Resources

This tag means that this is one of our resources; such as a book, course, or something else.


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*Youtube Link to be added when video is uploaded* Best for: Those who already have a firm foundation in psychology and their own values, those who like history and stories, those interested in strategy and power. Those who can commit to a longer book. Difficulty to digest: Easy, but with […]

48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene – Book Review


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*Youtube Link to be added when video is uploaded* Best for: Those who want techniques and mindsets for moving forward from failure. Also for those who have historically been afraid of failure or had failures that set them back for a significant amount of time. Those seeking general self-development who […]

Failing Forward by John Maxwell – Book Review


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Best for: Those who want to develop a baseline in positive and productive thinking. There are many useful concepts in The Magic of Thinking Big which apply to a wide range of uses – this book provides quite a few positive framing exercises. Difficulty to digest:  This book is easy […]

The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz – Book ...



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Best for: The Question Behind The Question is best for those who want a new approach to asking themselves questions. It’s a quick, clear read, with one overarching message. Difficulty to digest: QBQ uses a simple writing style. Anyone should be able to get the main concepts after a single […]

Question Behind The Question (QBQ!) by John Miller – Book ...


Best for: Those interested in leadership, especially from a military or business perspective. Also those interested in being more resilient and productive. Difficulty to digest: The principles in Extreme Ownership are straightforward and well-illustrated by examples. The only difficult may be in understanding military terms, however, most of them are defined […]

Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink & Leif Babin – Book ...


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Best for Those interested in effective strategies for motivating themselves and others and are interested in business and leadership. Difficulty to digest The concepts outlined in Start With Why are clear and straightforward. While they build upon each other, everyone should be able to understand everything in the book and […]

Start With Why By Simon Sinek: Book Review