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You have a God-given right to happiness, wealth, and success. In this dynamic book by Reverend Terry Cole-Whittaker, you'll learn how to cast off the shackles of fear and false beliefs to discover your own inner path--the route to your inborn talents and limitless potential! Explore your deepest feelings with self-awareness strategies and consciousness-raising exercises. Le You have a God-given right to happiness, wealth, and success. In this dynamic book by Reverend Terry Cole-Whittaker, you'll learn how to cast off the shackles of fear and false beliefs to discover your own inner path--the route to your inborn talents and limitless potential! Explore your deepest feelings with self-awareness strategies and consciousness-raising exercises. Learn how to cope with physical, mental, and spiritual problems, involving love, money, risk-taking, relationships, guilt, self-reliance, self-image, sexuality, and more. It's all here in one astonishing book: the motivation, tools, and tactics to resolve personal conflicts--and change your life forever!


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You have a God-given right to happiness, wealth, and success. In this dynamic book by Reverend Terry Cole-Whittaker, you'll learn how to cast off the shackles of fear and false beliefs to discover your own inner path--the route to your inborn talents and limitless potential! Explore your deepest feelings with self-awareness strategies and consciousness-raising exercises. Le You have a God-given right to happiness, wealth, and success. In this dynamic book by Reverend Terry Cole-Whittaker, you'll learn how to cast off the shackles of fear and false beliefs to discover your own inner path--the route to your inborn talents and limitless potential! Explore your deepest feelings with self-awareness strategies and consciousness-raising exercises. Learn how to cope with physical, mental, and spiritual problems, involving love, money, risk-taking, relationships, guilt, self-reliance, self-image, sexuality, and more. It's all here in one astonishing book: the motivation, tools, and tactics to resolve personal conflicts--and change your life forever!

30 review for What You Think of Me Is None of My Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Aikens

    I came across a quote: "Never explain yourself, your friends dont need it & your enemies will never believe it!" It's really remarkable how much we tend to allow the opinions of others to control us! So my personal philosophy is, and I teach my kids this every day, BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!! and remember --What You Think of Me is NONE of My Business!!!! This book helped encourage me to keep my personal philosophy in the forefront of my mind every day, not only for me but for my kids too-so I could l I came across a quote: "Never explain yourself, your friends dont need it & your enemies will never believe it!" It's really remarkable how much we tend to allow the opinions of others to control us! So my personal philosophy is, and I teach my kids this every day, BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE!! and remember --What You Think of Me is NONE of My Business!!!! This book helped encourage me to keep my personal philosophy in the forefront of my mind every day, not only for me but for my kids too-so I could lead by example with confidence. Read it! You won't regret it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kan

    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 basics. I read it over and over again. I was bullied at work when I was fresh out of a nursing school. THIS BOOK made a difference in my life. First thing I will do when my kids are older, I will introduce them to many of the concepts form this wonderful book. I also taught my mom to take it easy and h 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 basics. I read it over and over again. I was bullied at work when I was fresh out of a nursing school. THIS BOOK made a difference in my life. First thing I will do when my kids are older, I will introduce them to many of the concepts form this wonderful book. I also taught my mom to take it easy and how to cut off all those losers and manipulators from her life for good. Awesome book for anyone from 16 to 99 years of age!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anita

    Let go of outside expectations. Give it up because Terry Cole Whitaker transforms your thoughts with the mantra - what you think of me is none of my business. Learn to pay attention to who you are and not be a composite of the expectations of others. Live authentically without pretense. Get rid of the programmed conditioning that binds your life with unwarranted expectations. I recommend this book in every one of my seminars, it's that good. Let go of outside expectations. Give it up because Terry Cole Whitaker transforms your thoughts with the mantra - what you think of me is none of my business. Learn to pay attention to who you are and not be a composite of the expectations of others. Live authentically without pretense. Get rid of the programmed conditioning that binds your life with unwarranted expectations. I recommend this book in every one of my seminars, it's that good.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    I was disappointed in this book. It was not what I was expecting to read. The author seems to contradict herself in some of her belifs. I did not agree with a lot of what this author wrote about and she had me questioning what her idea of who God really is. There were a handful of things that were helpful but all in all I would not recommend this book.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trist247

    Amazing read! I learned that I was in charge of my life and that I didn't have to worry about what anyone else thought of me. After reading it I told everyone I knew about it and then I gave it to a friend. Amazing read! I learned that I was in charge of my life and that I didn't have to worry about what anyone else thought of me. After reading it I told everyone I knew about it and then I gave it to a friend.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elaine Copeland

    My friend in sales told me this book would change everything regarding the way I relate to others in business -she was right!! I have an entirely new outlook on self worth and ethics regarding the direction of my personal development. Terri Cole Whittaker is a great motivator and spritual guide.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    This book transformed my life. I have given this book to many people. This book should be required reading for life.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    I really did like this book. A great read; especially in a world when we are so concerned with what others think of us.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    A great inspirational read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    Amazing book! Such a positive and uplifting read. It cleared up some unasked questions I'd had and she was really to the point. Held no prisoners! :) Amazing book! Such a positive and uplifting read. It cleared up some unasked questions I'd had and she was really to the point. Held no prisoners! :)

