You Can Have What You Want by Michael Neill

17 01 2009

The latest recommendation to be added to the resource section of the site is “You Can Have What You Want” by Michael Neill.

Michael Neill's YouCan Have What You Want

Michael Neill “has been a success coach, friend, mentor and creative spark plug to celebrities, CEO’s, royalty and people just wanting more from their lives” this book is filled with his proven techniques that he uses when working one to one. Written in a really conversational and jargon free manner it is a friendly and practical guide to how you can have what you really want.

Jam packed with lots of information, the book is split into 2 main sections – part 1, entitled “creating a life that makes you go ‘wow!’” while part 2 is called “an obstacle course to success”. Filled with both theoretical and very easy and practical thoughts, concepts and exercises this is one of my favourite books for making change easy and providing a catalyst to working around or walking through what is getting in your way.

You Can Have What You Want [Amazon.co.uk link]
You Can Have What You Want: Proven Strategies for Inner and Outer Success [Amazon.com link]

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World Kindness Day

13 11 2008

“Today, give a stranger one of your smiles.  It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” 

(Quoted in P.S. I Love You, compiled by H. Jackson Brown, Jr.)

I’ve just read that Thursday 13th November was World Kindness Day and two thoughts occurred to me:

Several years ago I read a book that amused me by the author Danny Wallace called “Join Me.” [Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com]

Without giving away too much of the plot away it’s is the true life story where the concept of random acts of kindness is involved. (And that’s as much of the plot I’m going to spoil for you J ) In case you are imagining huge charitable donations either in time or money, a random act of kindness don’t have to be anything large – it can be as something as simple as holding open a door for someone with lots of bags or deliberately leaving enough change in the vending machine at work so that the next person gets a free chocolate bar.

I also happen to know that when you are looking for opportunities to give a random act of kindness, the more the opportunities become noticeable as being around. So my invite to you today is to look for the opportunities to give a random act of kindness – you don’t have to do any of them, unless that you really want to, the game is just to spot them.

Have Fun

Jen

PS If you really want to take this game to the extra level you may like to remember that you are allowed to include yourself in this game – what could you do to be kind to yourself?

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