Stumbling Happiness

What would you do right now if you learned that you were going to die in ten minutes? Would you race upstairs and light that Marlboro you’ve been hiding in your sock drawer since the Ford administration? Would you waltz into your boss’s office and present him with a detailed description of his personal defects? […]

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What the Most Successful People Do On the Weekend

About the ebook With this newest ebook in her What the Most Successful People Do series, Laura Vanderkam shows how we can take control of our weekends to get necessary R&R, while also using our downtime as a springboard to a productive week. Drawing on real-life anecdotes and scientific research, Vanderkam explains why doing nothing […]

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Tips on how to say “No” to your boss

Most of us have the habit of accepting any job delegated to us from our superior to please him/her. Whenever a task is delegated we will jump to say “Yes Boss”, “OK Sir/Madam”. It is a nice thing to say as long as you are able to fulfill the obligation on time. But when you’re […]

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The seven habits of highly effective people by Steven R. Convey

Seven Habits is a timeless lesson in leadership and success. By changing your mind set to embrace an alternative perspective, Covey walks you through the self-mastery Paradigm Shift. This process is broken down into Independence, Interdependence, and Continual Improvement, resulting in meaningful and consistent growth.

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Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini

Persuasion is at the heart of business, where leaders must reach clients, customers, suppliers, and employees. Cialdini’s classic on the core principals of persuasion is a sterling example of the cross application of psychological principles to business life. Based on his personal experiences and interviews — with everyone from expert car salesmen to real estate […]

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Man’s search for meaning by Viktor Frankel

This book recounts Viktor Frankel’s experience in Auschwitz, the Nazi prison camp, during the Holocaust. Through all the pain and suffering Frankel was able to maintain perspective and conclude that there “must be meaning in suffering.” He reminds us that the meaning of life is to define that meaning for ourselves through action.

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Meditations by Marcus Aurelius

Although Aurelius was writing for himself, the surviving text is a road map to living a better life. By removing the excess, Aurelius shows us how to rise about distractions to maintain our principles. Rooted in Stoic philosophy, Meditations is practical advice for controlling your thoughts, emotions and actions to remove stress from your life.

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