coaching- The Key to Unlocking Your Potential
Carmel Wynne – Beache Key publications
very good read, similar to my own approach to coaching highly recommend for anyone interested in finding out more aobut coaching.
Empowering the SPirit- The Pathway of Life
Wa- Na – Nee – Che published by The Human Circle of Life 2007
Indigineous American writes about spirituality- finding your own path and the Hopi Prophecies. I like the approach to spirituality, again very similar to my own approach. Highly recommend.
I started it a while ago and enjoy the writing style so I anticipate this won’t take too long. :-)
is now finished.
i was frustrated in the middle because I’m familiar with similar content and I thought well I’m doing that so maybe I’m doing something wrong, but the last chapter was about persistence, and that is the key for me:
Keep on going… keep on picking myself up, the journey to success is full of failures, they are the opportunities to teach us what we need to know to be a success!!
Dilbert- The Joy of Work (Scott Adams)
and I’m a few pages away from Completing Bob Geldolf’s autobiography, unfortunately it was written in the 80’s and I’d love to read the updated version, maybe I’ll write him a letter and ask him to write it :D
- That’s 2 BOOKS IN ONE WEEK :D
I still haven’t finished the Life coaching book, but I am 6 chapters into coactive coaching, haven’t read any more of the louise hay book yet either.
I have scheduled reading time tonight and and the weekend. I’d like to finish the coaching book to return it asap then I want to finish the coactive coaching book as it’s needed for my course and the assignment I need.
I can’t wait for the course I’m going on in July, part of it is speed reading… will LOVE that! :-)
and stilla bout 30% through Life Coaching, but also started Louis Hay you can heal your life.
I’m going to read more at the weekend too! :-)
at an unconscious level I previously held the belief that sitting down reading books was lazy, not a productive effective use of my time.
Now, however my unconscious and my conscious are in agreement, that, in fact reading as many books as possible (within reason) is very valuable as reading will support the action and activities I am actively involved in.
I am 80% through Bill Cullen’s Golden Apples, an excellent read :-)
I am also 30% through a book on life coaching, also an excellent read :-)
I haven’t read more of the 7 spiritual laws of yoga as yet, but certainly will be getting back into that once I’ve finished Bill Cullen’s book, which I’m enjoying and is giving me great confidence in my skills and abilities, and motivating me to exercise more too!
the seven spiritual laws of yoga by deepak chopra and dr david simon
very good :-)
which is great, although unfortunately I did buy more books before christmas. At this point though, I do not want to buy any more books.
I have enough! :-)
I’m going to enjoy reading the wonderful books I already own, and integrrating reading time into my normal routine :-)
but guiltily I did buy more books, which I’ve justified for business reasons!! :-)
I read a book by Richard Branson, which I did in about an hour and was good motivation so I’m happy with that new purchase, and that I haven’t added it to a list of non read books :-)
I’lll be more conscious of utilising relxing time by reading :-)