Chronicle that began with Dancing With The Moon. David has also published Two Past Twilight and The Audition. I’m a reviewer and fan of David’s books, Two Past Twilight, http://www.myshelf.com/horror/04/twopasttwilight.htm, Dancing With The Moon, http://www.myshelf.com/horror/03/dancingwiththemoon.htm, and The Audition.
18 03 2013
Most people wish they read more.
11 02 2013
I had never given the matter much thought in the past but after an experience I enjoyed lately, I am now rather of the opinion that you can.
26 01 2013
An informative textbook confirming a newly established field: Sleep Psychiatry
10 12 2012
Research literature, recent books, and common sense, all point to the fact that there are different types, or styles, of ADHD. In the past we referred to Attention Deficit Disorder: Inattentive Type, or Impulsive/Hyperactive Type, or a Combined Type. Today the diagnostic differences are a bit less clear, but the reality doesn’t change.
4 09 2012
The movie Little Black Book features a young woman, Stacy, who is frustrated when her boyfriend refuses to share information about his past relationships. When his PDA, a Palm Tungsten C, falls into her hands, she is faced with a conundrum. Does she give it back, or does she explore it? If she gave it […]
16 09 2011
I got the headline from a public domain book I have just compiled into a pdf file and placed on my server for free download and it was written by P.T. Barnum the famous American showman entitled “The Art Of Money Getting”. In it he details how he once walked down the street past some […]
8 05 2011
Being a Life Strategy Coach doesn’t mean I’m always on top of my game, completely balanced and without my own challenges. Building a website, writing an e-book, getting a newsletter off the ground and securing clients required a great deal of work and commitment.
7 04 2011
How many times have you heard that you gotta get past the gatekeeper and get to the decision-maker to make the sale? Countless books and sales trainers have talked about this for years. Much of this advice was written for a world without voicemail.