You Make the Difference

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Harper Collins, Jul 20, 2010 - Self-Help - 368 pages
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You Make the Difference speaks directly to those of us who find ourselves preoccupied with the sheer effort of coping with life's many demands and who long for real answers, inner security, and self-fulfillment. Eric Butterworth's wise and inspiring book provides us with guidance for living life to the fullest and achieving that most elusive state: happiness. In this book, he reveals how we carry within ourselves the capacity to transform our lives, and provides a road map to getting to know yourself which, Butterworth says, is the "key to happiness."


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I The Importance of You
1 The Need to Be Yourself
2 The Great Frontier
3 Playing the Role
4 You Are Important
5 Happiness Is Homemade
6 Action an Aid to Feeling
39 The Birthday of Your Life
V Work and Success
40 Your Possible Dream
41 Making the Breaks of Life
42 The Lifters and the Leaners
43 The Master Plan
44 A Cosmic View of Work
45 The Healing of the Economy

7 Hidden Treasure
8 What Are You Saying to Yourself?
9 What Are You Seeing?
10 This One Thing I Do
11 The Woodcarver and the Bear
II Thinking Makes It So
12 Thinking About Thinking
13 The World You Live In
14 Its Whats Inside That Counts
15 How to Reverse Adversity
16 The Right Angle
17 The Power of Suggestion
18 The Fine Art of Changing Ones Mind
19 Creative Imagination
20 Can You Imagine That?
21 How to Manage Your Emotions
22 Keeping Up with Yesterday
III Getting Along with People
23 The One Creative Force
24 How to Get Along with People
25 The Opportunity of Marriage
26 The Hunger for Appreciation
27 Be an Ordinary Person
28 The Art of Listening
29 How to Give and Receive Criticism
30 The Grace of Receiving
31 Praise
IV Living Healthfully
32 The Key to Mental Health
33 Your Fountain of Youth
34 The Prince and the Statue
35 When the Heats On
36 How to Avoid MiddleAge Letdown
37 How to Get Out of Your Shell
38 The Quest for Attractiveness
46 How to Find Employment
47 Giving Yourself Away
48 From Futility to Significance
49 The Feel of Success
50 Do You Have Soft Shoulders?
51 Your Work as a Calling
VI Standing Up to Life
52 How to Make Decisions
53 UptoPar Insurance
54 Your Innate Power to Overcome
55 Handle Your Fears
56 Stand Up to Life
57 People Who Live in the Wilderness
58 How to Meet Interruptions
59 Taking the Simple Way
60 Your Genius for Good Fortune
61 How to Get Rid of Your Crutches
VII The Art of Letting Go
62 Meet Mr Rushmore
63 TwentyFour Hours to Live
64 A New Look at Tension
65 The Need for Silence
66 Relax and Let Go
67 You Need Never Be Tired
68 Sanctuary for You
69 Tranquility for You
70 Slow Down and Catch Up
71 The Art of Sleeping
72 Freedom and Solitude
73 From Fretting to Letting
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Eric Butterworth (1916-2003), often referred to as a "Twentieth Century Emerson," is considered a legend and spiritual icon in the Unity Movement. A visionary and an innovator, he originated the Spiritual Therapy Workshops. The author of sixteen bestselling books on metaphysical spirituality, a gifted theologian, philosopher, and lecturer, Butterworth was a highly respected New Age pioneer and innovator of New Thought, whose life was dedicated to helping people to help themselves.

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