What you think of me is none of my business

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Oak Tree, Publications, 1979 - Philosophy - 194 pages
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Cole-Whittaker's innovative methods for human resource development, self-motivation and personal growth are available here in this book. Readers can learn to cope with physical, mental and spiritual problems involving love, money, guilt, self-image, sexuality, relationships and more.

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Review: What You Think of Me is None of My Business

User Review  - Kan - Goodreads

I hope this book is translated into every language possible, so it can help as many people in the world as it helped to English speakers. It is my constant reference and positive reminder for many ... Read full review

Review: What You Think of Me is None of My Business

User Review  - Gregg Bell - Goodreads

Okay this book is 35 years-old by a former beauty queen. It's got the hokey, catchy title. It's just got to be cheesy self-help fluff by a beautiful blonde flake, right? Guess again. This little book ... Read full review

Contents

ABUNDANCE IS YOUR RIGHT
7
BREAKING THE CIRCLE OF GUILT
17
4
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Copyright

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