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Last month, Bev James’ long-awaited book released – Do it! or Ditch it – 8 steps to business success from the millionaires’ mentor, Bev James – turn ideas into action and make decisions that count, Virgin Books.
Book Review – Get Clients Now! By C.J. Hayden (Second Edition – Amacom) Reviewed by Moira Lambert This is one for the new coach ready to launch their practice. Described as a ‘28 day marketing programme for Professionals, Consultants and Coaches’,. the book is very simply structured in the form of a cookbook to help [...] Brilliant Life By Michael Heppell Prentice Hall Life Reviewed by Charlie Adler ‘Brilliant Life’ by Michael Heppell is an easy read, easy to dip into book that takes you by the hand and guides you through aspects of the ‘Wheel of Life’ step by step. At a reasonable price of £9.99 it divides the ‘Wheel [...] WHALE DONE! The Power of Positive Relationships By Ken Blanchard Free Press, 2002 I have long been a fan of the One Minute Manager series that Ken Blanchard is most famous for, and am rather disappointed that Whale Done dishes up a refried version of Blanchard’s now famous wisdom. This time our narrator is Wes [...] The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, live anywhere and join the New Rich By Timothy Ferriss Reviewed by Emma-Louise Elsey In many respects this notorious bestseller reads like it was written by a teenage boy – how about using your newly acquired overseas VA to harass your boss in a funny accent? But where this book [...] Psychology of Executive Coaching By Bruce Peltier Routledge, 2001 Reviewed By Gabrielle Blackman-Sheppard Bruce Peltier introduces his text stating ‘the purpose of this book is to translate psychotherapy theory for executive coaches. Its goal is to make the principles, research, and wisdom of psychotherapy accessible to the practice of executive coaching’. This book achieves its [...] Happy For No Reason By Marci Shimoff (with Carol Kline) Publisher: Free Press Reviewed by Matthew Conway Many books have been written on the subject of happiness but this blissful gem shines out in a league of it’s own. It is an easy to read, hugely inspiring compilation of the latest research in and around [...] Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting By Lyn Grabhorn Mobius (4 Jul 2005) Reviewed by Yvette Bowen The title of Lyn Grabhorn’s book is a great indicator of the style and content. The author is an earthy Texan who has battled her own demons successfully and has presented her version of the Laws of Attraction [...]