Spiritually speaking,

change begins with the self. Oneself. It is the journey from the inner critic to the personal hero. A slight change of perspective can initiate that change within yourself. Instead of being your own worst critic you can become your own best friend. This will affect how others view and think of you on a day to day basis. Instead of expecting others to assert who you are, why not begin by letting others see who you truly are? The truth is, if you are not happy with the person you see in the mirror, no-one else will be.

Living according to who you truly are, through your actions, intentions and deeds, and not according to others' expectations means that this authentic vibe will begin to radiate outwardly and boost inner self belief. It Will be mirrored back to you as you interact with others in the experiences you have, and in the positive relationships and friendships you begin to form and nurture in a more conscious manner. Remember change begins within yourself, only you can transform how others see you.


Stephen R. Covey
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Powerful Lessons in Personal Change
This book was first published in 1989 and has sold in huge numbers around the world. Stephen Covey worked for IBM's Executive Development Program developing material on communication and perception. He came to the realization of how deeply bedded our perceptions are, he says, "It taught me that we must look at the lens through which we see the world, as well as at the world we see, and that the lens itself shapes how we interpret the world." Read book review in PS Magazine.

Daniel Goleman
Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ
Daniel Goleman pub. Bloomsbury 1996.
In this fascinating book, based on brain and behavioural research, Daniel Goleman argues that our IQ- idolizing view of intelligence is far too narrow.

Viktor E. Frankl
Man's Search for Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl, pub. Beacon Press, Boston, Mass. 1959. Dr. Frankl was a Jewish prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp, except for his sister, his whole family was murdered in the camps. This book is about the survival of a man's integrity under the most extreme conditions. This book is a unique record of the strength of the human spirit and is strongly recommended.

Susan Jeffers
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway: How to Turn Your Fear and Indecision into Confidence, Susan Jeffers pub. Rider 1997. A book of advice on how to cope with fear of various kinds of experience, such as public speaking, self-assertion, decision-making, intimacy, being alone, ageing, losing a loved one, and ending a relationship.


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