Authors: Robert G. Hagstrom,Peter S. Lynch
You already know who Warren Buffett is, but how much do you know about his secrets of success? Robert Hagstrom reveals Buffett’s revolutionary investment tactics that are guaranteed to help improve your investment success. This book will train you to think like Buffett.
Authors: Malcolm Gladwell,
Revolutionary thinker Malcolm Gladwell gives you the unforgettable story of the man who invented birth-control pills and the tale of a dog-whisperer who could tame any animal with the mere touch of his hand. The lessons extracted and the insights shared in this book will change the way you think of the world and, most importantly, of yourself.
Authors: Gary Vaynerchuk,
The market isn’t how it used to be. Social media changed it completely. Now, its essential that businesses know their customers personally, or at least attempt to do so. Without this connection, no business will last today. Using data and related evidence, Gary Vaynerchuk, acclaimed social media marketing expert, shares his wisdom on how businesses can reap immense rewards from the new market climate and maintain customer loyalty.
Authors: Patanjali,Swami Satchidananda
Sri Swami Satchidananda is an expert yoga master. In The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali he reveals 4000 year old yogic teachings regarding posture, meditation and even ethics in the original Sanskrit language, along with their meaning and commentary. When you implement his strategies, you will find yourself more with strong mental, emotional and physical health.
Authors: Thomas A. Harris,
During childhood, we relied on our parents for comfort and care. But with time, we started identifying our feelings in relation to how others feel. Harris shows you how you can come out of this trap and communicate with the world like an adult who has control over childlike emotions and is able to effectively give the comfort of a parent.
Authors: Chris Guillebeau,
Sometimes, you’re just looking for a magic lamp that can turn your life around, take you out of your boring job and open doors for you to make money from your passion. Chris Guillebeau knows this — that’s what he does. In The $100 Start-Up he shares his expertise with you, real-life case studies of successes and challenges people faced in monetizing their passions and how you can get people to pay you for doing what you love.
Authors: Esther Hicks,Jerry Hicks
Esther and Jerry Hicks show you how you can live a continually happy life rather than one with occasional moments of joy. They argue that preserving your energy is more important than working tirelessly to achieve your goals. Their plan will make every day of your life worth living, and help you reach your fullest potential at the same time.
Authors: Richard Bach,Russell Munson
Jonathan Livingston Seagull isn’t an ordinary gull. He believes in his dreams and takes pride in his ability to soar in the sky. Discover what this bird has to teach you about life, the inevitable challenges you will face in it and contentment you feel when you chase your dreams. This book is made for those who listen to the powerful whispers of their heart.
Authors: Dale Carnegie,
Worry can stop you from living a peaceful life. Dale Carnegie shows you how you can control this chronic habit in simple and practical ways. He introduces to you an immediate way of eliminating business-related worries, giving yourself an extra hour every day and the art of being your authentic self at any given time.
Authors: Robert T. Kiyosaki,Sharon L. Lechter
Investments are tricky. When done right, they can generate large profits. However, one bad choice can cause utter devastation. Robert Kiyosaki simplifies the concept of investing and shares very valuable advice on the differences in how the rich and the poor invest. It’ll make you think before you jump into your next investment.
Authors: Meera Kothand
Meera Kothand presents a solution to those that struggle to come up with compelling blog ideas, by building out a years worth of blog posts in 60 minutes using a templatised content plan. This method is useful not only to get a list of post ideas, but also helps establish your brand voice and creates compelling content that truly sells.
Authors: Jeffrey Gitomer,
Making sales in the real world is not the same as it is in textbooks. That’s why The Sales Bible is a book every salesperson has to read. Gitomer helps you reach your full potential by teaching you how to make sales in half the time it would usually take, amongst other game-changing tactics.
Authors: Nathan Furr,Paul Ahlstrom
Using examples like Edison and Jobs, Nathan Furr teaches the reader that doing the right thing is pointless when it is done in the wrong order. He also shares useful tips that will guide your venture to a sure success using tried & tested patterns and principles that some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs employ.
Authors: Cal Newport,
Passion often results in an uncertain career and severe anxiety. Newport uses his experience with organic farmers, venture capitalists, and many others to infer that what you do is not as important as how you do it. Discover how you can be so good they can’t ignore you and love your job at the same time.
Authors: Josh Kaufman,
Most people don’t get past the first few hours of learning a new skill. In this book, Kaufman gives you a cheat-sheet that will help you acquire faster. He trains you to use the first 20 hours to focus and pick up a habit. His step-by-step techniques will help you learn even the most complex tasks and simplifies learning for everybody.
Authors: Jen Sincero,
Jen Sincero shows you a way out of the constant self-doubting questions and thoughts that have been hindering your success. Her insights are full of inspiration, practical techniques and even some humor. They will leave you a changed person — someone who loves life and won’t stop at anything.
Authors: Daniel Kahneman,
Sometimes we think fast and use our emotions when making judgements. Sometimes we slow down and use logic instead. Daniel Kahneman shows you how you can make the best use of both. In Thinking, Fast and Slow he shares insights that will give you a better understanding of your own mental capacity, so every decision you make from now on will be the best one.
The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun
Authors: Gretchen Rubin,
Money can really buy happiness if you spend it wisely. A pleasant outer atmosphere can really calm down inner turbulence. The challenges and risks in life can give you more happiness than you imagine. These are some of the lessons Gretchen Rubin learned during her 12-month mission to discover happiness.
The New Psycho-Cybernetics: The Original Science of Self-Improvement and Success That Has Changed the Lives of 30 Million People
Authors: Dan S. Kennedy,Maxwell Maltz
The Psycho-Cybernetics programme has already transformed millions of lives. In this upgraded version, Kennedy gives you additional insights that can help you live your life with faith & courage to break free from the crippling thoughts in your mind. He also shows you how you can make happiness and confidence lasting habits.
Authors: David D. Burns,
David Burns reveals a new kind of therapy for anxiety, depression and even procrastination, and it doesn’t involve drugs! In Feeling Good, the acclaimed psychologist provides techniques that are guaranteed to have an instant effect on your mood and change how you’ve been looking at life all along. His insights will make you feel good about everything, every day.