Recommended Personal Development Books
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My Voice Will Go With You by Milton Erikson
Radical Forgiveness by Colin Tipping
The Power of Now
Jesus Among Other Gods
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I recommend anything by Ravi Zacharias. Am just starting “Jesus. Among Other Gods—the absolute claims of the Christian message” by Ravi Zacharias. Zachariah is an India born, Christian apologist. His writing is sometimes above my head and so I have to slow down my reading speed and frequently reread sentences and paragraphs, in order to grasp what he is saying. As an apologist, he uses logic to build his position, from start to finish. Makes me very glad to have had a philosophy class in college. It is mind stimulating to see logic used in explaining a position. In this book, Zacharias will be looking at the claims of Jesus, and then contrast them with Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam. I’m looking forward to seeing his thoughts and thought process.
I highly recommend the book of Milton Erickson.
Through his story telling, metaphors he surprises the client and as readers and bring us in an elegant way from where the client is to where he wants to go.
Milton is the most influential hypnotherapist of our times.
As a coach, I am often reminded to his linguistic patterns and metaphors to bring the client where he wants to go with no effort involved for both myself and the client.
“It seems to me that later on neither I nor anyone else will be interested in the musings of a thirteen-year old school girl. Oh well, it doesn’t matter. I feel like writing.”
This is the start of Anne Frank’s Diary. She was so wrong. This is truly a book that changes your outlook on the world forever.
One more quote: “I know what I want.I have a goal, I have an opinion, I have a religion, I have love.Let me be myself and then I am satisfied. I know that I’m a woman, with inward strength and plenty of courage.” And lastly: “How wonderful it is that no-one needs to wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”