Five books to get ahead in life
Five Books To Get Ahead In Life. This amazing volume has been instrumental in shaping many a career. With over 50 years in print, it has influenced countless individuals.
How to Win Friends and Influence People
This amazing volume has been instrumental in shaping many a career. With over 50 years in print, it has influenced countless individuals. Dale Carnegie’s effort to create capable leaders through a strategy that is aimed at making others feel good. Apart from making people like you, as the title suggests, the book’s primary purpose is to help you win more friends and influence people within your circle. The ground rules here for becoming well-known and influential are: don’t’ criticize, don’t fail to deliver a sincere praise where it is due and don’t ever put down people publicly.
You Can Heal Your Life
The author Louise Hay focuses on healing through positive thinking. In ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ she points out that each one of us is accountable for our own reality and illness. By harboring thoughts like self-hatred, jealousy, anger, fear and others, we only bring upon sickness. She puts in an information bank of ailments and emotional causes for each with parallel affirmations to help triumph over illness. The book explains happiness and sickness are both in our own hands, it’s important that we let go of ill feelings and embrace happiness through optimistic behaviour - this alone will can help us cope with illness and in rewriting a healthier future.
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
This is one of the most inspirational and dynamic hardbacks that assists you in overcoming difficulties. The emphasis is all about turning one’s passivity into assertiveness. Dr. Susan Jeffers tells you how to do away with negative thinking patterns and fill your mind with thoughts that are optimistic. Through a 10-step positive thinking process, which is adequately discussed, you will learn how to take on challenges that will benefit tremendously in the long run. The book also teaches you to turn every situation into a victory.
Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
Based on many years of research, Dr. Brown emphasizes that vulnerability is a trait that shouldn’t be looked down upon. She unequivocally puts it across that this virtue is on the contrary the clearest path to fortitude, commitment and meaningful connection. Her writings inspire us to turn our limitations into tangible strengths. The book is bound to enthuse and encourage diverse sets of crowds be it the families, organizations, schools and communities through infusing faith and trust to take on challenging tasks.
Work Less, Make More.
Jennifer White’s ‘Work less. Make More.’ is a veritable goldmine of information on reducing stress at work place and on investing time and energy on things which will leverage one’s income levels without causing a burn-out. The volume is replete with exercises and suggestions that would help see things in a new light, taking one through a series of mind-boggling revelations on how one’s energies are clearly misplaced. The underlying theme of course is not all about working harder but working smarter.