C 15/42b “Indestructible You”: Building a Self that Can’t be Broken

Choose Positive Living with Sara Troy and her guest Tim Ward aired October 20th-26th

We are all on a journey of Self Discovery but who guides on our road and how “Indestructible” can we make ourselves along the way? 

images (8)The collaborative work of Shai Tubali and Tim Ward, “Indestructible You: Building a Self that Can’t be Broken” is a practical guidebook for making yourself so strong inside that life’s relentless ups and downs cannot shake you and cannot break you. “Indestructible You” will help you uncover the powerful, driving force of your true self, and let go of everything that holds you back. “Indestructible You” is based exercises and practices developed by Shai Tubali through his research and work guiding several hundred individuals through psycho-transformational processes.

In essence: Life is like an eternal seesaw. At every given moment you’re either up – getting what you want and feeling powerful, or down – finding yourself rejected, weakened and frustrated. We are forever hoping to bend the laws of this ‘unfair game’ so that we stay on the up-side of life. But this unrealistic insistence is why we suffer. “Indestructible You” reveals the way to step down from the eternal seesaw and build an unbreakable self, a self that remains fearless and strong no matter what life throws at you. Impressively ‘user friendly’ from beginning to end, “Indestructible You: Building a Self that Can’t be Broken” is insightful, informative, practical, and inspiring. Very highly recommended for personal and community library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections.


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tim wardTim Ward is an author, publisher, teacher, traveler, and blogger for the Huffington Post. He has written eight books, including four about his travels through Thailand, India, China, Tibet, Europe and Africa. The publishing imprint he heads, Changemakers Books, publishes book about Transformation.

His newest book, Inedstructible You, looks at transformation from the perspective of Power, and how the struggle for power affects our sense of health and well being. His co-author, Shai Tubali, is a therapist and expert on the subject of power. Tubali’s ideas form the heart of the book. (And indeed, q good place to start is to ask, Tim, Why did you and Shai Tubali decided to write this book together?

New books to change your life in 2015:

Indestructible You

youThe Journey to Inner Power

The Caveman Rules of Survival

Awareness is Freedom

Burnout to Brilliance

Indestructible You

Honey in the River

Opening Love

Integration: The Power of Being Co-active in Work and in Life

Mindfulness and Madness

The Master Communicator’s Handbook

www.changemakers-books.com and 

Email contact publisher@changemakersbooks.com

facebook.com/Changemakersbooks

https://twitter.com/IndestructYou

facebook.com/IndestructibleYouBook

3459ShaiTubali is a highly professional published author who specializes in the field of self-transformation.
His fourteen books in the Hebrew language (two of them have become best sellers; another received a prize from the Israeli ministry of education), three books in the English language and two books in the German language, are all dedicated to establishing new pathways of genuine inner self-change.

www.shaitubali.org

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