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26 Feb 2014

More recently Awaken the Giant Within (Robbins, 1991), Men AreFrom Mars, Women Are From Venus (Gray, 1992) and anything from Dr Phil have made the term self-help part of the modern vernacular. We are craving more information from professionals because we are driven to enhance our lives, Aiken says. Education is power. The key difference today compared to 20 years ago is the access we have to these materials and experts. With the creation of the internet, Twitter, Facebook, and phone apps, we now have all the knowledge at our fingertips. Human beings ultimately want to feel in control of their lives, he adds.

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Firstly, my 25th consecutive post on this blog went up, a point I never expected to reach. Come to think of it, I may have had more published in the last couple of [...] Self-help guru Tony Robbins: Everyone needs to find a way to have meaning or significance Tony Robbins was a friend of Princess Diana, advised Bill on the eve of his impeachment and has talked policy with both 2012 presidential candidates. Hes a household name in the US, and when he comes to London this week, business bigwigs will pay up to 2,600 to attend a conference where he is one of three speakers. Edwin Smith meets the man who promises to help you unleash the power within Dr Rohan Weerasinghe: Why the recession has boosted the self-help industry Described as one of the UKs most inspiring speakers, Dr. Rohan Weerasinghe travels the world and trains audiences in areas such as wealth creation, property, health and relationships, something that he has been involved in for the last 20 years. Anna Nathanson sits down with the entrepreneur and hears his thoughts on the self-help industry.

HC vacates stay on self-help coop law

The petitioners, mostly members of cooperative societies, alleged that the law was unconstitutional as it infringed upon the fundamental rights of cooperative societies. The division bench of Chief Justice A K Goel and Justice A K Rath observed that the ordinance was in accordance with law and the government had done nothing wrong by promulgating it. "The court said the ordinance was valid and refused to entertain our petition," said Pitambar Acharya, counsel of one of the petitioners. According to the Odisha Self-Help Co-operatives (Repeal) Bill, 2013, all 1,634 self-help cooperatives, functioning in the state, have to amend their bylaws and reconstitute the board of directors within three months in accordance with the 1962 Act. If they fail to do so, the registrar of cooperative societies will take over the cooperative organizations.


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