Authors: Lama Surya Das,
There is a Buddha within you, and Lama Surya Das shows you how you can awaken him. He trains you to develop powerful introspection, an unbiased vision of the world, a personality that is compassionate, kind, and loving, and a mind that is in the present.
Osho guides you to face your fears in life, be it in your career, your relationships or even in your head. He shows you the power of courage and how you can express it every day of your life. He argues that it is only when you face life with courage, will you truly understand who you are and what your purpose in this world is.
Authors: Robert Wright,
Robert Wright uses psychology and philosophy to prove why Buddhist philosophy is the way to lasting happiness and peace in life. He reveals what Buddhism discovered thousands of years ago regarding our suffering in life and shows how meditation will not only make you more mindful, but also reduce anxiety, stress and anger.
Authors: Marilee G. Adams,
The first step to growth is to ask questions. These questions will portray your intelligence, your understanding, and your objectives. But how do you know which questions will have this desired impact? This is what Marilee G. Adams teaches you in this book. You will discover a whole new potential in your life, and it starts by asking all the right questions.
Authors: Stephen Guise,
If you’re tired of failing, and you’re drowning in self-criticism, Stephen Guise’s book might save you. He was just like you until he developed a new strategy for change. After that, all he experienced in life was growth. His workout pattern, his reading habits, and even his career transformed completely — and it all started with one mini habit.
Authors: Anne Lamott,
This is a book that uplifts, inspires and motivates writers around the world. Anne Lamott was a kid when her ten-year-old brother was overwhelmed by an essay about birds that was due the following day. When he was close to breaking down, their father embraced him and gave him the following profound piece of advice — “Bird by bird, buddy.”
Authors: David Kushner,
Violent video games are not an escape. With his gifted talent, Kushner illustrates the trauma that triggered two young, motivated and wild geniuses to create one of the most violent video game franchises as a means of expressing their frustration and fury. A game that changed the world, only to come back and tear its creators apart at the peak of their career.
Authors: David Ogilvy,Alan Parker
“Father of advertising” David Ogilvy’s Confessions of an Advertising Man was translated into 14 languages and became an international bestseller. This book is everything a business needs — from ethics to advertising and even the politics involved in running a business that is truly efficient.
Authors: Noam Wasserman,
One of the most common causes of failed business ventures is people — betrayal, rifts and misunderstandings. Noam Wasserman shows you a way out of this through The Founder’s Dilemma, where he explains the common problems co-founders face, the best ways to analyze your decisions, the most effective way of dividing the equity and many such dilemmas along with real-life stories of some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs.
Authors: Noah J. Goldstein,Robert B. Cialdini, Steve J. Martin
This book teaches you that how to make someone say “Yes” by pulling the right strings. Based on extensive research on the psychology of persuasion and influence, Noah Goldstein shares the reasons why people say “Yes” to some and “No” to others. Learn to get your own way, using the science of persuasion.