Suggestion is mighty powerful. Placebo’s work on me. I get seasick standing on the shore. And the queasy stomach I associate with long road journeys starts paces from the car. So I shouldn’t be surprised by the level of comfort I get from my expanding library of personal growth books. I know what I need and I’m patiently knocking them off. Like an assassin. At the base of my stack is Feel the fear and do it anyway – my foundation tome – surly the best book to build upon. I have The Secret of course and Deepak Chopra’s The 7 spiritual laws of success. In a BOGOF offer I picked up the Obama autobiographies. Losing my virginity – the Richard Branson’s biography fell in to my lap when I went to drop off old toys at a charity shop. I have dusted down my Heal your body and acquired Coach yourself and the Paul McKenna Change your life in 7 days workbook (with CD missing – an omission to be expected for 99p).
So what’s stopping me….
Please note: I want you to know I was given a gift of Cameron. I didn’t get very far with it. I don’t like him or his politics one little bit. I didn’t realise he was in my tower. He’s not there now.