10 books to change your life and career

I Recently Added a Page – 10 Books To Change Your Life and Career

I recently added a page 10 Books To Change Your Life and Career, that I think you will find useful if you are looking to make changes to your life and career. And these days, who isn’t?

I have read, studied, and used these 10 books. I have also been fortunate to have received personal, one-on-one personal coaching, mentoring, and friendship from a number of the authors.

These 10 books can help you to take a fresh look at your life, and your career, and gain new perspectives so that you can make the changes that you want to make and experience an adventure in growth.

  1. Creative Ideas by Ernst Holmes with Julia Cameron
  2. Creative Visualization by Shakti Gawain
  3. Do More Great Work: Stop the Busywork, and Start the Work that Matters by Michael Bungay-Stanier
  4. Intuitive Intelligence: Make Life-Changing Decisions with Perfect Timing by Paul O’Brien
  5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
  6. The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
  7. The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz
  8. The Headspace Guide to Mindfulness & Meditation: 10 minutes can make all the difference by Andy Puddicomb
  9. Psychology of the Hero Soul: Awaken your inner hero to live your highest life by Sharif Khan
  10. What Color Is Your Parachute? by Richard Bolles

10 books to change your life and career

I hope that you enjoy reading these 10 Books To Change Your Life and Career and find them as useful and inspiring as I have.

2 thoughts on “I Recently Added a Page – 10 Books To Change Your Life and Career”

  1. Hello Richard,
    My name is Jodi Cole. I was a friend of Jeannette and fellow founding member of the CTNIG. I am presently working on a project with the Richmond Hill Probus group who are interested in learning about Indigeneity. During that process I have been thinking a great deal of our dear friend and came across your blog about Jeannette. The reason I am writing is to ask if you can tell me or direct me to who could, to where Jeannette is buried? I hope to share this information with the other members of CTNIG who, like myself, remember and miss her.
    Jodi Cole

    1. Hi Jodi,
      Good to hear from you.
      Jeannette’s body was cremated and the ashes were scattered over Lake Ontario.
      When you are thinking of Jeannette, if you ask her a question you may get an answer. That has been my experience. 🙂
      Jeannette loved this short chant:
      “Earth: my body
      Water: my blood
      Air: my breath
      And fire: my spirit”
      You can connect with the Spirit of Jeannette wherever you are. We are all One.
      Blessed be.

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