Tag Archives: Philosophy

Featured philosophy books including studies of the theoretical basis of a particular branch of knowledge and/or experience.

Nail It! 7 Steps to Life & Business Mastery for Entrepreneurial Leaders

Nail It! 7 Steps to Life & Business Mastery for Entrepreneurial Leaders by Sudhana SinghNail It! is the exciting new book from bestselling author and leadership expert, Sudhana Singh.

This practical guide is crammed with insider tips, tools, advice and stories from successful entrepreneurial leaders, showing you how to nail life AND work.

In this contemporary take on life and leadership, executive coach Sudhana Singh helps you to: Continue reading

My Secret Escape: Restore Your Dignity, Transform Your Body (it’s this way…)

This book shares Shelley’s 7-step process to weight loss mastery that she created to lose 90 pounds.

She’s kept the weight off 10+ years and has successfully coached many women in her common sense, no judgement process that works.

Shelley is the Creator & Founder of Losing Coach®, the international weight loss coaching program for women. After successfully losing and keeping off 90 pounds on her own, Shelley created her seven step process to help other women do the same. Continue reading

Blue Sky Lightning: How To Survive And Thrive When Life Blindsides You

Blue Sky Lightning How To Survive And Thrive When Life Blindsides You by Jeff KuhnAll of us deal with trauma, lightning bolts that disrupt our lives in small or devastating ways. But no matter what you’re facing, you can recover—through strength, fortitude, and belief.

Jeff Kuhn survived the unthinkable: burns over 80 percent of his body and a rare neuromuscular disease. Despite it all, Jeff found the courage to keep moving on. In Blue Sky Lightning, he shares both his unbelievable journey through trauma and what those experiences taught him Continue reading

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It by Gregory L. Little, Kimberly J. Prachniak, and Stanley W. PrachniakFreedom To Change presents profound truths about human nature and how we make choices.

We have three drives deeply embedded in us—the will to survive, to reproduce, and to make our lives easier and more pleasurable. These drives help form our beliefs, control our habits, and lead to our destiny as individuals.

We have a desire to organize things so that we can better control the chaotic world around us. Our beliefs are one way we organize and interpret the world. Continue reading