Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking


Authors: Malcolm Gladwell,

In Blink, Gladwell shares information that can make the reader think about thinking. His insights will tell you why some people are gifted with decision-making while some others only fall into error, the truth about how the brain functions inside a classroom and inside the kitchen and much more. What Blink teaches you, is sure to assist you in better decision-making in the future.

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Rascal: Making a Difference by Becoming an Original Character

Authors: Chris Brady,Orrin Woodward

Chris Brady introduces a unique type of individual —- the Rascal — and the characteristics and behaviors they can be identified with. His use of real-life examples prove that gender, race and background don’t really contribute much to their greatness. So what is it that makes the rascals so important and triumphant? Rascal has the answer.

The Fred Factor

The Fred Factor: How passion in your work and life can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary

Authors: Mark Sanborn,

In everyone’s life, there comes an individual who has a great impact. In Sanborn’s life, it was his postman, Fred. Based on the life-lessons Fred taught him, he shares 4 principles that can change your life— make a difference, create value, build relationships, and reinvent yourself.

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Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error

Authors: Kathryn Schulz,

Making mistakes is a fundamental trait of every human being. Likewise, even assuming you can never be wrong is one too. Using stories from the lives of Socrates and Alan Greenspan, Kathryn Schulz delves into errors — why they are made and why we react the way we do when we make them.