Contents of the ‘Personal Development’ Category

postheadericon Above Life’s Turmoil

Above Life's TurmoilBy James Allen

In this practical and spiritual guide, James Allen illustrates how to shut out the noise from outside to place the spotlight on the enlightenment of the inner self.

Allen, one of the most popular writers on inspiration and the power of thought of the 20th century, is best known for his work As a Man Thinketh.

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postheadericon An Iron Will

An Iron WillBy Orison Swett Marden

Orison Swett Marden says “There are three kinds of people in the world: the wills, the won’ts, and the can’ts. The first accomplish everything; the second oppose everything; the third fail in everything.” Are you of the second or third kind?

Do you wish you knew how to be more successful in life?

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postheadericon As a Man Thinketh

As a Man ThinkethBy James Allen

“All that we achieve and all that we fail to achieve is the direct result of our own thoughts.”

A classic work in the truest sense, few books have been so widely read as “As a Man Thinketh”, have stood the test of time so well, and have had such an immense impact on generations of readers. The reason for this is that it conveys such a simple, yet profound message: You are what you think.

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postheadericon Get Balance in Your Life

Get Balance in Your LifeBy Clive Boyett

How to Balance Your Life as a Busy, Stressed-Out Individual

The characteristics of modern society are a combination of long working hours, stress, bad diet and lack of exercise and can lead to an excess of health-related problems. Yet, we feel pressurized to have it all – a big house, two smart cars, a career, and a family. But you need to review these demands in life and decide what your priorities are.

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postheadericon How to Use Your Mind

How to Use Your MindBy Harry D. Kitson

A Psychology of Study

“How to Use Your Mind” is an exceptionally practical handbook on how you can use your mind more effectively to achieve better results in your studies.

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postheadericon The Master Key System

The Master Key SystemBy Charles F. Haanel

The Master Key System unlocks the door to the secrets of the law of attraction and the underlying principles of success and prosperity. It was first written as a 24-part course early in the last century and later on compiled into book form.

The ideas were so radical at the time that the book was banned in certain places and fell into obscurity. Only a number of original copies could be obtained at exorbitant prices and the book became a must-have for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs during the Internet boom.

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postheadericon The Power of Thought

The Power of ThoughtBy Henry Thomas Hamblin

“The Power of Thought” will appeal to all seeking to improve their lives, whether by the practical application of thought or through following a more spiritual path.

The power of thought is an astonishing energy and the greatest power which mankind has at its disposal. What a person thinks is the mainspring of all of his or her actions. It is the power which can make the highest achievements possible. It is the power by which difficulties can be conquered, disadvantages of birth and parentage overcome, and by which life can be beautified, inspired and energized with God-given powers.

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postheadericon The Science of Being Great

The Science of Being GreatBy Wallace D. Wattles

Discover timeless wisdom and practical information on the power of thought, positive self-esteem and personal achievement from the secrets buried in a long forgotten classic book from 1911.

“The Science of Being Great” is the third part in Wallace D. Wattles’ series that started with “The Science of Getting Rich” and “The Science of Being Well”.

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postheadericon The Science of Being Well

The Science of Being WellBy Wallace D. Wattles

Discover timeless wisdom and practical health information from a long forgotten classic book from 1910.

“The Science of Being Well” is the second part in Wallace D. Wattles’ series that started with “The Science of Getting Rich”. Wallace D. Wattles explains to us that many of the principles of good health are under our control. We have control over the food we eat, how we breathe and how well we sleep. Yet these seem to be skills that we have mainly forgotten, as demonstrated by the increasing number of illnesses and chronic diseases in our modern lifestyle.

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postheadericon Time: Your Ally or Your Enemy?

Time: Your Ally or Your Enemy?By Clive Boyett

Get Time on Your Side with Effective Time Management Techniques

‘Tempus Fugit’, or Time Flies as expressed in Latin, is a saying that is very relevant in our modern lives. We would often feel the urgency of life, the rapid changes of our environment, and the fast mobility of people and work.

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postheadericon Within You is the Power

Within You is the PowerBy Henry Thomas Hamblin

Within You is the Power shows us there is a power lying hidden in mankind, by the use of which any person can rise to higher and better things in life.

The object of this book is to help people to bring their inward powers of mind and spirit into expression, wisely and in harmony with the laws of life and to build up character. There is no way whereby the discipline of life can be avoided.

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