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You Can Change Your Life

Author : Tim Laurence
ISBN : 9781444719802
Genre : Self-Help
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The Hoffman Process, founded by the late Bob Hoffman, is a highly respected and effective 8-day intensive course of emotional healing now practised in 14 countries around the world. The Process helps you face demons from your past - often rooted in your childhood and upbringing - and forgive, heal, and move on. Now, Tim Laurence, the director of the Process, brings its unique methods to a wider public. Some self-help books focus on therapeutic techniques, others on practical advice. But this is the only life-changing book to bridge the gap between the two, offering a unique perspective from which to bring benefits to all areas of your life. It aims to help you achieve: * Renewed enthusiasm for life * Increased self-confidence * Clearer sense of purpose * Greater spiritual identity * Better relationships with others * Relief from anger and depression A brilliant synthesis of Freud, Jung and other leading psychologists' work, the Process has proved its worth internationally for 15 years, and admirers include many of the most influential names in the self-help movement.

What You Can Change And What You Can T

Author : Martin E.P. Seligman
ISBN : 9780307498700
Genre : Self-Help
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In the climate of self-improvement that pervades our culture, there is an overwhelming amount of information about treatments for everything from alcohol abuse to sexual dysfunction. Much of this information is exaggerated if not wholly inaccurate. As a result, people who try to change their own troubling conditions often experience the frustration of mixed success, success followed by a relapse, or outright failure. To address this confusion, Martin Seligman has meticulously analyzed the most authoritative scientific research on treatments for alcoholism, anxiety, weight loss, anger, depression, and a range of phobias and obsessions to discover what is the most effective way to address each condition. He frankly reports what does not work, and pinpoints the techniques and therapies that work best for each condition, discussing why they work and how you can use them to make long lasting change. Inside you’ll discover the four natural healing factors for recovering from alcoholism; the vital difference between overeating and being overweight; the four therapies that work for depression, the pros and cons of anger—and much more. Wise, direct, and very useful, What You Can Change and What You Can’t will help anyone who seeks to change.

You Can Change Almost Anything

Author : G. M. Davis
ISBN : 9781490800288
Genre : Change (Psychology)
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A short story of the recognition of the need for change, the need for trying new things, an apology, and forgiveness.

You Can Change How You Feel

Author : Gerald Kranzler
ISBN : 9781532668333
Genre : Psychology
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Men are disturbed not by things, but by the views which they take of them. -Epictetus Do you often feel stuck up to your axle in problems? Do you feel anxious, depressed, guilty, or angry much of the time? Perhaps you can benefit from reading this book. Materials in this book were drawn from the theory and practice of rational-emotive therapy (RET). RET teaches that feelings of anger, depressions, guilt, and anxiety are caused directly by crooked thinking, and that you can learn to live a non self-defeating life if you re-educate yourself emotionally. If you learn how to challenge and contradict your irrational beliefs, and adopt a more rational philosophy instead, then you can change how you feel. The author, Gerald D. (Jerry) Kranzler, was a teacher in the Counseling Department at the University of Oregon. He received his doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of North Dakota in 1964, and taught at Indiana University for four years before moving to Oregon. He worked as a counselor and teacher in public schools, and has written numerous articles and chapters for professional journals and books.

You Can Change

Author : Tim Chester
ISBN : 9781844748648
Genre : Religion
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Many books are written by experts. This book isn't one of them,' admits Tim Chester. 'It was written out of my own struggle to change. My long battle with particular issues set me searching the Bible as well as writings from the past. This book shares the amazing truths I discovered that now give me hope.' 'For years I wondered if I'd ever overcome certain sins. And while I can't claim to have conquered sin - for no one ever can do - here are discoveries that have led to change in my life and in the lives of others.' You may be: a new Christian, struggling to change the habits of your former way of life an older Christian, feeling you've plateaued: you grew quickly when you first believed but now your Christian life is much of a muchness a Christian who's fallen into sin in a big way, wondering how you'll ever get back on track Other books describe how we should live, but this book outlines how we can change. It's about hope: the hope we have in Jesus, hope for forgiveness, and hope for real and lasting change. God promises liberating grace and transforming power to his people.

