- Uncommon Sense - live @ WDS | Derek Sivers.
- Améthystes (French Edition).
- 7 Mistakes Great People Make.
Drawing upon his own life experiences and more than 30 years as an advisor and coach to executives, government officials, and people from all walks of life from Asia, to Europe, and the United States, Pepper shares the insights from these people in a way that will cause you to think about your life and career as never before. Common Sense Wisdom blends, in a unique way, quotes from ancient philosophers to modern-day business executives, sports figures and thought leaders from Buddha to Baltasar Gracian and Goethe, to Winston Churchill, Mary Pickford, Oscar Wilde, Wayne Gretzky and Margaret Thatcher to Walt Disney and Vaclav Havel and applies them to life in the 21st century, a time when act or be acted upon takes on a whole new meaning about one's life.
The goal of Common Sense Wisdom is to give readers the tools, understanding, and motivation to become their own career or life coaches and to lead themselves, and those around them, through life s challenges, setbacks, and successes. Common Sense Wisdom offers critical insights into life that will help people find their own true north as they chart the course for their own journeys. Primary links.
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But he was also a character I felt slightly confused. Everything in life to this point told me is that people associated with Nazism should not be liked or forgiven. Yet I loved Alfred. A nice life complexity thrown in by the author, I think.
Although Alfred stood out to me, there were some other great characters in this book: Isobel, Julie, John, Alice. However, they never really came into their own when I would like to have known more about them.
The structure of the book was pretty unusual, but I liked it. Most of all, I loved how this book dealt with the notion of mental health. This book dealt with voice hearing, but, for me, it could have been removed and replaced by any mental health issue.
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What was important was that it showed any number of people could be dealing with the same illness, but how they handle it and how it affects them is completely different. I love Juliet Conlin for doing this.
This was probably the hardest book review I ever had to write. All I can recommend you to do is buy the book for you and all your friends.
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