Praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and sorrow come and go like the wind. To be happy, rest like a giant tree, in the midst of them all. ”
– Quote, Buddha
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Top 100 Ways to Raise Your Self-Esteem
What is it like to wake up in the morning and know that no matter what obstacles occurred, you will overcome them? What is it like to feel that no matter what anyone said to you, your identity is not shaken? What does it feel like to reap the rewards of having others cherish you for your true worth and vice versa? When you have high self-esteem, all of this and more are possible.
by Dr. Donna Schwontkowski
Posted Aug. 30, 2009
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Best of the Best: Self-Help Classics
How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie
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The first self-help book in the genre’s history, ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ hit shelves in 1936. It’s become a classic selling some 15 million copies. Why? It answers questions about one of our deepest insecurities: How can we get people to like us? Carnegie’s short answer: understand that the people around you love to talk about themselves. Get interested in them, and they’ll be interested in you.
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How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, by Dale Carnegie
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From self-help’s founding father, Dale Carnegie, “How to Stop Worrying and Start Living” grew out of Carnegie’s own unhappiness with his station in life — with the author even calling his former self “one of the unhappiest lads in New York.” Tired of making himself sick with worry, he decided he was going to figure out a way to eliminate worry from his life. Much like his first book, “
Keys to Success, by Napoleon Hill
Check prices on : Keys to Success, by Napoleon Hill.
From one of the early giants in the self-help field, Napoleon Hill became an instant bestseller with his 1937 publication of Think and Grow Rich!
“Keys to Success” draws on Hill’s nearly two-decades of research — including interviews with business titans and patrons Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, and John D. Rockefeller. He distilled what he learned into 17 “keys” to success. These would later be emulated in almost every self-help book to come after; things like discovering a definitive purpose, controlling your attention and maintaining sound health. He also includes some invaluable gems that aren’t touched on as much anymore: controlling your enthusiasm, using “cosmic habitforce,” and applying faith (in the secular sense) to all of your undertakings.
How To Enjoy Your Life And Your Job, by Dale Carnegie