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50 Self-Help Classics—50 More Classics

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Beschreibung: 50 more books listed in 50 Self-Help Classics by Tom Butler-Bowdon

Mitglieder: 2 teilnehmende Mitglieder (Zeige alle)

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1
12,051 Mitglieder, 146 Rezensionen
4.11 Sterne (4.11 Sterne)

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2
2,517 Mitglieder, 31 Rezensionen
3.58 Sterne (3.58 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (2): This was written for an academic audience but became a bestseller. The major influence on Harris’s I’m OK—You’re OK, it presented the idea that we all have “life scripts” that determine our actions. The good news is that we can change them.… (mehr)

3
1,687 Mitglieder, 15 Rezensionen
3.48 Sterne (3.48 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (6): Many people’s idea of a self-help classic. Popularized the transactional analysis model of seeing our actions and words as expressing either a Parent, Adult, or Child mentality.… (mehr)

4
1,497 Mitglieder, 17 Rezensionen
3.85 Sterne (3.85 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (10): This famous Oxford philosopher’s venture into self-help territory. While dated, Russell’s wit and insights still make it an enjoyable read. The first part discusses what makes people miserable, the second what makes them happy.… (mehr)

5
1,299 Mitglieder, 16 Rezensionen
4.02 Sterne (4.02 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (5): A great social philosopher, Fromm made the distinction between the “having” approach to life (materialistic, ironically fostering scarcity and misery) and “being” (the basis of satisfaction and peace). Still gets rave reviews as societal commentary and self-help.… (mehr)

6
1,198 Mitglieder, 7 Rezensionen
4.11 Sterne (4.11 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (9): Rogers helped revolutionize psychotherapy by replacing psychoanalytic “interpretation” with empathic listening by the therapist. Though an emblematic work of the self-discovery ethic of the 1960s, On Becoming a Person is still popular.… (mehr)

7
919 Mitglieder, 10 Rezensionen
3.89 Sterne (3.89 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (17): Panoramic view of the human condition by an Oxford historian, spliced with fascinating profiles of contemporary women. Its theme is that the quality of your life is vastly improved by appreciating it within the context of all human history.… (mehr)

8
652 Mitglieder, 6 Rezensionen
3.68 Sterne (3.68 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (3): The “inner child” concept has been ridiculed as a feeble expression of a victim culture. Bradshaw’s bestseller is in fact a serious work showing why knowledge and acceptance of the past are crucial in making us responsible adults.… (mehr)

9
528 Mitglieder, 4 Rezensionen
3.87 Sterne (3.87 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (15): Ellis’s “rational emotive” approach showed how to control our emotional life through altering our beliefs. This book continues to find devoted new readers who appreciate its transformative effect on relationships.… (mehr)

10
360 Mitglieder, 5 Rezensionen
3.63 Sterne (3.63 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (11): Former audio repairman Silva became interested in mind-control techniques and developed a famous course involving theta brainwaves. This was the bestselling book on the method.… (mehr)

11
313 Mitglieder, 4 Rezensionen
4.03 Sterne (4.03 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (13): The Will to Believe: James may be the “father of American psychology,” but as a practical philosopher he has been very influential in self-help. The Will to Believe gets to the heart of personal questions about motivation and belief, and essays such as “Is Life Worth Living?” provide some of his finest and most life-expanding thoughts.… (mehr)

12
247 Mitglieder, 1 Rezension
3.27 Sterne (3.27 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (4): De Bono did not invent lateral thinking, but the term only entered the public vocabulary with this book. In offering an alternative to the starched logic of conventional “vertical” thinking, this and De Bono’s later books have taught us to think about thinking itself.… (mehr)

13
214 Mitglieder, 3 Rezensionen
4.17 Sterne (4.17 Sterne)

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PlaidStallion (8): Perls was a key figure in the Human Potential movement of the 1960s and this was his key work. Influenced by psychoanalysis and existentialism, Gestalt therapy emphasized the need for people to see “outside the box,” focusing on the present moment.… (mehr)

15
210 Mitglieder, 6 Rezensionen
3.31 Sterne (3.31 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (14): Ragged Dick: Probably the most famous of Alger’s poor-boy-makes-good stories that made the American dream come alive for millions. Set in the cityscapes of nineteenth-century America, they carry an earnest message of ethical striving for success, but are still great fun to read.… (mehr)

16
208 Mitglieder, 3 Rezensionen
3.58 Sterne (3.58 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (16): An application of quantum physics to how we see ourselves and our connection with the universe. Ahead of its time and will remain influential.

17
116 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
4.17 Sterne (4.17 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (7): May argues that attaching ourselves to a particular end (destiny), instead of tying us down, provides the right amount of freedom to create and prosper. The theme of personal responsibility has influenced Stephen Covey and others.… (mehr)

18
29 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
3 Sterne (3 Sterne)

Erklärungen:

PlaidStallion (1): Adler formed an entire new branch of psychology (individual) but with this book brought his insights to a popular audience. It covers adolescence, feelings of superiority and inferiority, the importance of cooperation, work, friendship, love, and marriage.… (mehr)

19
5,235 Mitglieder, 51 Rezensionen
3.73 Sterne (3.73 Sterne)
20
2,792 Mitglieder, 29 Rezensionen
3.94 Sterne (3.94 Sterne)
21
2,556 Mitglieder, 30 Rezensionen
4.17 Sterne (4.17 Sterne)
24
2,028 Mitglieder, 19 Rezensionen
3.61 Sterne (3.61 Sterne)
27
639 Mitglieder, 7 Rezensionen
3.8 Sterne (3.8 Sterne)
28
611 Mitglieder, 9 Rezensionen
4.11 Sterne (4.11 Sterne)
29
497 Mitglieder, 6 Rezensionen
3.82 Sterne (3.82 Sterne)
33
411 Mitglieder, 1 Rezension
4.2 Sterne (4.2 Sterne)
34
394 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
3.43 Sterne (3.43 Sterne)
35
267 Mitglieder, 7 Rezensionen
3.55 Sterne (3.55 Sterne)
36
263 Mitglieder, 1 Rezension
3.55 Sterne (3.55 Sterne)
37
229 Mitglieder, 3 Rezensionen
3.7 Sterne (3.7 Sterne)
39
207 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
3.38 Sterne (3.38 Sterne)
40
133 Mitglieder, 2 Rezensionen
3.79 Sterne (3.79 Sterne)
41
133 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
3.5 Sterne (3.5 Sterne)
43
117 Mitglieder, 1 Rezension
4.03 Sterne (4.03 Sterne)
44
113 Mitglieder, 1 Rezension
4 Sterne (4 Sterne)
48
47 Mitglieder, 0 Rezensionen
3 Sterne (3 Sterne)
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