Pico in his short and delightful book describes the joys of just being still and going nowhere, which is amusing as he is a celebrated travel writer. But, as he practically describes that to make sense of anything, you need to pause to collect and analyse your thoughts – to make sense of it and for it to be of any practical use to you.
Oprah has made history; starting with her talk show that has worldwide popularity, launched her own tv network and become USA’s first female African-American billionaire. She has many life lessons from this phenomenal journey that she has compiled in this book. The book is organised in themes – joy, resilience, connection, gratitude, possibility, awe, clarity and power.
You want your child to be happy and you don’t want to mess them up, and annoyingly they don’t come with an instruction manual. This is a clever and funny book by a famous psychotherapist who gives you a judgement free guide to bringing up the apples of your eyes.
The classic self-help book that teaches who how to deal with inadequacy, failure and to say ‘no’ when you want to. It has been recently republished after helping generations develop a fuller life for themselves.
The ultimate book for the soul – no matter how many times you read this book and in which stage of your life, it always speaks to you directly, as if the author knows exactly what you are going through.