Authors: Marie Kondo,
Marie Kondo introduces you to the Japanese art of decluttering, a method she calls KonMari. In this book, she provides instructions ranging from folding socks and arranging kitchen utensils, to placing objects that trigger bad memories. She also provides pictures for guidance, so you can experience an organized, decluttered and simple life.
Authors: Mark Cuban,
Extraordinary entrepreneur, Mark Cuban, shares the secrets of his. His story started with selling powdered milk on the streets and now, he is one of America’s richest men. With inspiring lessons and very practical points, Cuban’s book will reshape the entrepreneur inside of you.
Authors: William H. McRaven,
Extracted straight from the memoir of a military officer, Make Your Bed is a simple but phenomenal book that will help you get past any hurdle in life. Based on the core content of his speech that gained over 10 million views on YouTube, Admiral McRaven delves deeper into the 10 principles that prepared him to change the world.
Authors: Dale Carnegie,Stuart R. Levine, Michael A. Crom
A good leader is always looking for ways to get better. Those who are not there yet ought to be looking for ways to bring out the leader in them. This book provides you with all the tools you will need to master the art of leadership. It will teach you how to make the most of your career without compromising your personal life.
Authors: M.J. Ryan,
Change is something everyone yearns for at various moments in life. It could be to lose weight, save more money or to become a better parent. M. J. Ryan’s advice is for when that desired change doesn’t last and your old habits kick in. She shows you how you can make any change truly last a lifetime.
Authors: David Gaughran,
The Internet has changed a lot of jobs, but this book focuses on one of them — writing. David Gaughran reveals how this change has created new opportunities for writers, especially with regards their ability to self-publish. This book is full of practical strategies that will help teach you how to self publish your work, and the benefits of doing so.
Authors: Donald J. Trump,Robert T. Kiyosaki, Meredith McIver, Sharon L. Lechter
There is no room for the middle class anymore. Americans are either rich or poor. This is why Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki want you to be rich as well. This book is filled with numerous practical ways in which you can make more money and become rich, from 2 masters that have already generated vast wealth for themselves.
Authors: Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson, the founder and CEO of Johnson Media Inc, shares the essential beliefs, characteristics, and habits of elite entrepreneurs, that make up what he terms the ‘Entrepreneur mind’. The book includes 100 key lessons across 7 key areas: Strategy, Education, People, Finance, Marketing and Sales, Leadership, and Motivation.
Authors: Daniel H. Pink,
You are always attempting to sell something — an idea, an understanding, your advice, for example. Daniel Pink shows you the science of doing so while bearing your audience’s perspective in mind. He also teaches you to improve the clarity and persuasiveness of your message and that being extroverted alone may not always guarantee the best sales.
Authors: Gary Keller,Jay Papasan
You’ve tried taking life all at once. Now try taking it one thing at a time. This is what Gary Keller guides you towards in this bestselling book. He claims that taking on more than you can handle results in poor work, postponed deadlines and half-hearted commitment. This book acts as a guide to work towards your goal, with reduced stress, better results, and focus.
Authors: Thomas J. Stanley,William D. Danko
Who are the millionaires next door? They are the real wealthy families of the United States. They raise their children to become independent, live a wealthy yet simple life and don’t go around showing off their riches. In this book, Thomas Stanley outlines seven qualities of such people so that you will be able to emulate them one day.
Authors: The Group of 33,Seth Godin
The Big Moo will help you launch a product that will shake the market. Authored by some of the world’s acclaimed marketing experts including Tom Peters, Malcolm Gladwell, Guy Kawasaki, Mark Cuban and the likes, this book will help you embrace change and overcome the challenges associated with it.
Authors: Neil A. Fiore,
Procrastination plagues our lives. Dr. Fiore illustrates how technology has led to increased procrastination and guides you toward better time-management. The Now Habit will prove to you that you can enjoy guilt-free play, a less stressful life and curb the anxieties of poor time-management.
Authors: Michael Hyatt,Daniel Harkavy
Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy will show you how you can maximize on the gift of life and become the creator of your destiny rather than its slave. Discover your purpose in this world, the strategies that will make you fulfil it and how you can go to bed everyone with contentment in your heart.
Authors: Michael Hyatt,
Before globalization, quality guaranteed sales. Nowadays, there is something that holds greater power — marketing, especially social media marketing. Michael Hyatt uses his own experiences along with tried and tested strategies and guides you toward making a name for yourself on social media. It’s free, it’s easy, and it can reach millions in no time.
The Code of the Extraordinary Mind: 10 Unconventional Laws to Redefine Your Life and Succeed On Your Own Terms
Authors: Vishen Lakhiani,
Almost everyone lives based on what they’ve grown up watching. Whether it’s our careers or the way we handle our relationships, we choose the conventional approach to life. Lakhiani shows you how you can break free from this, and customize a life that suits exactly who you are.
Authors: Gary Klein,
Conventional decision-making strategies ignore skill and experience. So for years, Gary Klein studied firefighters, pilots, and chess masters to conclude how they make decisions, especially when it is hardest to do so. In Sources of Power, Klein teaches us to make better decisions and to identify the strengths we possess that can facilitate even the most difficult tasks.
Authors: Jack Welch,John A. Byrne, Mike Barnicle
His story started by demanding only the best from himself and those around him. This is the autobiography of a man who had a working-class childhood and gradually climbed the ladder to the top of one of America’s biggest companies. Jack is a book written by Jack Welch himself about his personal journey to becoming Fortune’s “Manager of the century”.
Authors: Om Swami
An extraordinary memoir that unravels the life story of Om Swami, that starts from his struggles in setting up a multi-million dollar software business, through his renunciation of all possessions to lead the life of a spiritual monk in solitude in the Himalayas. The book contains personal accounts of the practical struggles and experiences he faced through this journey.
Authors: Benedict Carey,
Throughout your life, you’ve been told to use a quiet place, switch off the music devices and build a strict routine if you want to do well in your tests/presentation. On many occasions, this simply does not work. In How We Learn, Carey gives you realistic and research-proven strategies that will improve your learning with much less effort.