Daniel Priestley

Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (39 of 64)
Location: UK



Top Reviewer Ranking: 113,485 - Total Helpful Votes: 39 of 64
The Natural Laws of Work: How to stay cool, calm a&hellip by Prue Nichols
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I got given this book by the author and I put it on my pile of books at home. Because I didn't buy it, I didn't immediately value it. Later I picked it up and began reading and discovered I love it and would have bought it myself.

It offers very practical advice and intuitively I already know this book will help me deal with stress, pressure and unlocking my best performance.

Reading this book will make everything you do more powerful and impactful. Go for it!
Goodbye Mr Ex: A Woman's Guide To Moving On by Marina Pearson
I have some girlfriends who still obsess over their ex boyfriend even though I know he has moved on completely. I think this is a helpful book to recommend (only if asked of course) if you want to help the situation.
It's a book about forgiveness, learning, putting things in perspective and creating a compelling future. It's written by someone who's also done it and is living a great life with her new, perfect relationship.
Firmer Figures: Fess Up or Mess Up - How to spot t&hellip by Georgette Rowland Osborne
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A powerful promise., 20 July 2014
As with any health issue, early detection keeps you alive. So too in business, if you can react to a small problem before it's out of control you'll last longer in business. After ten years in business for myself, the thing I'm most sure of if spotting trouble early... This book helps people to do that too. A lot of books are written about success, vision and big goals; I'm glad to see one based on the realities of avoiding dangerous situations.

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