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Eat That Frog

By Clare Wildman / 26th July 2018 / 0 Comments

‘Eat That Frog’ and make progress with your to-do list There are many tools and tips out there for beating procrastination and getting down to tackling the to do list. Perhaps the most intriguing and fun sounding is Brian Tracey’s Eat that Frog. If you regularly use to do lists you probably have that one…

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Loving What Is – Byron Katie: Thoughts v Feelings

By Clare Wildman / 2nd March 2016 / Comments Off on Loving What Is – Byron Katie: Thoughts v Feelings

Thoughts v Feelings I’ve only just started reading this book and, even though Kindle says I’m only 9% of the way through I’ve still got to write about it.  This concept around thoughts v feelings is one I’d love to share with you. I’ve come across the concept that our thoughts cause our feelings before.  It makes…

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Fearless – Steve Chandler

By Clare Wildman / 16th November 2015 / Comments Off on Fearless – Steve Chandler

Fearless – Steve Chandler ‘Creating the Courage to Change the Things You Can’ My best advice for reading this is to take it chapter at a time.  Read, go away, think about it or just let the information and ideas sit with you for a while and see what happens.  Then come back for the next…

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Who Moved my Cheese – Spencer Johnson

By Clare Wildman / 16th November 2015 / Comments Off on Who Moved my Cheese – Spencer Johnson

Who Moved my Cheese – Spencer Johnson  You may have come across this book in work training sessions, if so you’ll know that it’s simple, fun and straightforward.  That said it can provide some great insight. It’s basically about how we react to change.  Written in the style of a story it tells the tale…

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The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield

By Clare Wildman / 16th November 2015 / Comments Off on The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield

The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield My experience of reading this book was a strange one. It had been sitting on the shelf for ages before I picked it up as Mike had read it a long time ago.  He told me that I’d find it interesting but for some reason it was one that I…

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Only 10s – Mark J Silverman

By Clare Wildman / 16th November 2015 / Comments Off on Only 10s – Mark J Silverman

Only 10s – Mark J Silverman I have to confess that I read this book because it was free at the time and because it was written by someone from one of the facebook groups I’m in.  I really wasn’t sure about it.  The additional part of the title is ‘using distraction to get the right…

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Inspiring Books

By Clare Wildman / 5th March 2014 / 0 Comments

  I’ve always loved reading.  Any photos of me as a child tended to depict me with my nose in a book.  Mum always said that Christmas for us was all about Dad and I reading our presents! That said, up until a couple of years ago, I only read novels.  Recently though I’ve discovered…

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New Year Inspiration

By Clare Wildman / 11th January 2014 / 0 Comments

I’ve just spent a morning reading a lovely book I was given for Christmas (thanks Jude!).  It was a story of correspondence between a lady in New York and the head buyer of a book store in London.  There were many points of the book that triggered thoughts for me.  At a time when many…

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