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Some of the reviews and interviews about Whose Mind Is It Anyway?:
Video interview with Dr Amy Johnson, psychologist and author of The Little Book of Big Change.
Divine Play Radio, hour long interview with 3 Principles trainer and mental health educator, Jeanne Catherine Gray.
The Mindful Word, book review by Erica Roberts.
Maria Shriver.com, excerpt.
Geoff Whaley.com, book review.
Mornings With Minjay, Experiments in Work Life Balance, book review by Michelle Chahine.
“It’s difficult for me to put into words how much I love Whose Mind Is It Anyway? Lisa and Franco manage to share age-old truths about human life in an unbelievably creative, hilarious, and smart way. The truths they write about are deep and profound, and yet this book is fun, light, and entertaining. I couldn’t more highly recommend it!”
Dr. Amy Johnson, Licensed Psychologist, author of The Little Book of Big Change.
“A fun, charming and delightful book that carries a deep healing message for anyone wanting keys to life with ease and inner happiness. It is easy to read and will warm you heart. I will be recommending it to youngsters and adults alike.”
Dr. Ken Manning, Licensed Psychologist, author of Invisible Power, Insight Principles at Work.
“I love love love the book… I have shared it with two people at work already and we are planning on using it for our social and individual counseling sessions when we come back to school next year.”
Rebecca Bittner, CSP Special Educator, North Harford Middle, Maryland.
“Contains more pictures than it does words, but the words it does include pack a powerful punch … offering, in a non-judgmental and friendly manner, alternative ways of thinking and behaving that’ll actually set you on a pathway towards contentment.”
Erica Roberts, The Mindful Word.
“It’s a quick read, but don’t let that fool you: Within seven short, fun chapters, Lisa and Franco have succinctly explained how we can not only find peace from our thoughts, but also be at peace with ourselves.… I recommend keeping it somewhere you’ll see it often and flipping through the pages whenever you’re getting stuck in a web of thoughts.”
Lori Deschene, Tiny Buddha founder, author of Tiny Buddha’s Guide To Loving Yourself
“I absolutely love Whose Mind Is It Anyway? It’s the perfect personal-growth book for those of us who are done with personal-growth books. So simple and whimsical and wise. It has charmed and delighted me into reimagining my approach to life. And it makes me smile every time I open it up.”
Susan Isaacs, comedienne, and author of Angry Conversations With God
“A unique, creative, and effective handbook that both illustrates fundamental insights into human nature and sets a straight course for self-enlightenment and fulfillment. A great present not only for recent graduates but for anyone questioning their next step; the issues raised by the Esiles last for a lifetime, and the positive vibe they promote are needed at all stages and ages of life.”
Nina Sankovitch, author of Tolstoy and the Purple Chair: My Year of Magical Reading