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Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ By Daniel Goleman

Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ By Daniel Goleman

Your high IQ doesn’t mean anything if you don’t use it in the right way. If you cannot make sense of your own emotions, you can even be a genius and still fail in life. There are people with very high IQs who seem to repeat the same mistakes over and over again- usually, this involves their personal, intimate lives. Vincent Van Gogh is one famous example of how a genius can be plagued by bad emotional intelligence. Although a…

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Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh

Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh

Introduction Do you want to know how Zappos was acquired by Amazon for $1.2 billion? Do you want to know how CEO Tony Hsieh brought about this success? It was not an easy path. Tony had many failures along the way. In this book, you will learn about the story of Zappos and Tony Hsieh. You will learn valuable lessons which you can apply to your business and to your own self.  In Search of Profits Tony’s parents are typical…

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Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Introduction Just stop trying, the author’s surname is extremely hard to read (you can get close by saying: “Cheek sent me high”). But this didn’t stop him from writing an extremely useful book. In “Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience”, there is a lot of information on how to reach that state when everything you do seems to flow naturally. Mihaly (phew, at least the author’s name isn’t that hard to pronounce) didn’t just sit down a wrote a book-…

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Top 10 Business Books You Must Read Before You Die

Top 10 Business Books You Must Read Before You Die

10) Rich dad, poor dad. What’s the difference between assets and liabilities, a profession and a business, working for someone and working for yourself? Should you work for money? Should money be your one and only goal on your way to becoming rich? Study better, get good grades, that’s the one and only way for you to ever become rich, or at least that’s what most people would tell you, is it true though? Take a look at the richest…

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Switch : How to Change Things When Change Is Hard By Chip Heath and Dan Heath

Switch : How to Change Things When Change Is Hard By Chip Heath and Dan Heath

Introduction Have you ever had a bad habit that you wanted to eliminate from your life? Do you want to learn how to make new, beneficial habits? Did you ever feel like life’s hitting you hard with all the challenges? Did you ever have problems with adapting to the environment? Truth is, every single human being would answer “yes”, on all these questions. And this is why the book “Switch” is so relevant and important for everyday, real-life situations- you…

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LEAN IN:- Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by by Sheryl Sandberg

LEAN IN:- Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by by Sheryl Sandberg

Introduction Do you want to know how a working mom became the CEO of a multibillion dollar company? Sheryl Sandberg served as the CEO of Google and later as the COO of Facebook. She did so while being a loving wife and mother to her 2 children. How did she do it? How did she maintain a successful career while taking good care of her family? You will learn that and more from this book. The Leadership Ambition Gap Women…

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Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being BY Linda Graham

Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being BY Linda Graham

1.    Are you sometimes afraid of change? You don’t even have to answer this, as we all are afraid of change. The biggest problem with this is that we unconsciously avoid big changes. Do you want to know why? Stick around and you will learn more about this topic. You will also learn about different types of resistance to change and how to detect the situations when you are actively resisting to change. We will also give some nice advice…

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THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEON HILL

THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEON HILL

When the author was still a boy, Andrew Carnegie shared a secret to him. It was the same secret of 500 wealthy men to achieve their fortune. Napoleon Hill researched for twenty years. He found out that success comes to any profession or career. And that, a man without any education can still become rich. In this book, the reader will know what to do in order to succeed. How to do it and where to begin? Anyone can acquire…

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HIGH PERFORMANCE HABITS : HOW EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE BECOME THAT WAY by BRENDON BURCHARD

HIGH PERFORMANCE HABITS : HOW EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE BECOME THAT WAY by BRENDON BURCHARD

Do you want to know how CEOs and high level managers maintain their high performance? There is a difference between achievers and high performers. Achievers work hard to reach success. They’ve fought many challenges. They keep on doing more. How can you be a high performer? How can you handle the demands and perks of long-term success? The secret is to learn the high performance habits. Habit 1 Seek Clarity To seek clarity means to always know who you are…

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THE COMPUND EFFECT : Jump Start your Income, your life, your success by Darren Hardy

THE COMPUND EFFECT : Jump Start your Income, your life, your success by Darren Hardy

If you are given two possible options of taking 3 Million Dollars in cash or A penny that doubles in value every day for 31 days, what choice would you make? Without any deep thinking, almost everyone would go for the first option considering these facts: It seems like a whole lot of money compared to the other It does not require time as you’d get it almost immediately It is in cash. However, if we should take a closer…

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OUTLIERS: THE STORY OF SUCCESS by MALCOLM GLADWELL

OUTLIERS: THE STORY OF SUCCESS by MALCOLM GLADWELL

What is an outlier? An outlier is a person who has done more than the ordinary. They stand out from the crowd. They have reached the peak of success. The outliers are the geniuses, rock stars, athletes, business tycoons and billionaires of the world. What is their secret? We always admire people who are successful. We are inspired by stories of rags to riches. We are interested to know them. What is their lifestyle? What is their personality? Do they…

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STEVE JOBS BY WALTER ISSACSON

STEVE JOBS BY WALTER ISSACSON

Walter Isaacson only agreed to write Steve Jobs’ biography when he learned that Jobs was already dying of cancer. The first time the innovator mentioned his biography to the writer, Isaacson had just successfully released his book on Benjamin Franklin and was working on another about Albert Einstein. Isaacson declined saying that it’s too early as Jobs was still on the peak of his career. It was Jobs’ wife Laurene Powell who finally changed Isaacson’s mind and informed him of…

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YOU CAN AND YOU WILL by JOEL OSTEEN

YOU CAN AND YOU WILL by JOEL OSTEEN

You were created to be successful, there’s a winner in each and every one of us, we were created to be winners, Just get ready because you’re about to have some victories that you never thought would happen to you, you can, you will! Keep your vision in front of you: When you keep seeing something over and over again, it gets submitted into your subconscious mind as studies tell us, it’s one of the most well-known techniques to reach…

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THE CODE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MIND by VISHEN LAKHIANI

THE CODE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MIND by VISHEN LAKHIANI

“I think it’s possible for ordinary people to choose to be extraordinary.” Elon Musk That was a quote from the billionaire Elon Musk. What makes him and other billionaires out there stand out from the crowd? Is it money? Is it fame? Is it luck? Elon Musk is not born a multibillionaire. The same is true for Steve Jobs and John D. Rockefeller. There is a method, a code which anyone can follow to become extraordinary like them. That is…

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Deep Work by Cal Newport

Deep Work by Cal Newport

Deep work is important not because distraction is evil, but because deepwork can get you from point A to point B in a minimum time possible.  Cal Newport Why Deep Work Is Valuable ? If you want to become significant in the eyes of society you need two things: 1-    The ability to learn hard things quickly. 2-    The ability to complete an important task, in terms of both quality and speed. To achieve a high quality of work we…

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