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Overview Argues that people are conditioned to believe in their limitations rather than their capabilities, and suggests ways to become more aware of one's potential
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.8" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1988
ISBN 051509479X ISBN13 9780515094794
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What you think of me is now of my business Jan 27, 2008
I found this book to be very helpful. It has made me more aware of how I handle situations and why I handle them in the way I do, and how to improve and enpower myself to be more positive and happy.
It is about me and that's the good news! Oct 3, 2007
I began my personal growth journey years ago. The fact that I missed reading Terry Cole-Whittaker's work surprises me on one hand and delights me on the other...I just finished reading this gem, laughing, breathing deeply, savoring this perspective. It is in such alignment with who and where I am! Being reminded that 'my happiness is my responsibility and is not dependent on your behavior' is but one of the things that affirms that my life experience is an "inside job." I've been listening to Abraham CDs and attending workshops for some years now and when this book was mentioned, I bought one copy for myself and 5 for special people with whom I wanted to share. Her use of the words "God" and "Heavenly Father" initially distracted me. I quickly tranlasted them into "my" vocabulary and "all was truly well!"
Misleading Title; Weak Information Sep 19, 2007
For those who choose to put their faith in themselves rather than something "out there," I'd like to suggest a couple of excellent titles that will encourage you to disregard what others say/do and build your self-esteem. My hubsand and I (both in our fifties and self-help, motivational junkies) actually had life-changing experiences with Larry Winget's "Shut Up, Stop Whining, and Get A Life" (and yes, Larry believes in God), as well as Randy Gage's "Why You're Dumb, Sick, and Broke." (Randy also has a strong belief system.)
Don't be offended or mislead by the titles. Both men are big-time motivational speakers who really have something to say and who teach you why others want you to buy their opinions . . . and how to build a solid foundation of self-esteem based on your own strengths.
And if you need a solidly-based kick in the derriere, try anything by Tony Robbins. You can't feel bad about yourself listening to or watching Tony.
I hope this helps someone out there . . . .
What you think of me is none of my business Sep 8, 2006
The book was very helpful in my search for answers in my quest for self development. The book is a must for the beginner who are questioning there life and the way others influence us with there opinions and ideas.
If you want a good motivational read, go someplace else Apr 26, 2006
This has to be the worst book that i have read in a long time, she write's with a bunch of double talking never really giving clear idea's. Reading the title it sounds like a good read, one that would help you to get a better prospective on life. But instead she alluded to the idea that there is no "right and wrong" in life rather just state's of mind. If you want inspirational thinking and idea mining go read "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill.