Nonfiction – self-help, personal productivity and experimental psychology

Nonfiction books by Mark Bradford.  These books explore the human condition and delve into everything from how all people connect to spirituality, religion, and lack thereof, to the structures present in business that are invisible but play a part in controlling your destiny, to the three ways our brains communicate with ourselves and others.  Three Voices has been endorsed by a clinical psychologist for its ability to deliver complex concepts—such as self-esteem, self-talk, and repetitive memories—in an easy-to-understand language.  The Status Game III is coming soon.  Look for it.

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  • Did you know you have three voices? Do you know that one can always be used to override another?
  • Do you know that one of the voices is also a sounding board that can not only help you (preparing for a speech, reviewing a discussion), but also can torment you if overused (that fight you had playing over and over in your head for seemingly ‘no reason’)?
  • Why is it so difficult to teach a task that is ‘muscle memory’ for you? And how did it get there in the first place?
  • Why does your inner dialogue seem like it’s not exactly on your side of things?
  • What one invention connects the inner voice of strangers together resulting in conflict?

Three Voices – the three languages we use to communicate with ourselves and others.


Have faith. In yourself. Is there a higher self? As there a part of us that exists somewhere else? Are we the lower, physical portion of something more? Mark Bradford explores these questions candidly, and what that means if true. As arguably the deepest and most profound of subjects, one must tread lightly. I have no idea how many books are written in modern times that introduce a “new religion.” This is not a book about vibrations, or crystals, or potions. This is also not a book about something that happened thousands of years ago, or writings that were found on a scroll or a tablet or a cave wall. This is instead a book about a hypothetical concept – one that if is correct will correct in spite of or regardless of your awareness or belief in it.

The original The Status Game book!


Written by a man who created a dating site from scratch.

Once you enter the world of dating you realize there are rules in place. The problem is that most of them are a mystery to you – even the rules you are already playing by.

The Status Game explains the rules, why you pick who you pick, why you aren’t meeting who you want to, and it’s all based on one thing:


This book tackles real life issues in a direct manor while still retaining a sense of (possibly absurd) humor. It is not for the faint of heart, but for those who really want to get to the bottom of how things work. It will have you laughing and nodding in no time.

Tangible take aways will help you understand relationships in general, and why some work and some do not – and what you can do about it.

Some language.

The sequel to The Status Game – expands greatly upon the foundation introduced in The Status Game.  The Status Game II covers everything from the Extradimensional math of relationships to the invisible status structures on top of many organizations and introduces the dashboard and gages that determine our likes, relationships and even our self-esteem.

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