- Be a Winner By Boosting Your Self Esteem by Janice Davies (US$14.90)
- If You’re a Dog, You Gotta Bark by Martin Gray (US9.99)
- Inside Your Mind by Stephanie Philp (US$15)
- Better Questions to be More Optimistic by Lindsay Tighe (US$9.95)
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- Be a
Winner By Boosting your Self Esteem. Low self esteem destroys lives,
careers and relationships, so if low self-esteem is a challenge for you or for
someone you love, then this book is a must-read. It includes definitions,
quotes and self-help exercises to assist you to work towards your greatness. You
- 4 definitions of self-esteem
- 5 activities to boost your self-esteem
- 5 activities to boost another person's self-esteem
- Activities to boost a child's
You’re a Dog, You Gotta Bark. If you’ve ever felt "I can't go on like
this anymore: how do I get out of this mess and live a life I really would
enjoy?" then you will love Martin Gray's book because Martin is passionate about
people being able to express themselves; to BE themselves; to be creative in
their life and to reach their own, un-restricted potential.
He found himself following the ‘success' credo - which resulted in him having a complete nervous breakdown. During some dark days, he went through periods of self doubt, semi-depression and dissatisfaction. But during those black times, he also began to get insights into who he was and what he really wanted to do with his life. Great read.
- You're going to love learning
more about what goes on, 'Inside Your Mind' and using the
skills in this highly interactive, multi-sensory E Book to enhance your thinking
processes and ignite your success. This is real practical stuff you can
* How to make subtle changes to your mental maps to enhance how you feel
* How to consciously take control of feeling good more often!
* How thinking occurs and how you create your mental maps
* How to change tiny aspects of your thinking processes so you're more motivated
- Better Questions To Be More Optimistic. Pessimists never see or describe themselves as pessimist; they are more inclined to call themselves ‘realists'. But think about that. Does reality always have to be dark? Do we always have to look on the negative side? Does the worst thing that could ever happen, ever actually happen?