My Favourite 3 Books of 2015

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Each year I get lots of positive feedback whenever I recommend my favourite books from the previous year. With that in mind, my top 3 books of 2015:

“Don’t Die With Your Music Still In You” by Serena J. Dyer

Serena is the sixth of Dr. Wayne and Marcelene Dyer’s eight children.Don't die with your music still in you

In her book “Don’t Die With Your Music In You” Serena writes about her experience growing up with spiritual parents. Serena touches upon all ten of her dad’s original secrets. She details how they affected various situations in her life. She shares stories, struggles, and triumphs—and Wayne, in turn, contributes his own perspective. This unique father-daughter collaboration will warm the hearts of all parents … and inspire those who are looking to find “music” inside themselves. A wonderful relaxing read.


“The Little Money Bible” by Stuart Wilde

Stuart is an author, lecturer and a supporter of the self-help, human-potential The little money biblemovement.

In “The Little Money Bible” Stuart explains that, if you think of money as something evil and nasty, it is going to be hard to be comfortable with it and to manage it well. But once you come to an understanding that money is “neutral”–neither bad nor good in and of itself, then it’s easy to see that having money does not necessarily deprive someone else. The abundance is neutral. In the correct circumstances, it can also be spiritual.

Many of the great teachers have given credence to the idea that abundance is spiritual—that it is your feeling and the power of your thoughts that create abundance for you…There’s no reason why you can’t be very rich and still be an extremely spiritual and wonderfully generous person—aligned to the God Force—with a huge heart, and compassion for everyone you meet.


“The Values Factor” by Dr, John Demartini

John is a leading authority on human behaviour and personal development. “The The values factorValues Factor” shows you how to create a life in which every minute can be inspiring and fulfilling. The first step is to identify—the values in life that are most important and meaningful to you. Once you understand your own unique values and align your life accordingly, you can achieve fulfillment in every area of your life: deepening your loving relationships, creating an inspiring career, establishing financial freedom and tapping into a rich spiritual life.

All of the above books embrace the concept that success is a conscious choice. It does not usually happen by accident.

As a Life Coach I, too, am a firm believer in that concept.  I am dedicated to helping my clients break through the limiting beliefs that keep them from living a life filled with love, peace and joy.

Let me ask you some questions. Is your life fulfilling? Do you know why you are here? What do you value the most in your life? Do you understand your needs? Are you enjoying your work? Are you getting along with your family and other loved ones? Are your stressed out?

Life doesn’t have to be that way. If you struggled with any of the above questions, I can help.

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