Resources

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Best for: Hill’s Law of Success is best for those who have explored psychology and self-development at length and want a historical look at what best-in-class advice was almost a hundred years ago. Difficulty to digest: This book’s tone is conversational. Some references or word choices will be a bit […]

The Law Of Success By Napoleon Hill – Book Review


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Best for: The Carrot Principle is best for those interested in effective leadership, who also enjoy data and statistics. Difficulty to digest: The core concepts and conclusions are easy to digest, though some understanding of the scientific method is useful for parsing out the data. Especially in the back of […]

The Carrot Principle by Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton – ...


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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 ...