|Statement||by Jerome Lund|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
Despite trying hard, many people do not get the promised results from how-to and self-help books. They go on blaming either themselves or the advice, neither of which is really at fault. This first-ever guidebook to how-to books shows how to get maximum results from any self-help program or method. Positive and realistic, it will help you to:5/5(4). Paul Pearsall: I was afraid this book might never find its way to shelves. Because it takes exactly the opposite view of the ideas that sell millions of books, the famous authors who write them, and the popular psychology that has become the new religion in the United States, I wondered whether any publisher would take the risk of challenging the powerful self-help industry/5(24). The Last Self-Help Book You’ll Ever Need by Paul Pearsall () is NOTHING like the other one. That other book went to the future and brought back what it found, which is ostensibly why it’s the “last book” you’ll ever read. This one is a debunking book. A little funny, a little bitter, a little true. My purchase of self-help, time management, motivational, get it done type books runs into hundreds, i am not proud to admit. Some of this must be the same reason that so much exercise equipment ends up as expensive clothes hanging equipment, This book gives a very clear structure to follow to get yourself focused on doing what you need to s:
Despite trying hard, many people do not get the promised results from how-to and self-help books. They go on blaming either themselves or the advice, neither of which is really at fault. This first-ever guidebook to how-to books shows how to get maximum results from any self-help program or method/5(2). Some books were a great help on the path of personal growth and some were even life-changing. I personally read hundreds of self help books in the past and this is my list of 10 books I would recommend to everybody without a second thought. So here is my personal Top 10 list of the best self help books in reverse order The Top 10 Self Help. Deciding you’re going to dive into the world of self-help books can make you want to find a book on self-help books. There are just so many options and categories that it can be a little intimidating if you’re just starting out.. The hardest part, though, is sifting through the BS ones and finding the gems that can actually have a profound effect on your life. 7 Excellent Short Self-Help Books To Change Your Life. All the activities and strategies are practical, proven and fast acting. You do not have to wait so long to see the results. As every idea in the book focused on increasing your overall levels of productivity, performance, and output and on making you more valuable in whatever you do.
Another self-help book in our list is a book which changed the life of many since the book was published in The book How To Win Friends And Influence People even changed the life of bigger personalities like Warren Buffett who in appreciation, said “[Carnegie ] changed my life.”The book has pages, but each page gives a new dimension to your life. Here’s the step by step: Rock on your back for months. Then learn to sit up. Crawl on the floor while random adults make the ‘ooohh’ sounds of a house haunted by ghosts. Finally, stand up and fall on the floor like a sack of potatoes. Usually with a loud thud. After a while, you will find yourself. I was 24 when I read my first self-help book. I was drinking cheap white wine in All Bar One by Oxford Circus, moaning about my crappy temping job, when my friend handed me a battered copy of Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers.. I read the tagline out loud: “How to turn your fear and indecision into confidence and action ”. Books shelved as self-help: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson, How to Win Friends and.