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Book Title: Buat Apa Susah?|
The author of the book: Malti Bhojwani
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 29.93 MB
Edition: Gramedia Pustaka Utama
Date of issue: March 2014
Read full description of the books Buat Apa Susah?:Buku ini bisa menjadi seringan atau semendalam yang Anda inginkan, tergantung bagaimana Anda membacanya. Tujuan buku ini adalah memberi Anda segala sesuatu yang Anda inginkan untuk benar-benar menjalani kehidupan yang Anda inginkan dan bergembira selagi mengejar impian serta hasrat Anda. Buku ini menyertakan penjelasan ilmiah bila diperlukan, kebijakan dari filsuf dan penulis klasik, ajaran dari kitab suci, serta pengalaman pribadi penulis untuk menggambarkan secara indah bagaimana Anda juga bisa menjalani kehidupan yang Anda inginkan, bukannya yang sudah ditentukan.
Anda tidak hanya akan belajar cara mengambil tindakan untuk mencapai kehidupan yang Anda inginkan dengan mengikuti langkah-langkah seperti di banyak buku pengembangan diri, tapi juga belajar mengubah cara Anda bicara pada diri sendiri, memampukan Anda merasa, berjalan, dan bermimpi dalam keadaan yang akan menarik segala sesuatu yang Anda inginkan, bahkan ketika Anda tidur.
Buku ini akan membantu Anda menyadari diri Anda selama 24 jam sehari, serta cara menciptakan kehidupan yang sukses dengan menjadi tubuh yang memancarkan rasa senang dan terima kasih.
Read information about the authorMalti is a Certified Professional Life Coach with the ICF (PCC) She is trained in Ontological Coaching and her clients include senior leaders from organizations like Microsoft, Ranbaxy,WIPRO, members of YPO and EO and many artists and entrepreneurs. She spent her childhood in Singapore where she grew up and went to school at St Hilda's, St Margeret's then St Andrew's. She was the president of the LDDS (Literary Drama and Debating Society and won the award for best bilingual student in her most early days. She later moved with her parents and 2 brothers to Spain for a year then on to Sydney, Australia. She got married to Neelam Nanwani from Jakarta, Indonesia in 89 and had her daughter, a fiction writer, Drishti Nanwani in 91. They later moved to Sydney where Drishti went to school and still resides. Malti was separated in 97 and soon divorced.
She began her personal development journey with Anthony Robbins' seminar where she walked on fire and that started a series of human potential movement courses and workshops that contributed to her personal growth. She discovered AsiaWorks, now The Works Partnership and completed their transformational training in Jakarta, Indonesia.
This led to her training to become a professional life coach with ICA (International Coach Academy) and NLP Training with Christopher Howard. By this time she was also a certified Gemmologist, Diamond Grader and Jewellery Valuer in Australia certified by the GAA.
She went on to train more and attained her PCC - Professional Certified Coach Credentials from the ICF (International Coach Federation) Her personal MBTI identity is ENFP.
She is now the top life coach out of almost 200,000 life coaches internationally on Linkedin.
Malti then trained to become an Ontological Coach with Newfield Network.
Her writing career started with a magazine article called "Marriages May End But Families Are Forever"
which became extremely popular and even translated into several languages to help couples co-parent in a loving way even after divorce which really helped her in her life coaching career.
Malti's first published work, Thankfulness Appreciation Gratitude came out in january 2011 and was personally blessed by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.
This was meant to be the first in a series of journals to support guided writing in reflection to support lasting change and it was meant to come out after the book, which has a strong message on Gratitude, however it was ready way before the book so it went into publication over a year earlier than the book.
Her latest book, "Don't Think of a Blue Ball" is making the distance and traveling all over the globe, being well received by renowned authors, Jack Canfield, Ron Kaufman & Les Hewitt who will soon be offering their testimonials for the reprints.
Don't Think of a Blue Ball is a statement that befuddles some, but those who get it, know that it is laced with NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) If I were to say to you, whatever you do, do not think of a blue ball, what image will you conjure up in your mind? Exactly!
Malti presents keynotes and speaks on many podiums and has a calendar full of workshops based around her coaching principles and exercises that she has also shared in the book.
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