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.

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Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World

Authors: Adam M. Grant,


Acclaimed thought-leader, Adam Grant, teaches you the art of originality and how it can improve your leadership. By using interesting case studies, he illustrates how a good idea can be spotted, built upon and shared in such a way that the world will listen to you and even support you in your mission.


Positivity: Groundbreaking Research Reveals How to Embrace the Hidden Strength of Positive Emotions, Overcome Negativity, and Thrive

Authors: Barbara L. Fredrickson,


Barbara L. Fredrickson reveals that each person has their own source of positivity. In this book, she shows you how you can discover that source and make the most of it. She claims that positivity is the secret to healthier relationships in your personal life and at work. It is also a cure for depression and can give you a truly happier life.

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Mistakes Were Made (But Not by Me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Acts

Authors: Carol Tavris,Elliot Aronson


The truth is, nobody likes to feel wrong or stupid. So, when a mistake is made, you tend to justify and prove that you had no responsibility. Renowned psychologists Tavris and Aronson provide research-backed insights on this issue and how it can be tackled so you will never deceive yourself into thinking you can do no wrong again.