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Power of Silence and How To Use It
Silence has great power as this self development article shows. If you are aware of how to use silence effectively, this can significantly improve your work and social relationships. It is a very powerful self development tool.
The Swiss Cheese Theory of Life - Review
‘The Swiss Cheese Theory of Life (How to Get Through Life’s Holes Without Getting Stuck in Them!)’ by Judith A. Belmont and Lora Shor is a self development book with a difference. As the name suggests, it covers various ways of getting through life, but with interesting analogies to Swiss Cheese.
Handbags – What Is In Yours
Most women carry handbags yet one of the things that most people (men and women) wonder is “What is in YOURS?” This self development article gives insight into what you carry in handbags. Even more interesting is why your self esteem and self confidence is so connected with the content of your bags!
Rango – Film Review
Rango is not just another animated film. As covered in this self development review, here is a chameleon who seeks purpose in life and goes from simply existing to becoming highly respected. With quirky dark humour, great animation and weird characters, this is definitely a film to see.
Fingerprints and Your Character
Fingerprints have been studied for centuries and are believed to be an indication of your true character. This self development article shows how your fingerprints might tell you more about someone's character and personality than you think.
The Game Maker - Ian Fenn - Review
The Game Maker by Ian Fenn is a self or personal development book that makes you consider what life is all about. It is a light-hearted look at the universe, Big Bang, consciousness, enlightenment, life after death, eternity and your immortality. It suggests an answer to your deepest questions.
What Your Tie Colour Says About You
The colour of your tie is said to give away more information about you than most other accessories in your wardrobe. Why? As explained in this self development article, your tie or necktie is often used to give others a little peak into your true personality.
The Freedom Code – Review
‘The Freedom Code’ by Michael J. Rhodes is a self development book in the form of descriptive stories and personal essays on life and existence in general. The personal development tips and tools have been designed to help you move away from your old ways and create a new Freedom Code for yourself.
First Impressions That Can Make You Cringe
This self development article is about first impressions that can make you cringe. There is much material around on giving good first impressions and body language. With bad first impressions being virtually impossible to undo, it is important to be aware of what makes people cringe the most.
Purpose-Centered Public Speaking - Review
This self development book review on ‘Purpose-Centered Public Speaking’ by Dr. Gary Rodriguez gives insight into how to deliver talks, speeches, etc., to audiences with more purpose, better content, more confidence and less fear. There are also tips and tools for developing presentation skills.
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