Questioning thousands of parents and educators, Dr. Wayne Dyer learned firsthand what people really want for their children. They don't particularly want their kids to go to fancy schools, acquire riches, or live "the good life". They do want them to have personal integrity and high self-esteem, and to grow up with love and peace in their hearts. Children raised the Wayne Dyer way feel useful and needed. They are inner- rather than outer-directed. They live a stress-free life naturally, without resorting to drugs.
Well presented difficult and complex issues which are concerns that really parents have every day
Personality differences: they're what make life so rich and fascinating - and often so frustrating, too. Especially at work, where teamwork and motivation are pivotal. Many of us never figure people out - we get along great with some people and deal as little as possible with others because they're so different from us.
this book has helped in at home and in work. i would highly recommend it
At work, two managers with equal training and experience are put in charge of similar group objectives. But the results differ drastically. One task force flounders and misses a critical deadline. The other quickly meshes as a team and produces a report so stunning that the breadth, depth, and clarity of its ideas has everyone talking. Why does one manager succeed, while their colleague fails to connect with their people?
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Have you ever walked away from a conversation full of doubts and insecurities? Do you feel as if you've lost a little ground after every staff meeting? Most of us are either too passive or too aggressive in our business life, and we end up never getting the support, recognition, or respect that we so desire. But this solution-packed program is about to change all that.
Even though it is easy to listen to, it is just a slight variation of "How to win friends and influence people".Would not recomend spending time ..Show More »on this book, only on the other one mentioned if you hadn't read it yet.« Show Less