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    The overall message of this book is a good one. I felt conflicted between the oversimplified, exaggerated examples and the real gems of wisdom here. I’ll start with what I liked. Overall Terry takes a guilt free, blame free, approach to managing life with your 100% responsibility at the center of it. This is a good life philosophy. I really appreciated objective quotes and povs such as: “Neither money nor happiness crates the other: happiness is a non moneyed experience and is a function of what The overall message of this book is a good one. I felt conflicted between the oversimplified, exaggerated examples and the real gems of wisdom here. I’ll start with what I liked. Overall Terry takes a guilt free, blame free, approach to managing life with your 100% responsibility at the center of it. This is a good life philosophy. I really appreciated objective quotes and povs such as: “Neither money nor happiness crates the other: happiness is a non moneyed experience and is a function of what is going on your life. Money isn’t good or bad. It just is.” There were little nuggets like that all throughout the book. Point where you stop and go: “huh, well I guess that is true.” I also really enjoyed the short chapter length - no more than 4 pages, as well as the summary, exercises, and affirmations at the end. Thought was a really useful way to put her tips into practice without having to reach through each topic. As for the things I didn’t love - they were mainly the chapters on Health and Work. Quotes like: “No one can threaten you unless you buy into that threat” were far too overarching for me. I suppose I understand the sentiment but there are times when you need to call a threat what it is and call the other person our first attacking you. Not acknowledging when you’ve been threatened either physically or emotionally can do some real damage. She also says that diseases and accidents (such as stubbing your toe) are born out of guilt and and unwillingness to deal with our true feelings. I don’t believe that at all. People who are very in touch with their feelings get sick and/or slam the car door on their fingers accidentally all the time. All that being said, I still think this book is a read and I do think most people will get something out of it!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cat Rayne

    A re-read as I was paring my book selection. Still appropriate strategies for self awareness. The title is really the culmination of several “life issues” we as humans encounter. Guilt, purpose, relationships and more. It’s not so much a self-focus as a self appreciation. And author Cole-Whittaker expresses how to move forward in life, without being a self absorbed jerk... Some reviews state it too religious but thoughts author lays claim to a foundation of God and borrows from scripture it is a A re-read as I was paring my book selection. Still appropriate strategies for self awareness. The title is really the culmination of several “life issues” we as humans encounter. Guilt, purpose, relationships and more. It’s not so much a self-focus as a self appreciation. And author Cole-Whittaker expresses how to move forward in life, without being a self absorbed jerk... Some reviews state it too religious but thoughts author lays claim to a foundation of God and borrows from scripture it is a subtle, near matter if fact approach. Not heavy handed, so even if you are not a believer there is plenty of good points to increase your personal abilities to handle...life.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Paige Rechtman

    This is one of the best, most insightful books I've ever read. I will carry the lessons I learned while reading it with me for the rest of my life. She does talk a lot about God and Christ but I took it with a grain of salt and was easily able to interpret the concepts of spirituality and godly power in a way that work for me. I got this book at the library but am going to purchase a copy for myself - it was just wonderful. This is one of the best, most insightful books I've ever read. I will carry the lessons I learned while reading it with me for the rest of my life. She does talk a lot about God and Christ but I took it with a grain of salt and was easily able to interpret the concepts of spirituality and godly power in a way that work for me. I got this book at the library but am going to purchase a copy for myself - it was just wonderful.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sonja Miletić

    Started reading this in a very bad period of my life because I needed something to remind me of the things I shouldn't have forgotten about at first place. The book itself is great and there are so many things to learn about, but my problem was that I already knew all of it. However, there were a couple of incredible sentences I had to highlight to keep it in mind and hold on to them. I would recommend this book to the beginners of "law of attraction" world. Started reading this in a very bad period of my life because I needed something to remind me of the things I shouldn't have forgotten about at first place. The book itself is great and there are so many things to learn about, but my problem was that I already knew all of it. However, there were a couple of incredible sentences I had to highlight to keep it in mind and hold on to them. I would recommend this book to the beginners of "law of attraction" world.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Laladurochka

    If you are suffering from feelings of lack of self esteem or bad relationships , it might be helpful. For me the title alone was the most insightful thing of the book. Could have started and stopped there

  16. 4 out of 5

    MBJ

    It was a good read...helps to put things into perspective.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jon Robnett

    Had to stop reading every early on. Loved the title, but everything is about God and Jesus. Didn't realize I picked up a Christian book Had to stop reading every early on. Loved the title, but everything is about God and Jesus. Didn't realize I picked up a Christian book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Meghan Castro

    This is such an important book for those who find themselves preoccupied with others.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Anton

