Your Home Library: Inspiring Reading 2 – May 2012

Here is your reading suggestions for May 2012

Remember, you don’t have to read them all right away.


The Power of Full Engagement

Jim Loehr & Tony Schwartz


TOPICS: Leadership, Courage, Passion


… this book provides a life-changing road map to becoming more fully engaged on and off the job, physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused, and spiritually aligned.

Book review by Publisher of Leadership Now




The Magic of Believing

Claude M. Bristol


TOPICS: Belief, Personal Power, discovery

The subconscious mind is a colossal dynamo. Throughout history, great rulers, warriors, statesmen, inventors, writers, artists, poets and religious leaders have used it to attain their objectives. You, too, can put your mind’s remarkable force to work. In this enduringly popular, updated 1948 classic, Claude M. Bristol asserts that if you firmly believe that you can be successful, and remind yourself of this belief, over and over, you will succeed.

Book Review by: Get Abstract



How to Have Power and Confidence in Dealing with People

Les Giblin


TOPICS: Leadership, Success, Personal Empowerment, Goal Setting, Selling

The books common theme is making human nature work for you through diplomacy. He explains that most failures in personal relationships, business dealings and communication have nothing to do with the lack of technical skills or who is right, but rather with people skills and understand that everyone thinks he’s right. This book can really help just about anyone develop the social and people skills needed to avoid conflict and make long lasting friends out of potential enemies and hard to deal with people.

 Book Review by: Lance Winslow



Enjoy your discoveries!



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