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Category: Self-Improvement

Do What You Love by Henri Junttila

Following Your Heart to a Life of Joy and Fulfillment In a compilation of 16 essays, Do What You Love by Henri Junttila leads the reader step-by-step to an understanding of what can happen when we begin to be aware of – and listen to – our inner wisdom. This is not a new concept for most of …

The Moment – Life-Changing Stories

The Moment is about life-changing stories… of 125 writers and artists… and me. Do you recall “the moment” in your past when something so significant happened that it was literally life-changing? If so, you’ll enjoy the 125 stories in The Moment, a book of “wild, poignant, life-changing stories from 125 writers and artists famous and obscure.” In …

The Happiness of Pursuit Book Review

Chris Guillebeau’s book The Happiness of Pursuit shifted my perspective on aging Have you ever read a book that set you on a whole new path in life? Or that joggled your sense of passion and purpose into practical action? I did… and I’m on a 30-year quest because of it… from age 70 to 100. Last …

E-Cubed by Pam Grout Book Review

A heartfelt review of Pam Grout’s book E-Cubed, where she teaches us to play in the quantum field As I write the words of this book review, I sip the “Magical Weight Loss Potion” that I energetically created a few minutes earlier, using Pam Grout’s suggestions in Experiment 8. I’m proving that my beliefs are changing my physical …

“Think Like a Freak” Book Review

“Think Like A Freak” by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner If you’ve read the Freakonomics books, you’ll know that “thinking like a freak” often means going against conventional wisdom. This new book – Think Like A Freak – hammers home the idea that our biases and current set of beliefs color our decision-making more than …

Zen Driving: Relax Behind the Wheel

The book Zen Driving taught me to enjoy driving a car again Zen Driving by K. T. Berger is a remarkable book that can change your driving habits, your attitude toward other drivers on the road and, maybe even, your life. The authors are two brothers Kevin, a freelance journalist, and Todd, a California psychotherapist. Between them, they …