Be your own life coach – fiona harold. Where many life coaching books tend to come off as very patronising, obvious and, most of all, American, this book is none of the above. Fiona Harold has spotted a hole in the market and fashioned herself into Britain’s most successful life coach, which means she’s about two foot shorter than Tony Robbins but has more hair (well, real hair anyway). This book pretty much sums up how you yourself can define who you are and what you want to be. No filler, just effective exercises for you to work through and see how you really think. There is some pseudo-psychotherapy going on in there but it’s not extreme and the main flaw I would suggest is that sometimes it’s easier for someone else to see your weaknesses and strengths than you find it yourself – so just using the book isn’t always the answer. That said it’s a great book and I highly recommend it to everyone to help understand who you are and what you want to do.