These are reviews of books I've read that I believe are of value. Reviews will be added as often as I can get through a book. All book reviews will be written from an unbiased view - I will always attempt to include the good as well as the not so good.
Although you will find a varied selection of book reviews here, and sometimes it may seem that the book has nothing to do with goal setting. But it is my objective to offer reviews of books on a variety of facets, and even though the book may not apply directly to goal setting, value will still be found in reading the book.
We Got Fired! We Got Fired! offers encouragement and confirms that being fired is not the end of the world.
The Motivated Mind
Outstanding! I cannot remember when last I've enjoyed a book as much as I did The Motivated Mind. You will learn awesome truths about the principles of motivation - real life-changing principles.
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
Joseph Murphy leads in with a chapter on How Your Mind Works, which is exceptional. As Murphy says, "whatever you habitually think sinks down into your subconscious mind, which then creates according to the nature of your thoughts."
The 100 Simple Secrets of Successful People
I found this book to be one the most practical to read in a while. And although the title (the 100) may give the impression that this is a mommoth reading task, it is not.
Movers and Shakers
If you are looking for a book to inspire and motivate, then Movers and Shakers is the book for you.
Feeling Your Way Through Life
This book is the story of winning. And that is winning in all areas you can think of, and against all odds. I have no doubt that I will re-read this book often - as a reminder of how fortunate I am.
I Have Life I Have Life is an awesome story. A story of strength and survival.
I found this book difficult reading, especially Section 1: The Modelling of Human Excellence. Robbins practices Neuro-Linguisitic Programming (NLP), and this book discusses this philosophy.
13 Attributes of Success
This is a small book, written clearly with each attribute to the point. I managed to read it in one night, which indicates how easy the material is to read.
University of Success
"If you have been wearily attending the "school of hard knocks" up to now, I have great news for you." That is the start of the introduction to this great book. And great content there certainly is.
Mind Power into the 21st Century Mind Power is without a doubt the best self-help, motivational, goal-setting book I've come across in a long while.