Authors: Douglas Stone,Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen
Whether it’s with your spouse, an underperforming employee or even a customer, we are all guilty of evading some conversations. Difficult Conversations will give you the tools to overcome this problem. You will learn to let go of being defensive, to remain composed even during unfair accusations and much more.
Authors: David D. Burns,
Not many experts address the small, everyday conflicts we face in life. But they are often the reasons behind the greater problems, such as depression and anxiety. Dr. Burns eliminates this and reveals some simple techniques to make your life more fulfilling. From improving communication skills to becoming a better spouse, this book has the answer to most of life’s overwhelming situations.
Authors: Robin S. Sharma,
A sudden accident one Monday morning is when Jack Valentine’s life changed forever. His encounter with Cal, a cancer patient, made him realize that despite his wealth and popularity, he hasn’t been living up to his full potential. Cal then guides him to three profound teachers — the Roman saint, the Hawaiian surfer and an American CEO. This book is all about the lessons he learns on this life-changing journey.
Authors: Florence Scovel Shinn,
Florence Shinn gives you a profound, yet practical book that will make you realize what life is really about. She discloses the real art of success, and claims it isn’t always about the battles we win in life. She proves to you that life is more about what you give, because that is what will find its way back to you eventually.
Authors: Jeff Olson,
Unlike other self-help books that give you strategies you must learn, The Slight Edge is a book that helps you achieve the results you want with what you are equipped with already. Olson influences your mindset so you can start working on making your dream a reality, by small changes to your daily activities and using only what you already have within you.
You Are Not So Smart: Why You Have Too Many Friends on Facebook, Why Your Memory Is Mostly Fiction, and 46 Other Ways You’re Deluding Yourself
Authors: David McRaney,
Every time you make a decision or feel a certain way, you tell yourself a story before you explain it to the world. This story, according to McRaney, is usually a lie. In this book, he explains the psychology behind most of your actions, so you will be able to understand your own behavior and stop the habit of deluding your self.
Authors: Caroline Myss,
Failing to identify your “sacred contract” is often the cause of depression, anxiety and even most physical ailments. In Sacred Contracts, Myss uses the lives of Abraham, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad and extracts from it, how they fulfilled the purpose of their life. What she shares in this book will awaken your spirituality and help you live a life that truly means something.
Authors: Foundation for Inner Peace,
First published in 1975, A Course In Miracles is a legendary book that will spiritually transform your life. The author reveals the path to inner peace and how you can attain lasting happiness in your life. By the end of this book, your perception of the world will have changed and you will have a better understanding of life.
Authors: Alan W. Watts,
Anxiety has caused us to either regret the past or plan excessively for the future. In the midst of this, we forget the only guaranteed moment of our life — the present. Alan Watts helps you overcome this problem so that you can have what it takes to make the most of your life, and do so immediately.
Unlimited Memory: How to Use Advanced Learning Strategies to Learn Faster, Remember More and be More Productive (Mental Mastery Book 1)
Authors: Kevin Horsley,
Have you ever wondered how some people are able to concentrate and recall just about anything when you can barely get your mind to focus on a simple task? Kevin Horsley provides the answer. His easy strategies will improve your memory and attention skills, reduce the mistakes you make and double your productivity.
Authors: Wayne W. Dyer,
Following the principles of the Tao changed Dyer’s life forever. Now he shares what he spent years learning and mastering with you, so you too can live in alignment with nature. Discover a life where you are flexible — one without enemies in it, one where you finally find the courage to let go. Dyer’s Change Your Thoughts is guaranteed to bring peace into your existence.
Authors: Richard Bach,
Bach’s insights will make you realize that you already have wings and now it’s time for you to fly. Your wings will help you rise even above the darkest cloud so you can discover its purpose in your life. This is a book that will make you pay attention to the Messiah that has been hiding inside you all along.
Why We Make Mistakes: How We Look Without Seeing, Forget Things in Seconds, and Are All Pretty Sure We Are Way Above Average
Authors: Joseph T. Hallinan,
The reason why you open your refrigerator and can’t find your beer is also the reason why you make so many mistakes in your life. You see things, recognize a pattern, but forget to pay attention to the details. In this book, Joseph Hallinan reveals the mysteries behind your mistakes. His stories, parables and anecdotes will help reduce the mistakes you make and help you do better in the future.
Authors: Bill Burnett,Dave Evans
From the phone in your hand to the room you are in, everything is the product of a designer’s eye that noticed a shortage or problem, and a mind that came up with a solution. Bill Burnett and Dave Evans show you how you too can apply this kind of thinking to designing your life, whether you’re young or old, in the corporate field or a stay-home mom.
Authors: Clayton M. Christensen,James Allworth, Karen Dillon
Most of us go to bed every night wondering whether we really lived the day to its fullest. But how can we measure this? In this book, Christensen provides an answer to this question and a way to make everything in life more fulfilling. Whether it’s your career, your intimate relationships or your personal development, his insights will give you the inspiration to keep pushing forward.
Stein on Writing: A Master Editor of Some of the Most Successful Writers of Our Century Shares His Craft Techniques and Strategies
Authors: Sol Stein,
Sol Stein provides advice that is sure to change your writing career forever. You will learn everything about creating content — from conception to the very end. His guidance will help you identify the flaws in your work and fix them so that you are left with a story that is absolutely worth reading.
Authors: Steve Blank,Bob Dorf
A complete tried and tested guide on starting your own company in 608 pages by the Silicon Valley expert — Steve Blank. This book is used in Stanford, Berkeley, Columbia and other universities around the world because of its easy-to-understand style and easily implementable strategies that guarantee success in the future.
Authors: Chip Heath,Dan Heath
The decisions we make are often affected by our biases, confidence, and emotions. The brain is an extraordinary organ but when presented with an opportunity to make a decision, it becomes pretty useless on its own. In Decisive, the Heath brothers use extensive research and answer the questions that plague our mind during the burdensome task of decision-making.
Authors: Josh Waitzkin,
Becoming a World Champion in two extreme disciplines — chess and Tai Chi — made Josh Waitzkin realize that it isn’t chess or Tai Chi that he is good at. Rather, it is the art of learning. In this book, he uses his own life to explain how emotions can be used to fuel your creativity, how your weaknesses can be made into strengths, and many more life-changing lessons.
Authors: Neil Pasricha,
Neil Pasricha reveals some unconventional concepts and changes your perception of every aspect of life. From not taking advice, to getting past the myth of multitasking and retirement, this book will transform your life into one that is more fulfilling, and definitely happier than ever before.