Adam Khan is the author of these books:
Self-Help Stuff That Works
Principles For Personal Growth
Antivirus For Your Mind
Fill Your Tank With Freedom
What Difference Does It Make
and Self-Reliance Translated
Adam is the creator of the web site, youmeworks.com.
He also blogs at moodraiser.com,
and he's the author of the books, Self-Help
Stuff That Works and Principles
For Personal Growth (now being used as a textbook for a college
course in San Diego, which
you can take online.)
Adam has been published in Prevention Magazine,
Cosmopolitan, Body Bulletin, Your Personal Best Newsletter, Wisdom,
Think and Grow Rich Newsletter, the Success Strategies newsletter,
and he was a regular columnist for At Your Best (a Rodale Press
publication) for seven years where his monthly column was voted
the readers favorite. He has been a regular columnist for
Josh Hinds Lets
Talk Motivation newsletter and nine other ezines. He's had
his work reprinted all over the internet and in others' books
all over the world.
Where did he learn what he knows? "I
have taken seminars and college classes, of course, but more
importantly, I have read and still read voraciously," says
Adam, "I've listened to innumerable audiobooks as well as
personally marking books I've read and recording those pages
to listen to over and over, and I try things out constantly,
experimenting with my own life to see what works and what doesn't.
I love to learn. And I collect studies. I actually have a 'study
collection,' in the same way that someone might collect stamps.
"I've also read lots of books on writing
until I found one I enjoyed READING. So I took that author's
opinions about writing over everyone else's. Not coincidentally,
he was the only writer who used scientific experimentation to
discover what makes writing readable."
Adam has a particular talent for sifting
the good stuff from the stuff that only SOUNDS good. "I'm
very practical," he says, "and I like things simple."
This all adds up to a fund of practical
knowledge he can share with you simply and clearly. And, he points
out, "I love answering questions." You can write to
him at email@example.com.
Read an interview with
Adam about his book, Self-Help Stuff That Works.
interview with Adam about optimism.
an interview with Adam about handling job burnout.
Adam's personal philosophy.
basic principles behind most of his work.
Khan's recommended reading list.