    Book about everything - I don`t like such types of books. Strange that Larry Winget recomended it. Very new age-ish. And some strange notions, like "everyone dreams about sex with parent" (wtf???), and something like "everyone who died in some way wanted to die". Book about fat, divorces, sex, work, children and so on. "I am expert on everything" type of book. Book about everything - I don`t like such types of books. Strange that Larry Winget recomended it. Very new age-ish. And some strange notions, like "everyone dreams about sex with parent" (wtf???), and something like "everyone who died in some way wanted to die". Book about fat, divorces, sex, work, children and so on. "I am expert on everything" type of book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gregg Bell

    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 is a study of what keeps us bound and alternatively what sets us free. And Whittaker speaks with first-hand knowledge of both states. She takes you through a cornucopia of neurotic bondage, including undeserved guilt, unexamined beliefs and parental manipulation and leads you out to a life of freedo 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 is a study of what keeps us bound and alternatively what sets us free. And Whittaker speaks with first-hand knowledge of both states. She takes you through a cornucopia of neurotic bondage, including undeserved guilt, unexamined beliefs and parental manipulation and leads you out to a life of freedom. Whittaker knew what it was like to be bound, hopeless, despairing, and she knows what it's like to soar. She asks: "Do you feel you 'owe' it to others to let them distract you?" And "Feeling guilty can be a great excuse for not getting on in life." And "What are your real reasons for being off purpose?" To change without, one must change within. When the inner transformation is complete, so is the outer. As the title suggests, much of the book is hard-boiled common sense, but just as you get resigned to that vibe, Whittaker will surprise you with a nearly mystical insight. "But we can learn to use our spirit effectively. To do so we must use our minds. We must raise our consciousness and become truly aware of those things that impede the implementation of our spirit. To gain self-reliance, we must give up our dependence on people, places, and things as the source of our good. We must become conscious of the absolute Universal Force embodied in our spirit and realize that our Higher Self is the source of our good. "A miracle occurs," she continues in the next paragraph, "when you become self-reliant: you no longer judge others because you are no longer trying to get anything from them." Again, the book is an owner's manual for transitioning from neurotic dependence to healthy independence. It's a little new-agey in places, which I don't mind. For instance: "What does work is to affirm for the type of person and the kind of job you want, knowing that, if that particular person or job doesn't come our way, there is someone and something better still available to you. Once you accept in your consciousness that what you want in your life is an idea whose time has come, you will then allow the universal creative mind to bring these people and situations to you. Then, the people and then jobs will absolutely match you." Always the focus is on transformation. Always. "Really your life is a great adventure, and you can create it the way you want it. You've been doing that already, but most likely unconsciously. Bring up the level of your consciousness and watch the miracles take place in your life."

  21. 4 out of 5

    Keri Murcray

    This book gave me a lot to think about. I plan to slowly work through the self-awareness strategies and exercises laid out in each chapter. I know there is much I can learn from this book if I take the time. I didn't agree with everything stated, specifically I have concerns with the belief that we all choose to be sick or to die. Though I can agree that we can, through stress, bring some sickness into our lives unnecessarily, I also don't believe you can will any sickness away through positive This book gave me a lot to think about. I plan to slowly work through the self-awareness strategies and exercises laid out in each chapter. I know there is much I can learn from this book if I take the time. I didn't agree with everything stated, specifically I have concerns with the belief that we all choose to be sick or to die. Though I can agree that we can, through stress, bring some sickness into our lives unnecessarily, I also don't believe you can will any sickness away through positive affirmation. I think, like anything, you have to take this advice with a grain of salt...but ultimately I believe I learned some important leassons that can only affect my life positively. I'm glad I read it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joji

    The title clearly tells about the content. It tells you to live your life according to your dreams not on conditions and taboos established by the society. Dont live to please others instead live to please yourself believing in your intuitions. Do what is ethically right which does not harm others. Dry content but interesting to read

  23. 5 out of 5

    BewareTheWildAnimals

    This book is nothing new if you are well versed in the self-help/success books. Her points are valid and well presented. The thing that makes it different and worth the higher rating is that she has been saying what others are now saying, for a long time AND she includes God as her source when most others leave Him out.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Zuniga

    This silly old book takes a profound look at the ways we take things personally and muddy up our relationships, especially with ourselves. It's a great read and well worth the time. This silly old book takes a profound look at the ways we take things personally and muddy up our relationships, especially with ourselves. It's a great read and well worth the time.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Cooper

    My first review is ironically filled with grammatical errors, after complaining about the ones in this book!!! Spell check!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

    Cole-Whittaker is an advanced spiritual writer who is right at the point about how we think. Bravo!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joy Tibbs

    Eye opening book especially for the time in my life that I read it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jaclyn

    A bit of old fashioned writing for me when it comes to the spiritual side, but the messages were awesome.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    i think i liked it quite a lot; i read it a loooong time ago.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Yeongbae Kim

    I love reading the book. The chapters are short and provide some questions at the end for reflection. The message and narrative are relatable.

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