February 2017 Celebrity Picks: Cesar Millan

LessonsPack200Cesar Millan has been a huge success and a source of endless inspiration for anyone struggling with training a dog.  As the "Dog Whisperer," Millan has taken on the most difficult cases, the dogs others have given up on, and he's proven time and again that every dog has the potential to be a wonderful pet--it's their human owners that are the obstacle. 

In his new book, Cesar Millan's Lessons From the Pack: Stories of the Dogs Who Changed My Life, Millan invites readers to look at eight key lessons we can learn from our canine companions including how to have relationships built on trust, respect, freedom, and acceptance...

We asked Cesar Millan to share three of the books he's loved recently and why--from his picks below I think it's safe to say that Millan is as much a student of self-improvement as he is a teacher to the rest of us.

 

 

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I Should Forgive, But...: Finding Release from the Bondage of Anger and Bitterness by Dr Chuck Lynch and Gary Smalley
 
This book spoke to me as I am intrigued on why people have such a hard time letting go of shame, fear, and guilt.
 

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Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer
 
The mind is powerful when you learn control. We as humans need to learn how to control our thoughts, emotions and ideas.
 

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Becoming A Person of Influence by John C. Maxwell and Jim Dornan
 

This book spoke to me as I'm always thinking of how  can I help a person better understand dogs and dog psychology.

 

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