How to get motivation and make job done? 10,000 hours of working to get a skill is not an answer The Motivation Myth
by Jeff Haden
Jeff nails at the tired self-help stuff and provides an interesting twist on motivation. He dispute against the 10,000 hour rule by Malcolm Gladwell which could be really admired that he was brave enough to do so. The book gives real life advice on how to get the motivation to accomplish your goals.
Maybe a mistake in a life is not just pain and harm, maybe it could do something good to us? The Book of Mistakes
by Skip Prichard
Feel the pleasure by getting entrenched in the plot with life's insights as you move through each chapter. Skip's book is captivating, thought provoking and can be your "go to" to start looking deeper at life's wisdoms I will share this with my family and others in order for them to be insightful challenged. Wonderfully written.
Book shows women and men alike how to strike the perfect balance between being a strong, powerful leader and being nice to others. The Myth of the Nice Girl
by Fran Hauser
Fran's book gives the hope, positive energy, and smart, strong negotiating ideas to push yourself forward in a successful way in the future. You know that you will continue to encounter similar experiences to the past, and looking forward to leveraging the tenets of The Myth of the Nice Girl in those scenarios. It's a brilliant guide for effective and compassionate leadership.
New, funny and interesting facts about human and the world surounding us When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing
by Daniel H. Pink
Daniel has a gift to take boatloads of facts, research and scientific experiments and making it all readable and applicable for the average Joe. His books will always help you to learn something useful about humans at work and how you can personally benefit from the mounds of research on the topic.
Book that answers many questions how to seek and reach the goal of financial freedom The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business
by Elaine Pofeldt
Elaine’s book provides straigh foward, complete, and clear information on how to achieve financial success as a solopreneur. Similar books tend to focus on freelance businesses that provide time and location freedom, but not financial freedom. Conversely, this author discusses six types of solo businesses that have the potential to hit a million dollars in revenue.
There is no blue pill with overnight success. Just improving youself every day. 1% is enough. But make it everyday The 1% Rule: How to Fall in Love with the Process and Achieve Your Wildest Dreams
by Tommy Baker
Forget about overnight success. Tommy gives you practical and real life action steps on how to make your life better 1% every day. This book does an perfect job at getting to the center of the problems, instilling motivation, and then giving action steps that can be taken right now to move forward and make progress.