Think and Grow Rich uses more than 20 years research into the lives and philosophies of over 500 of the most successful people in America and aims to provide a systematic process anyone looking to improve their life can follow. If you’re looking to be make positive changes going forwards then this book will definitely help!
Joy at Work tells us that if we want to feel more fulfilled and satisfied at work then we need to tidy up. By using 3 simple questions, you can take control of both work and life and finally feel on-top of everything again!
If you’re looking for a quick-start guide to starting a business then look no further. Whilst it can be tempting getting carried away thinking about starting the next Facebook or Google, Guillebeau takes a more modest approach when suggesting how to start a business. If you’re serious about starting something then this book is a perfect companion for doing that as all the examples and suggestions are things well within all of our abilities!
The Peter Principle is based upon this main idea: In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to their level of incompetence. If you’re looking to understand why some of us get further than others, then The Peter Principle might provide some answers…
Atomic Habits looks at how we can improve our lives incrementally instead of relying on luck and overnight success. James Clear writes this book with a progressive outlook: We all have the ability to improve; our success depends on the effectiveness of the systems and habits we create. By reading the full version you will understand the importance of approaching change with a habit based approach and will be given the tools to get you started.
Think Again looks at where we are currently going wrong with arguing and how we can get back on track. A big positive about this book is that it has been written with the best intentions at heart. If you’re looking for a quick fix to winning all debates, then look away, this book isn’t for you. However, if you’re looking to uphold the virtues of debating, give this book a read.
Tiny Habits tells us that we are currently view change wrong. Forget the ‘big picture thinking’ grandiose ideas and instead jump straight in and get your hands dirty focusing on the nitty gritty actions. BJ Fogg elegantly explains what influences our behavior by using an intuitive formula before systematically breaking it down and prescribing different methods and techniques you can deploy to create lasting change.
Pressure is something which faces us all, however, something we all react differently to. If you want to better understand how our mind deals with pressure whilst having simple to use tools to deal with it then I would highly recommend reading this.
A Rulebook for Arguments will enlighten you on the importance of arguing and how to argue properly. Packed with different methods, this book will explain the different type of arguments and where and when to use them.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People provides an insightful and applicable set of 7 rules to live by to help let you take control of your destiny and achieve your goals and ambitions.
Eric Schmidt, Alan Eagle and Jonathan Rosenberg distill the lessons they and other prominent business leaders have learnt from Bill Campbell – notably one of Silicon Valley’s most experienced mentors.
Think Smarter provides a simple 3 step framework to follow to aid our critical thinking and decision making skills. If you are looking to improve how you make decisions then this is worth a read.
Rebel Ideas shows us how important diversity is when it comes to both our personal and professional lives. With the use of clear examples, Rebel Ideas will widen your perspective and outlook on the world.
12 Rules for Life draws on Jordan Peterson’s work as a clinical psychologist and on lessons from humanity’s oldest myths to provide 12 profound and realistic principles to live by.
This article is inspired by J L Collin’s “The Simple Path to Wealth” and provides some simple insights into how to build your wealth.
This article is inspired by Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt’s “The Gift of Forgiveness” and looks at the importance of forgiving others.
This article is inspired by Barbara Oakley’s “A Mind for Numbers” and aims to bring out the key ideas involving improving your math and science skills in 6 easy to understand insights.
This article is inspired by Alex Banayan’s “The Third Door” and aims to show you how taking unorthodox approaches can help you achieve your goals.
This article is inspired by Laura Huang’s “Edge” and details the 4 steps which could help you gain an advantage in business, life and everything else.
This article is inspired by Matthew Syed’s “Black Box Thinking” and aims to show you how changing your attitude towards failure can help improve your outcomes.
This article is inspired by Kate Murphy’s “You’re Not Listening” and looks at 5 things you can do to become a better listener.