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    Default Favorite Helpful Books

    A few books to share that have been some positive influence. Please others please do share those specifically pivotal readings which did make some impact upon you.

    (1). Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman (1995).

    (2). Feeling Good by David D. Burns, M.D. (1980). [Cognitive Discipline of your mind]

    (3). Frames of mind: Theory of Multiple Intelligences. by Howard Gardner (1983/1993).

    (4). A New Guide to Rational Living by Albert Ellis, PhD. & Robert A. Harper PhD. (1961, 1975). ([Rational-Emotive, basically similar to Cognitive Disciplinary mind set]

    (5). Please Understand Me by David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates (1984). [MBTI also known Myers-Briggs Typology Index]

    (6). Reason and Emotion in Psychotherapy by Dr. Albert Ellis (1962). ([Rational-Emotive, basically similar to Cognitive Disciplinary mind set]

    (7). The Seven Sacred Spiritual laws of Success by Deepak Chopra (1994).

    (8). 365 Days of Walking the Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day by Terri Jean (2003).

    (9). World Scripture: A Comparative Anthology of Sacred Texts (Of International Religious Foundation (1991).
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    Emotional Clearing by John Ruskan.

    Human Types by Susan Zannos (includes introduction to the subdivisions of the four (not three) Centers of Intelligence upon which the Enneagram teachings were originally based; you'll see the true identity of what have erroneously come to be known as "cognitive functions").

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    How to win friends and influence people - Dale Carnegie
    Predictably Irrational - Dan Ariely

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    Mercifulness is not a trait that the weak can possess. The world is full of idiots who like to think that they are merciful in order to forget that they actually are weak.

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