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    Author: Paul B. Beckwith

    ISBN: 10: 1844016269 ISBN:13: 978-1844016266

    Do you operate on a budget?  And if so do you keep within the budget?  Do you find yourself scrambling to figure out where your salary has gone after only a short week or two into the month?  Maybe this book is for you…




    Author: John Ryder

    ISBN-10: 160037364X

    ISBN-13: 978-1600373640

    I came to this book with the question in mind “Can anyone be happy all of the time?”  Of course not, but Dr. John Ryder’s book Positive Directions: Shifting Polarities to Escape Stress and Increase Happiness aims to show us how we can have more control over how we see the world, related to other people and manage our stress in our daily lives.

     





    Author: Allen L. Giertz

    ISBN-10: 1589398351

    ISBN-13: 978-1589398351

    Sorry to say it but Allen Giertz’s book is one which is growing in importance day by day in America…  But Giertz’s take on this is to make unemployment a positive experience to go out and get something better for yourself.



    Author: Randy Petrick

    ISBN: 9780595481972

    Publisher: iUniverse

    One of the problems with books pertaining to money management is that very often you are preaching to the converted. Unfortunately, many individuals who would reap the most benefits aren’t very interested in reading the sage advice that is dished out. Perhaps, Randy Petrick’s Money Games will overcome this reluctance and provide much needed money management counsel to a good portion of our population. He has come up with a novel approach in exploring how best to manage one’s money.

     




    Author: Paul Damien, Ph.D

    Publisher: Synergy Books

    ISBN: 978-1-934454-14-5

    With Help: Debunking the Outrageous Claims of Self-Help Gurus, Paul Damien aims his sights on a class of trendy books that he describes as sinister and authored by some well-known masters of the game, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Rhonda Bryne, Dr. Fritjof Capra and Dr. Scott Peck. As indicated in the Preface, the motive of the book is to critique and parody these so-called “gurus.”  It should be pointed out, as mentioned, some of the arguments advanced are thanks to Professor Ernest Geller, based on his insightful book, Words and Things.










     



    "Removing Mental Limits"

    Author: Jen Blackert

    ISBN: 978-1434811721

    Publisher: Create Space

    Author Jen Blackert recognizes that today’s self-help audiences are looking for easy-to-read descriptions of the thoughts patterns that inhibit our growth in so many ways and ideas for changing them. She delivers that in Seven Dragons and her entertaining writing style engages the reader right from the beginning.

     



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