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Saturday, December 20, 2008

Best Books of 2009

Overcoming Under Earning by Barbara Stanny - a must read for any woman in business
Man in the Mirror by Wayne Bennett - fantastic insight into the psychological functioning of young athletes from the coaching master himself
The Volumetrics Eating Plan by Dr Barbara Rolls - one of the USA's top diet books
The Princessa by Harriet Rubin - a fascinating look at the way women go into battle compared to men
Are you the one for me? by Barbara De Angelis - one of the best relationship books you can read
Affluenza by Oliver James - if you are looking for meaning this book explains why we are making it hard for ourselves to find it
Life's Too F**king Short by Janet Street Porter - a light, funny read thta takes the piss out of many a female behaviour
The Art of Forgiveness, Loving kindness and Peace by jack Kornfield - a must read for any one who finds it difficult to forgive and move on or to recover from grief
The Money Club - if you have thought about starting a share club, this one will inspire you to go for it
Woulda, shoulda, coulda by Dr Arthur Freeman - if you find your head in the past much more than the present you need to read this one
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls - a brilliant true story, beautifully written which demonstrates the power of resilience no matter what your family background - a great pool read over the break
Surviving adolescents by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg - I don't even have teenagers and i loved this one
The Don't Go Hungry Diet by Dr Amanda Sainsbury Sallis - for any chronic dieter, this books explains why dieting almost makes it impossible to lose weight
Mindless eating by Dr Brian Wansick - a fascinating read about how our food environment shapes exactly what and how much we eat
Reinventing your life by Dr Jeffrey Young - if your past profoundly affects the way you behave and interact in relationships, this book may explain why, with a particular emphasis on parenting and past experience