5 Inspirational Quotes And Pearls Of Wisdom To Live By

I love reading the quotes of people I admire and respect, whether they be currently with us today or lived far back in history. But it’s the historical quotes that carry the most weight with me because I feel as though they have stood the test of time. Although I could list probably dozens if not hundreds of quotes that have inspired me, I would like to put down five here that I have always come back to when I’ve needed some inspiration and wisdom. Good inspirational quotes serve as memes that we can recall as needed as if the teacher themselves were whispering their advise right into our ears.

 
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Top 5 Wayne Dyer Books – IMO

wayne-dyerWe lost a great man and one of my all time favorite authors recently – Dr. Wayne Dyer. Dyer’s first book, Your Erroneous Zones was the first self help, success psychology book I ever read. It fueled my interest in this field that remains to this day. In this book I was also introduced to Abraham Maslow and his hierachry of needs which has had a major influence on not only psychology but advertising, marketing and business management as well. Dyer listed Maslow as one of his mentors. Being a teenager at the time, and full of emotions I didn’t understand, Dyer in his first few books seemed to be able to cut through all the psychological babble and explain things in a very common sense way without ever talking down to the reader. He made it sound like he had found or realized something really unique and wanted to tell all his friends (his readers) what it was.

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