God Can Change You

Author : Tommy Campbell, Jr.
ISBN : 9781604779028
Genre : Religion
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According to Pastor Tommy Campbell and God's Word, you are destined for greatness. In this book, Pastor Tommy Campbell tells about his life and where God has brought him from so you can see where God can take you. You will receive spiritual wisdom and insight, encouragement, warning, and correction in the love of God. His main goal is for his readers to realize who they are in Christ and that no matter how bad their past is or where they came from, it still isn't too late them you to reach and obtain success in God. God can change anyone that wants to be changed. Elder Tommy Campbell, Jr. is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Life Changing Ministries International in High Point, NC. He serves under the leadership of Bishop Vander D. Purcell. Pastor Tommy Campbell Jr. is a graduate of John Wesley Bible College. He is also an Evangelist who travels the country preaching God's Word. He is one of the youngest, anointed preachers in the country. He is a preaching machine. He preaches in convocations, national conventions, and conferences. He loves to travel preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If you want to contact him for preaching engagements you can e-mail him at [email protected]

You Can T Order Change

Author : Peter S. Cohan
ISBN : 1101015519
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first book to explore the unique leadership style of Boeing’s acclaimed CEO Jim McNerney was one of Jack Welch’s top protégés at General Electric and a finalist to replace the retiring Welch as CEO. McNerney lost that competition in 2001, but since then he has emerged as one of the most effective leaders of his generation. You Can’t Order Change tells the amazing story of McNerney’s turnaround at the world’s leading aircraft manufacturer, which had faced a series of tough problems. Boeing is extremely hard to run, with more than $66 billion in annual revenue and 161,000 employees. A new product like the 787 Dreamliner costs billions to develop over many years, with global production hurdles and little margin for error. Peter Cohan interviewed people who worked with McNerney throughout his career to explain why his consensus-driven style sets him apart. The title comes from a McNerney quote about the importance of winning hearts and minds with a clear vision of future success. McNerney combines Midwestern integrity and humility with the brilliance and drive of a Harvard Business School and McKinsey alum. This book reveals his approach to accountability, growth, cost cutting, leadership development, customer focus, and other universal challenges.

Change You Can Really Believe In

Author : Joseph Toomey
ISBN : 1468572237
Genre : History
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No President in living memory has entered office with a greater amount of goodwill and broad, bi-partisan support than Barack Obama. And few Presidents in living memory had arrived in Washington proclaiming such dramatically articulated vows to change the tone of politics, to usher in an era of post-partisanship in an effort to rally the nation behind his plan of enacting an ambitious program of social and economic change. He vowed to enact a broad bi-partisan agenda for health care reform, energy transformation, economic revitalization, job growth and restoration of America's standing in the world. And no President in living memory has more quickly and more completely abandoned his promises. • He enacted a health care plan that far more resembled plans he had bitterly criticized his opponents for supporting rather than the one his campaign outlined • His promised job growth through economic stimulus measures drove up the unemployment rate to double digits leading to millions of job losses • His vows to restore fiscal probity resulted in the most ruinous deficits and public debt in U.S. history • He 'green energy' program collapsed into a cesspool of crony political favoritism • His vows to restore relations with hostile nations like Iran and North Korea had only deepened those nations' disdain for America • Despite his harsh criticisms, Obama adopted nearly every plank in the Bush-era anti-terror policy • His promise to restore science to its rightful place resulted in the most rigidly inflexible program of ideological extremism in modern memory Even more noteworthy was the fact that the new era of post-partisanship he had vowed to create in Washington resulted in the worst political gridlock in living memory. This book examines in detail hundreds of campaign promises Obama made while running for President, contrasting those with the record of failure and broken promises left in his wake. It is a story that has received too little attention - until now.

Weight Loss In Mind

Author : Janet Thomson
ISBN : 9781906510350
Genre : Nutrition
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Unlike any other ‘diet’ book, this programme helps you totally change how you think and feel about food making weight loss inevitable. Includes dynamic psychological techniques to reprogram your mind, with easy to follow nutritional guidelines. All you will ever need to lose weight and feel good about yourself

What You Say Today Can Change Tomorrow

Author : Allen W. Smith
ISBN : 9781477135471
Genre : Poetry
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My book I wrote is mainly about conquering fears. It is a basic inspiration of about fictions of heaven earth GOD angels death of satin. Hope into being lost in mind out of the way of death in to reality of today and love of the resurrections HOPES. As to both be as to conquer and rebuild thought from a wisdom stand point of any compassion. Clear to not like but as to also hate what is evil unlike many stand points in my life this is noticed. As I feel about many things that is all it is my realized understandings of life and a day to day being. What is a man compared to a child as a child never saw nor did any action on many things out of innocents, although when one grew it had a choice to do as to not as to do knowingly, what is in the surroundings or a higher understandings for changes not always coexist but have faith in what is compared to a dream of can be.

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