The Impact of Authors
Through their words, authors can guide and inspire. They trigger new insights and revelations. In the company of books, we find our Selves.
The following authors have touched the world with their profound work; they have certainly changed mine for the better. I have been lucky enough to interact with and learn from these amazing people.
Anthony Robbins has been an advisor to world leaders. He is a recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiations, organizational turnaround, and peak performance.
Brandon Bays is the founder of The Journey Process and author of several books about this wonderful healing process. She holds Journey and Abundance seminars throughout the world.
Deepak Chopra is an endocrinologist and well known physician in the field of Mind-Body medicine. He is the author of countless books and products. He has a healing centre in the USA.
Gary Quinn is a life coach, motivational speaker, and intuitive. He is the author of May the Angels Be With You, The Yes Frequency, and a CD series called Experience Your Greatness. He has been a consultant to celebrities, appeared on television shows worldwide, and a guest on over 250 radio shows.
Rhonda Britten is the founder of the Fearless Living Institute and author of the best-selling book, Fearless Living. She is an inspirational speaker and Fearbuster Life and Career Coach. She had two television shows: Help Me Rhonda (UK) and Starting Over (USA).
Robert Holden is known as the ‘happy psychologist’, founder of The Happiness Project, author of numerous books, and a HayHouseRadio show host. He runs certificated happiness training courses in the UK and the USA, and takes part in HayHouse events such as the I Can Do It conferences.
Wayne Dyer was a psychologist who left his teaching career to become the author of dozens of personal development books. He made popular psychology accessible, later expressing a more spiritual view in his books.
A few more
Though I have not seen the following authors speak in person, they have nonetheless shaped many of my own beliefs, thoughts and visions for my life.
Leo Buscaglia was known as "Dr Hug”. He taught Love 101 at the University of Southern California in the 1970s. His first book, Love (1972) was followed by more than a dozen books selling over 11 million copies in 20 languages. Five of them appeared on The New York Times best-seller list at one time.
Catherine Ingram is a dharma teacher, leading the Dharma Dialogues since 1992. She is the author of Passionate Presence: Seven Qualities of Awakened Awareness.
Maya Angelou was a poet, educator, historian, best-selling author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director.