Level: Advanced

The Talent Code

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What is the secret of getting really good at something? How do we unlock it? Journalist and New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle visited nine of the world’s greatest talent hotbeds — tiny places that produce huge amounts of talent, from a small music camp in upstate New York to an elementary school in […]

Good To Great

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Jim Collins, already established as one of the most influential management consultants, further established his credibility with the wildly popular Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t, originally published in 2001. The book went on to be one of the bestsellers in the genre, and it is now widely regarded as […]

Brain Rules

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This book is partly an academic-style introduction to brain research and partly a jauntily written practical “how-to” about getting the most from your brain. John Medina has a warm, upbeat persona, and skillfully incorporates stories from his experiences to illustrate points he makes in the book. From time to time he forgets to connect the […]

A New Earth

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A New Earth” All things in the universe are connected. They exist as part of life’s fundamental nature, its “divine essence.” Beyond the physical form lies a common formlessness that all things share. If you undergo the “spiritual awakening” that is your purpose in life, you will be able to sense what exists beyond any […]

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The Progess Principle ~ Advanced

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Husband and wife research psychologists Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer wanted to explain how positive and negative work environments evolve and how they affect employees’ “creative problem solving.” The authors elicited daily diary entries from 238 people working in three industries at seven different companies. Respondents rated their work lives and described “positive, negative or […]