I know I talk about great self development books a lot, but that’s largely because I get asked about them a lot.
Literally a week never passes without either a client or some random person asking me to recommend a book on one or more aspects of self development.
Today I’m going to take a slightly different tack.
Rather than just list my personal favorites I’m going to compile a collection of books that I
Yes indeed, although I’m pretty sure last December only happened a month or so ago, the end of 2011 is almost upon us.
As such here is my yearly round up of what I think are the best Life Coaching and self development books to hit the streets so you can rush out and buy them all, or risk living a meaningless existence.
Ok, that maybe a slight over-exaggeration, but they are all very good,
You probably think it’s a bit odd me throwing my best self development and Life Coaching books of 2011 at you with half the year to go, right?
I guess it is, but I thought as it’s holiday time and people are heading off on vacations it would be cool to share with you 4 brilliant must read books that you’ll want to pack along with your Bermuda shorts, sombrero and stuffed donkey when you
As you almost certainly know, my co-author with How To Be Rich and Happy, is John P Strelecky. John has had self development best sellers all over the wold. Only recently his brilliant business book, which is one of my favorites of all time ‘The Big Five For Life’ was #1 in Germany.
When he’s not backpacking round the world or speaking to large audiences on such topics as leadership and success, he can quite
After my previous post on the 10 best self development books of 2010 I’ve had a few people ask me what my my top self development books of all time are, so today I thought I’d take a stab at answering that.
The following books are the ones that have stand the test of time for me, and me alone. What I mean by that is that I am fully aware that books like The
I usually wrap up the year by reviewing the best books on self development that were published during the preceding 12 months. I thought I’d pull it forward a week or two this year though just in case you are wondering about last minute stocking fillers for friends and family.
Not only am I going to list my top 10 non-fiction books, but I’m also going to order them. Let’s face it, it doesn’t get
Rarely these days do I read a non-fiction book that blows me away.
I’m not sure whether that’s a product of reading so many self development and Life Coaching books, that I seldom find anything truly unique. Or that I’m just becoming more cynical as I age. Maybe it’s a bit of both.
David Rock’s brilliant book Your Brain At Work (AL) was a rare exception and probably the best self development book I have
The thing that most attracted me to Deepak Chopra’s latest book, Muhammad: The Last Prophet is also the thing that in some ways makes me think I’m least able to review it objectively. And that is my previous total and utter ignorance of the life of Mohammad and the history of the Muslim faith.
I can go even further and say it’s not only the history. I know very little about modern day Islam outside