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Self-Help Books Have A New Outlet
By: Motivational Day staff writer Mike Shelby
Motivational Day book reviews will be classified by genre and then again by sub-topic--ensuring visitors get exactly what they are searching for. The reviews will cover self-help books on women, men, teenagers, relationships, happiness, business, top 10, and much more. After they introduce a new sub-topic, visitors of the site will be granted handy updates via blog post & twitter. In addition, staff will provide regular site wide news updates.
Each genre reviewed will showcase five book suggestions made by the Motivational Day staff, one of which will be their featured book of that group. After reading the initial review, visitors will be able to click on the book’s picture or title for more information regarding that work. If at any time visitors feel a certain title was omitted and should be considered for upcoming reviews, they are encouraged to send an email for that title’s consideration.
The first sub-topic discussed in the new self-help book review section is Best Self-Help Books. This category is packed with great reads such as: Helping Me Help Myself, Brain Rules, Get Off Your “But”, Broken Open, and Time Warrior. Beth Lisick’s Helping Me Help Myself takes the stiffness that is found in many books in this field, and adds a good bit of humor. Not to be mistaken with a joke however, Helping Me Help Myself provides ample tools for dealing successfully with life difficulties.
Dr. John Medina takes us on a journey of the left and right sides of our cerebral minds to uncover why we do the things that we do. Brain Rules answers questions for us like: How do we comprehend new ideas, how does stress affect us, and are we really able to accurately perform multiple tasks simultaneously?
Any one writer that can celebrate having a U.S. President write a recommendation for their book deserves a read. Author Sean Stephenson utilizes individual accounts and prominent case studies in his well received self-help book Get Off Your "But." Readers will learn how to get over self-doubt and insecurity that can stifle relationships, friendships, finances, and more.
Author Elizabeth Lesser co-founded one of the largest personal development centers in the country--the Omega Institute a quarter century ago. Her book, Broken Open shares the stirring stories, insight and no-nonsense guidance experienced during that time. Broken Open offers people proven means to help improve choices readers make in difficult times. Broken Open is able to tap into the spiritual realm and connect reader with the best in themselves. Getting over a work change, relationship failure, or any other regrettable circumstance will become much easier to manage with this book.
Time Warrior will totally shake up how readers approach and utilize their time. Author Steve Chandler takes the position of approaching new and old to-do-list items in a non-linear manner. He simplifies his approach into two categories: attacking things that can and should be done immediately, and setting a future date to address items that cannot be immediately dealt with. Chandler says this frees the mind of burden and in doing so, one can take immediate action on what remains. With the aid of Time Warrior, procrastination will be a thing of the past. For more on these, and other self-help books, visit us at http://www.motivationalday.com/
Page Updated Last on: Apr 08, 2014