Products I recommend

The purpose of this page on the blog is to share few excellent personal development products/resources/programs/books that helped me immensely to visualize, prioritize and realize my dreams. Without the aid of these products, it’s fair to say that it would have taken much longer time to succeed (and results could have been far less efficient).

Disclosure: Please note that there are affiliate links in this page; means I earn a small commission if you decide to buy these products through my link. Again, don’t just buy because I am recommending them; Try them, read my reviews, commit a time for getting most of the product/program and finally hit the buy button.

Personal Development Programs

Creative Visualisation by Lisa Nichols

Power of CVVisualization . Being one of favorite topic – I was drawn towards this digital course by Lisa Nichols and learned few new lessons that I can apply to various aspects of my life such as body, family & relationships, positive living. The program consists of 12 audio files categorized under 4 primary chapters (mind, body, positive living, people & relationships).

How to attend/get most out of this program: I mostly listened to this program using my phone and headphones, a couple of chapters in my car’s audio player. Since the program can be accessed online anytime, you get the freedom to listen either online or offline.

I have written a detailed review of this program which you can read and learn more about my experiences, if you already know about the program and want to enroll yourself into this course, you should head over to the product page of the program and get instant access.

Unlimited Abundance Program  by Christie Marie Sheldon

unlimited abundance home trainingThis 24 audio series program by Mindvalley has amazed me with its depth of content and ability to clear out various misconceptions/abundance blocks we have about success, achievement, life.

How to attend/get most out of this program: It took me few weeks to complete the program since each audio runs through approximately 45 minutes. The best part was the flexibility the program since it can be accessed anywhere/anytime through smartphone/laptop/mobile. I take notes while I listen to any of such program and unlimited abundance was no exception.

I recommend you too to keep a notebook handy and capture the points that are relevant to you.

Read my full review of Unlimited Abundance here or buy directly from the product page

OmHarmonics Meditation Audio

OmLifeI am a music lover, and that’s what drove me towards these meditation audio tracks. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to these audio tracks, and they surely had a pleasing effect on my mind and body. It’s not just once, but I listened (and listening) them again and again, and the results were clearly notable (one example, my writing instantly became fluent while I was listening to them where as I was suffering from writer’s block) 

How to Use this Program: Once you purchase the program, you will have access to 5 different audio tracks (The Awakening, The Focus, The Spark, The Balance, The Deep Rest), you can listen to them from your mobile/tablet, computer using a good stereo headphone.

You can read my review of this meditation audio here and here, or you can buy these audio tracks directly from products page.

Books I recommend (my personal favorite collection)

This list can be as long as a mile (Kindle format does count), but I will resist my temptation and share the ones that had the most impact on me (on different topics). It’s very much possible that you would have already heard about/read these books, however, if not – I recommend you to get hold them and start reading.

  • The ONE Thing by Gary Keller: Found this gem during December 2014 and completed reading last week. I can say that this is a truly remarkable book and can drastically change the way we think and work. A must read for anyone.
  • Crush-It by Gary Vaynerchuk: This is a compelling book consisting of real examples and tells you the importance of building our personal brand. Loved reading this one.
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki: It finds itself in the top slot when it comes to financial management and even entrepreneurship. A must read.
  • The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma: A masterpiece from Robin Sharma. Though the book released decades ago, it still mesmerizing everyone with its powerful messages and rituals for fulfilling our dreams.
  • Influence, the Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Claudine: I learned a lot from this book, a different topic altogether – ‘persuasion’ and the simple examples (results from Claudine’s research over the years) explained, took me by surprise. Buy, rent (don’t steal ); do whatever it takes to get this book, and I am sure, your understanding about persuasion will change forever.
  • How Google Works by Eric Schmidt – Myself, being a software professional over a decade now, I am always interested to understand the culture of different companies, the way they conduct their businesses, processes they follow and how can I learn/emulate some of those processes in my professional/personal life.And this book was the right one.
  • Blink by Malcolm Gladwell – Though it took some time for me to sink into the content of this book, it captivated me by its story and the message it gives. For perfecting your judgments, you can’t afford to miss reading this.
  • Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson – Brilliantly written by Walter Isaacson, it was heart-warming to see the ups-downs-ups of the legend, Steve Jobs.
  • I woz – Computer Geek to Cult Icon by Steve Wozniak – Written by Woz himself, this is a detailed, transparent documentary of Woz’s journey/life through inventions, Apple

 

 

 

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