Everyone has the ability to build mental strength, but most people don’t know how or don’t give enough importance to it. People spend a lot more time talking about physical strength and physical health, but much less time on mental strength and mental health.
Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown is an exploration of the growing division, contentions and loneliness that are so prevalent in our cultures today.
Upholders meet inner and outer expectations. They love rules, having a clear plan and are self-motivated and disciplined. Clearly tell them what needs to be done and they’ll lead the way
“Born for This: How to Find the Work You Were Meant to Do” explains why the people who are most successful have found the perfect combination of joy, money, and flow in their work life.
Men are right. The “relationship talk” does not help. This book explains how to achieve marital happiness: Love is not about better communication. It’s about connection.
12 Rules for Life is a book by Canadian clinical psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson. It uses ideas and examples from history, religion, psychology, mythology, science, and philosophy to give advise on how to be a successful and better human being.
What does brave leadership look like? How do you cultivate braver and more daring leaders? How do you implant the value of courage in your company’s culture?
Steve Covey organizes his book in a series of habits, showing them as a progression from dependence through independence on to interdependence.
In The Innovator’s Solution, Clayton M. Christensen explains that innovation is not as unpredictable as most managers have come to believe. Although the process of innovations may seem random, if business leaders understand and properly manage the variables that influence the process, they can learn to create truly disruptive growth.
David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants by Malcolm Gladwell is about the advantages of disadvantages — and the disadvantages of seeming advantages.
In Blink Gladwell discusses how people’s subconscious strongly influence their decisions. We like to believe that we make decisions based on reason, but more often than we think, our decisions are based on snap judgments.
Blink explores the connection between psychological and neurological research and human intuition. In Blink Gladwell discuss how people’s subconscious strongly influence their decisions.