I Know What To Do, So Why Don't I Do It? is a self-help book, which offers an insight into how the biochemistry of the body works with our behaviors, emotions, and attitude. Nick Hall, Ph.D., is an internationally acclaimed author who helps athletes and other professionals deal with challenges in their personal and professional lives.
I’m OK, You’re OK is a bestselling guide that highlights the fact that behavior can be categorized as a child, adult and parent model. The psychoanalysis in this book illustrates that a human being behaves either like a parent or like a child. In order to understand a situation, he/she must move in the reverse order. This book helps in enhancing interpersonal relationships. The author asserts there are three states in an individual’s life. The parent state is a reflection of what you have observed your parents doing. The child state is a reflection of your complexes as child and the adult state is one in which an individual is able to rationalize situations and think independently before taking action.
How to Develop Self-confidence and Influence People by Public Speaking is a widely popular and bestselling book by Dale Carnegie. Dale Carnegie does not need an introduction. His legacy of self-help books speaks volumes about his experience. He is solely responsible for changing careers and personalities of countless individuals.
Go pro – 7 steps to becoming a network marketing professional is considered a definitive guidebook in network marketing. This book teaches a variety of crucial marketing techniques that are mandatory to becoming a network marketing guru. The concepts in this book apply to both newbie’s and veterans.
#GirlBoss is a memoir and business guide for young women to help them follow their entrepreneurial dreams. The splendor of this book is the unconventional advice and wit of the author. Sophia Amoruso doesn’t believe in mincing words. She offers straight talk about doing meaningful work and making your voice count. She is the brain behind Nasty Girl, an eBay store that has grown into a global brand.
Do you struggle to find your priorities in these changing times? How do you get organized? Where should you start? With First Things First by Stephen Covey, a follow-up to Covey’s successful book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, you get to take a closer look at concepts related to time management, which, if established, can help you achieve effectiveness. Covey shares various tools, tips, and tricks throughout the book to help you deviate from traditional time management techniques, and provides you principle-driven methods so that you can move ahead in life. Most people are often unable to distinguish between urgent and important tasks, therefore fail to make any real progress in life.
Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy is a legendary book that shares 21 effective ways to stop procrastination and do something more with your life. Through the phrase”Eat the frog,” the author implies that we should begin our day by doing the most important tasks whereas keeping less important things to do for later. The author has placed an immense emphasis on why you should prioritize your daily activities, streamlining your schedule.
Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen is a bestseller and a widely acclaimed book that improves your outlook on life and teaches you to love yourself and live life to its fullest. The Chicken Soup Series has ruled the hearts of the readers all along the years. This book will make you laugh and cry celebrating the strengths of human spirit. It disperses wisdom on every subject from relationships to parenting in a light, subtle manner. The book will restore the readers’ faith in kindness and goodness. This book features 101 stories, focusing on the idea that love can control all cynicism in the world. Each story penetrates deep into the heart and etches a mark. The user-friendly nature of the book makes the connection strong and easy, and it is impossible not to shed a tear. Some stories vouch for courage and others extract the essence of everyday miracles, exemplifying the best of human spirit.
“21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership” by John Maxwell, teach you how to apply practical strategies and enhance your leadership qualities. The author emphasizes the importance of earning leadership. This book comprises of 21 principles that will help you become a better leader. The self-help book suggests that in order to be a real leader, you need to simplify your goals, communicate clearly, be effective and be passionate. The author asserts that a leader must be ready to make sacrifices, because higher up a ladder a leader climbs, the more responsibility he has towards the people following him.