The list author says: "I would consider each and every one of the following titles life-changing. I offer no yoga books or Ken Wilber books, even titles within those categories have been life changing, simply because I have already made lists for those book. I have used each and every one of these books in my lectures and writings through the years. Enjoy!"
"In this book from early on in Dr. Dyer's career he really nails the "soft spots" in our brains, as he calls them. The book is a down to earth, kick in the butt, call to action for anyone who has ever experienced an inner battle of any sort."
"This book eventually turned into a series, and not all of the books are as good as this one. I recommend "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" because it is an excellent reminder of how we human beings tend to blow everything out of proportion (... and it's all small stuff)."
"This may be one of my all time favorite self-development book. The title says it all "Feel the Fear... and Do It Anyway" doesn't it? Well that what I though too until I read the pages. Jeffers approaches fear in a thought out, practical way, and offers easy to implement solutions that reduce fear and spur action."
"How can I write a list of self-development books without including this one. I actually translated this title from English to Icelandic in 1998 and have spoken countless times about this subject. "Forgiveness is when you stop wishing for a better past.""
"M. Scott Peck was one of the forerunners in the self-development psychology, but this book offers no easy solutions or hype. Peck's approach is empathic, life changing and very much in line with the first words in the book, namely that life is difficult."