Authors: Leonard Mlodinow,
Leonard Mlodinow explains the science behind how you perceive the world in a way that is easy to understand so you can apply what you learn and change your behavior. Learn how the mind’s subliminal processes contribute to the way you see your relationships, workplace and yourself, and how it affects your decision-making skills and distorts your memory.
Authors: Dalai Lama XIV,Desmond Tutu, Douglas Carlton Abrams
This book will help you discover your source of happiness, no matter what life keeps throwing your way. A world-renowned monk, Dalai Lama, and South Africa’s popular archbishop, Desmond Tutu, put their life experiences together and draw out simple and effective ways of remaining joyful no matter what you are going through.
Authors: Elle Luna,
Almost everyone comes to a standstill when they are caught between what they “should” do and what they “must” be doing. Many turn back, but a few muster the courage to jump forward. Elle Luna reveals everything you need to know about the “shoulds” and “musts” of life, and how you can uncover a life filled with spiritual purpose and fulfilment.
Authors: Elaine St. James,
When life overwhelms you, you crave simplicity. This is true for your career, personal space and your relationships too. Elaine St. James is a simplicity expert, and in this book she provides effective strategies that will help you develop a simple and fulfilling life. By the end of it, you’ll rediscover the real quality of life.
Authors: Benjamin Hoff,Ernest H. Shepard
The master Taoist isn’t a philosopher or even Chinese. It is none other than your favorite Winnie-the-pooh. Pooh’s example of being, as opposed to his anxious and overconfident friends, is what Taoism is all about. In this mind-blowing book, Benjamin Hoff shows you how you can develop Taoism by reflecting on the life of this A. A. Milne’s popular character.
Authors: Matthew Syed,
In the United States, every year over 400,000 deaths are caused by avoidable medical errors. That should prove how frequently even the most professional people make errors. Matthew Syed shows that while mistakes are inevitable, it is possible to avoid them repeating. This book will help show you how.
Authors: Susan Forward,Craig Faustus Buck
Not everyone in this world has enjoyed a happy relationship with their parents. For some, it was abusive, manipulative and the reason why they lack confidence in themselves. Even after becoming adults, they are confronted with threats and emotionally draining reactions from their parents. Susan Forward addresses this issue and helps you rediscover yourself in the midst of all of this chaos.
Authors: Nathaniel Branden,
Self-esteem doesn’t only play a role in how you view yourself. It affects your relationships, your success, and especially your psychological health. Nathaniel Branden gives you 6 life-changing principles that will help you boost your self-esteem. Once you’ve reached its peak, you’ll discover new powers and opportunities you once only dreamed of.
Authors: Kristen Lamb,
Today, there are more opportunities for authors than ever before. However, social media has changed this field and introduced new concepts such as “branding” and “marketing.” If you’re a writer or you’ve got the potential to become one, Kristen Lamb’s We Are Not Alone is a must-read. Her insights will guide you through every aspect of writing in the 21st century.
Authors: Ben Mezrich,
It all started in 2003 when Zuckerberg hacked into Harvard’s computers and nearly got expelled — that was when the idea of Facebook was born, a social media network that revolutionized how we communicate forever. But that wasn’t it… Ben Mezrich gives us the tale of two friends — Saverin and Zuckerberg — and their journey from a dorm room to Silicon Valley; a friendship that was destroyed by their biggest success — Facebook.
Authors: Richard Branson,
He did it in 25 years — he became one of the world’s most influential businessmen and established a conglomerate that ranges from airway to bridal wear. He saw opportunity even in situations when experts advised him against. He worked harder than any entrepreneur and still had a lot of fun — this is the story of Richard Branson, which he put together and titled Losing my Virginity.
Authors: Yevgeniy Brikman,
This book is the product of interviews with key people at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Yevgeniy Brikman gives you a complete guide on how you can launch a hit product, develop revolutionary technology and establish strong teams in the crushing start-up environment.
Authors: Al Ries,Laura Ries
Marketing gurus Al and Laura Ries combine their wisdom on marketing and illustrate to the reader the power of branding. They argue that branding is the only way to establish a product or a service in today’s versatile marketplace. A special bonus book (22 immutable laws of internet branding) is included to help you tackle the biggest challenge facing most businesses today – branding on the internet.
If You’re Not First, You’re Last: Sales Strategies to Dominate Your Market and Beat Your Competition
Authors: Grant Cardone,
The economy is uncertain, and mistakes are very costly. This is why Grant Cardone gives you a strategy to make sales regardless of the economic conditions. His ways will set you apart from the excuse-makers, open the doors of creativity and guarantee higher market share. Bid your competitors farewell.
Authors: Stephen R. Covey,
Stephen Covey’s 7 life-changing habits along with his advice, insight and amusing real-life stories guarantee success in your life. Covey argues that integrity, service and human dignity are what creates better opportunities in your life. His holistic guidelines will give you control over your life, your time and even your personal relationships.
Authors: Sam Carpenter,
Carpenter helps you transition your world from a chaotic blur to an organized linear system with simple guidance given in a step-by-step process. His “system methodology” has been applied to various fields such as engineering, telecommunication, business management and many more, making it suitable for just about any profession. Discover how you can organize the internal mess in your business organization and dramatically improve its performance.
Authors: Daniel Coyle,
For any organization to move forward in success, the culture plays a key role. Daniel Coyle provides you with techniques that can create a pool of people with a motivation to learn, cooperate and create a change. He also shares stories of failures from which you can draw lessons and learn what not to do when building a team.
Authors: Wayne W. Dyer,
Dr. Dyer gives a new meaning to intention and shows you how you can use it to create the life of your dreams. In The Power of Intention he explains with the help of stories, how you can establish a connection with this energy — the intention — and its attributes. He also provides a special insight into his idea of world-peace that is operated by the universal mind of the intention.
The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: Guidance on the Path to Mindfulness from a Spiritual Leader
Authors: Haemin Sunim,Chi-Young Kim
Through this book, Haemin Sunim gives you a break from the fast-moving world around you. He trains your mind to slow down, maintain strong bonds with the people in your life, and develop a self-forgiving and compassionate nature. He also provides the 8 areas in your life that will bring true happiness, and many more such life-changing ideas.
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do: Take Back Your Power, Embrace Change, Face Your Fears, and Train Your Brain for Happiness and Success
Authors: Amy Morin,
They don’t entertain pity parties. They don’t give in to failure. They don’t live in the past. They don’t fret over things that are beyond their control. They don’t live to please the world. These are only some of the many life-changing traits of mentally strong people that you will learn in this book. Incorporate these traits and nothing will be able to hold you down again.