You can choose to walk away from the cultural messaging that tells you that you’re not enough. That you ‘haven’t made it’, that you’re not ‘complete’. You can let go of all of it.
Marcus Aurelius wrote a journal depicting his lessons throughout his life in the roman age. And thankfully, it still survived to this day. Can his personal lessons help us live more meaningfully in this modern age?
This is a book about understanding and healing our shadow so that we can lead more stable lives. Our ego can stop us from living the life we want to truly live. What steps can we implement to keep it in check?
Do your thoughts have a great impact on the direction your life is moving towards? James Allen wrote one of the most important seminal self development books in 1903. Today, its impact can still be felt by millions of readers worldwide.
This book is not for the faint of heart and is a difficult read. Yet some of its passages are truly, staggeringly mind-blowing. Is it possible that denying our death can cause us to live a life that’s a far cry from our true potential?
Are the 22 Immutable laws of branding critical for marketing any kind of business? Apparently, they can make a significant impact on any kind of enterprise. Find out what the authors have to share based on their careers as marketers.
Are you often deeply engaged with the conversations you have? Truly listening can be a difficult craft to master. Nancy Kline shows us how to manage the art of listening attentively so that we can improve our relationships.
Maybe you notice that you can sometimes be overwhelmed by minor situations. After any kind of social event you perhaps need to recharge and spend time alone. Are you a highly sensitive person – and if so how can you make best use of your gift?
Many of us often strive for progress not because of the desire to achieve but because we have fear. That’s the theory proposed by Alexandre Lowen. If he’s right, is it any wonder that so many of us experience anxiety – how can we overcome our deep rooted fears?
We live in a social world, and to be able to make the right choices when we’re under pressure, say when we’re dealing with an impolite colleague or an insensitive family member, takes a certain level of emotional mastery. Is EQ more important IQ in how it shapes our lives?