By Bill Hybels
Overscheduled. Exhausted.Overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Too familiar? You are living at a velocity you know deep down is unsustainable. Your life is off course - too crammed with busyness, too out of focus. You keep waiting for things to get better, but they never do. In Simplify, bestselling author Bill Hybels identifies core issues that drive this kind of living and offers action steps to help you live a better way. By eradicating clutter from your inner world, you can experience immediate rewards: greater energy, clearer purpose, richer relationships and more.Your life won't simplify itself. You must act. Isn't it time?
Sane New World
By Ruby Wax
The mental health and mindfulness bestseller from A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled and How to be Human author Ruby Wax, who shows us why and how our minds can send us mad and how we can rewire our thinking to calm ourselves in a frenetic world.'Finally - a map for the troubled human mind. And it's funny.' -Caitlin MoranRuby Wax - comedian, writer and mental health campaigner - shows us how our minds can jeopardize our sanity.With her own periods of depression and now a Masters from Oxford in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy to draw from, she explains how our busy, chattering, self-critical thoughts drive us to anxiety and stress. If we are to break the cycle, we need to understand how our brains work, rewire our thinking and find calm in a frenetic world.Helping you become the master, not the slave, of your mind, here is the manual to saner living.
The Shangri-La Diet
By Seth Roberts
Seth Roberts - a psychology professor at the University of California, Berkeley - experimented with a whole range of diets before arriving at one which not only worked extraordinarily well, but took the least amount of effort and willpower, and worked without deprivation. Based on the principle that you have a weight set-point, which you eat to until you no longer feel hungry, Seth recommends that you have a regular tablespoonful of light olive oil or sugared water between meals to lower your set-point, lower your hunger - and therefore lower your weight. No calorie counting, no change of diet - and no hunger. It's that simple!
The Seven Rules Of Success
By Fiona Harrold
More and more, people are finding that chasing only material success feels hollow, unfulfilling. What people desire now is a career that stems from their highest personal vision and deepest creativity, and that is richly enjoyable and fruitful not just materially but on personal and spiritual levels.Top life coach Fiona Harrold has talked to some of the world's most successful people and discovered the rules that they live by to make their astonishing achievements. She presents interviews with a wide range of people - from celebrities to entrepreneurs to people from her own background - who have found their passion and made it into their career. Fiona sets out in clear, accessible form the rules of their success, and shows the reader how to apply these rules to their own situation. Written in Fiona's trademark no-nonsense, but always inspiring style, this is the ultimate guide, from successful people, to attaining the success and fulfilment you always dreamed of.
By Robert Holden
What is success? We're so busy chasing it that we've lost sight of what it actually means to us. With today's ever-accelerating pace, the expectation of delivering more, faster, has become the norm and we've begun to equate success with busyness. But does busyness really make us successful? More importantly, does it make us happy? Top corporate speaker and founder of the Happiness Project, Robert Holden, explains that while our permanent busyness may look like success, it doesn't deliver results. It blocks our vision and we lose sight of what is important in work, relationships and life.Robert shows us how to side-step the fast lane and take a broader perspective. By giving ourselves space to find out the reasons for our busyness, we can stop and consider what it is we really want in life - and make it happen. Written in thematic chapters that move us effectively towards our new life direction, this highly motivational book is full of entertaining stories, wise principles, practical exercises and winning formulas to get us the success and happiness we want, without the struggle and stress that holds us back.
By Sue Minns
The subject of soulmates is perennially popular but the idea of "finding your soulmate" has always focused predominantly on the belief that once you've found each other, you will live happily ever after. Such a meeting can bring untold opportunities - the chance to heal wounds and resolve 'unfinished business' from past lives - as well as the soul growth and understanding to be had from liaisons which may be more difficult, but which are just as powerful and important. Some soulmates come into our lives to give us wake-up calls and the opportunity to see things differently.Sue Minns discusses the nature of the soul, explaining what exactly a soulmate is - and how to recognise one - as well as why they come into our lives when they do. She reveals how finding a soulmate can be not only an intense and unforgettable experience in its own right, but also a step on the path to opening your heart and mind, changing the way you see the world, and leading you towards a partner who is truly right for you.
Sex And The Married Girl
By Mandi Norwood
A no-holds-barred look at modern marriage, exploding the myths surrounding matrimony and female behaviour within it. SEX AND THE MARRIED GIRL is grounded in reality, based on truth and delivered with humour and jaw-dropping frankness. It offers smart and savvy, yet unconventional and provocative advice on all aspects of marriage - from controlling money to brazen behaviour in bed. This is the ultimate 'sin-sational' guide to the do's and taboos of being a modern woman in a modern marriage. A must-read for every woman wanting to win at marriage - without losing herself.