JULIE BLAKE, SHELF HELP EAST

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What is your favourite self-help book? And why?

It’s a toss up between “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod and “The 4-Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferriss and. Both changed the way I think about time, and inspired me to make the most out of every day.

Why did you get involved in Shelf Help?

I’ve been devouring self help books for at least a decade and was excited to find an official excuse to read even more! I love the concept of building a community around good ideas.

What can people expect at your meetups?

Candid conversation over a glass of wine, zero judgement, and a summary of key highlights from our book of the month.

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PAULA SANCHEZ, SHELF HELP CENTRAL

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MELANIE THOMAS, SHELF HELP WEST

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JULIE JONES, SHELF HELP SOUTHAMPTON

What is your favourite self-help book? And why?

I didn’t have one before SH but now I have three:

  1. The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a f**k by Sarah Knight 

  2. The Inside-Out Guide to the REAL You by Claire Dimond

  3. The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani

Why did you get involved in Shelf Help?

The concept of bringing together people who are inspired to develop themselves in a safe space of no judgement resonated with me. As did the idea of people supporting each other to be the best version of themselves and also connecting people through positivity and talking responsibility for their own lives 

What can people expect at your meetups?

A little silliness, a little seriousness, lots of honesty, humility and reservoirs of unconditional support and love to help us see other people’s perspectives and alternate realities to our daily challenges thorough new, judgement free eyes without ego or obligation.

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AMBER LORT-PHILLIPS, SHELF HELP PEMBROKESHIRE

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