Authors: Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen
Seventy-nine years of combined expertise made Canfield, Hansen, and Hewitt come up with 10 principles that will help you develop focus in your life. Backed with the use of interesting stories, every principle shared will make you rethink how you live your life and open your eyes to the most fundamental elements of success – clarity, understanding, and no exceptions.
Authors: Zig Ziglar,Al Mayton
With the proper use of interesting anecdotes and humor, Zig Ziglar illustrates the importance of a healthy self-image and how it can be developed. To get there, he starts by training you to set goals and motivating you to go out and achieve them. The easy techniques mentioned in this book have changed countless lives. Yours could be next.
Authors: William Zinsser,
On Writing Well is a book that aims to help anyone who needs to write anything – from a basic email to your own book. Written with great clarity and warmth, the book guides you through all the fundamental principles of good writing and is filled with valuable insights from a distinguished writer and teacher.
Authors: Dave Ramsey,
Tired of exaggerated and unrealistic strategies for fixing your financial problems? Dave Ramsey’s insights are sure to help, as they’re practical and easy-to-understand. You’ll learn how to come out of debt, earn more money and spend rationally so that you don’t fall into more debt. He also sheds light on some of the greatest lies in the world of finance.
Authors: Louise L. Hay,
Louise Hay has a simple, yet empowering message for you. If you are willing to utilise all of your mental strength, you can heal yourself from anything life throws at you. In this remarkable book, you will learn to understand your thoughts, the various ways in which they can limit you and how you can improve your life as a whole.
Authors: Dale Carnegie,
This legendary book is considered to be one of the best books ever written, to help you develop your interpersonal skills. You’ll learn how to make people love you, make your team work together towards achieving goals and capture the attention of people when you communicate your ideas.
Authors: Meik Wiking,
The CEO of the Happiness Research Institute of Copenhagen finally reveals why Danish people are so happy. And it’s because of “hygge” (pronounced hoo-ga). Hygge is a feeling of comfort, togetherness and wellbeing. In this book, Wiking shows you how you can develop hygge, in ways like eating cake and lighting candles, to make your life more fulfilling.
Authors: Oprah Winfrey,
Oprah Winfrey’s Emmy Award-winning show Super Soul Sundays changed the lives of millions. Now she compiles some of the best lessons she learnt during the show and shares them along with a personal essay of her own. Each of the 10 chapters in this book covers the different aspects of life, such as forgiveness, love, purpose and healing.
Authors: Marshall Goldsmith,
Triggers will help you identify the environmental factors that cause you to lose control over your reactions, and then show you how you can control these reactions. When you’ve mastered this, you’ll find that change isn’t as hard as you thought it was. It is a comprehensive and effective book that teaches its reader self-control and the power of effort.
Authors: Seth Godin,
Humans move in tribes, and tribes require a leader. If you are under the misconception that leadership is not for you, think again. The most influential leaders were once nothing more than you are right now. Seth Godin gives you all the tools you need to become the next leader.
Authors: Keith Ferrazzi,
Based on his personal experience, Keith Ferrazzi believes the secret to success lies in how healthy your relationships are. Thus, he will teach you how you too can develop meaningful friendships in your life through practical and simple insights. For example, he advises you to reach out to people, even when you don’t want anything from them.
Authors: Daniel Coyle,
Whether it’s for you, your kid or your employee, Daniel Coyle’s The Little Book of Talent shows you how skills can be improved. The 52 scientifically-proven, “tried and tested” injunctions in this book apply to parents, students, performers, entrepreneurs, employees, leaders and anyone who wants to be better than they are today.
Authors: Zig Ziglar,
Becoming a winner is in everyone’s capacity. But in most cases, an extra push is required to get you to the top. Zig Ziglar’s Born to Win is an all-encompassing book that will guide you towards success in every aspect of your life – security, relationships and even mental health. It all begins by believing in yourself.
Authors: Chris Guillebeau,
A “side hustle” is an additional source of income that will guarantee job security and freedom. It is for people who aren’t ready to forgo their day job. It doesn’t require professional qualifications nor does it require specialised skills such as those needed in marketing. Chris Guillebeau provides invaluable advice that will show you how you can start and develop your side hustle.
Authors: Scott Adams,
Mainstream career advice does not work for everyone. That is why this book is a gamechanger. Scott Adams teaches you how to convert the failures of your life into opportunities that will invite success to your doorstep. Learn the tricks and strategies he used to go from zero to the world-renowned creator of Dilbert — with guaranteed entertainment.
Authors: Richard Branson,
The rules in business school give you an idea. But they won’t guarantee a future. Richard Branson shares with you everything you need to know about enterprise — how to begin, how to lead and how to be more innovative. The Founder of Virgin groups never conformed to what was normal; he made his own rules. Now, he shares his secrets with you as well.
Authors: Gundi Gabrielle
Gundi shares the secret strategies that have helped her become an Amazon bestseller author for 10 books, and that too within a few days of their release. The book provides a step-by-step and easy to use system, that can help you become an Amazon bestseller in less than 30 days.
Authors: Brent Schlender,Rick Tetzeli
Steve Jobs revolutionized the world — no doubt about that. And every prominent figure is victim to criticism and gossip. So was Steve Jobs really so arrogant that he was kicked out of his own company? Was he as selfish as the media claims he was? Through his exclusive access and 25 years of knowing Jobs, Schlender gives you the answers to these questions and he won’t disappoint!
Authors: Carmine Gallo,
How did Steve Jobs communicate with his audience in such a way that his name is more popular than most presidents’ names? Carmine Gallo, a communication-skills coach, breaks down Jobs’ presentation skills into strategies and put it together comprehensively for you. With these tactics, you are sure to deliver your best presentations yet.
Authors: Chris Voss,Tahl Raz
Chris Voss gives you 9 negotiating guidelines you can follow to strike the best deal in your professional and personal life. His years working at the FBI, combating terrorists and bank robbers, taught him everything he needed to know about emotional intelligence and the art of negotiation. In this book, he unveils the skills that saved his life, as well as the vital art of persuasion.