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Right and Wrong Thinking

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Right and Wrong Thinking shows us that everything that happens around us is the result of our mind and how it works. You can make the most of yourself by using your mind in the correct manner. This is an excellent book that can help you understand how...

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How to Live on 24 Hours a Day

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How to Live on 24 Hours a Day, first published in 1908, offers advice on how to live your life, rather than just existing in the world. Following the Industrial Revolution, a large number of white collar workers had emerged who in many cases were unhappy...

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How to Turn Your Ability into Cash

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How to Turn Your Ability into Cash by Earl Prevette is an interesting book that revolves around methods on controlling your negative thoughts, making the most of your strengths and abilities, and achieving your dreams. On reading this book, several secrets...

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Thought Power: Its Control And Culture

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Our minds have tremendous power and can do incredible tasks once we know how to activate its power. In Annie Bessant’s Thought Power … Its Control and Culture, you will learn how to train your mind, improve your thought power, strengthen your...

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Walking

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Henry David Thoreau’s Walking became one of the prime slogans of the environmental movement. Best known for the quote, ”In wildness is the preservation of the world,’, Thoreau refers to wilderness as nature and man as a manifestation...

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The Art of Personal Effectiveness

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“The Art of Personal Effectiveness” by Eric Garner, encourages readers to be assertive and confident. It is an anthology of around 500 quotes from Aristotle, Mark Twain, Napoleon Hill, Linda Garrison, John Luther and many more eminent leaders...

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What All the World’s A-Seeking

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In his book What All the World’s A-Seeking, Ralph Waldo Trine explains in an extremely lucid and simple manner the laws and forces governing true life with all its glories and what makes it so very different from the poor lives that the vast majority...

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Siddhartha – An Indian Tale

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Hermann Hesse’s allegorical novel Siddhartha, written in a simple, yet powerful lyrical style, is a tremendously inspiring book, written in German in 1922. It deals with the spiritual journey of a boy named Siddhartha from the Indian subcontinent during...

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An Iron Will

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Orison Swett Marden’s An Iron Will is an inspiring book that states that the primary difference between those who succeed and those who fail is whether or not they have will power. However, if misdirected, even a strong sense of will power is meaningless...

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From Reactive to Proactive

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In From Reactive to Proactive – High Impact Strategic HR, author Susan Quinn talks about what HR professionals and HR departments need to do to make themselves an integral part of the organization. Quinn is an associate professor of business at the...

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Avoid Sophisticated and Saturated Markets

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One of the biggest mistakes people make in their job searches is going after jobs in sophisticated markets. A sophisticated and saturated market is one that’s populated by a lot of people like you—with your qualifications, background, and so forth.

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