How would you feel if I told you that its possible for you to live without worrying about paying the bills? That it is possible for you to get rid of your debt and enjoy financial freedom? All of this is within your reach, but nothing comes easy. There's a price to pay. You have to do what rich people do, sacrifice and have financial discipline. That's the only thing you need to do to start enjoying your life being debt free.
This is a summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Patrick Lencioni is the author of the book The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate the Three Essential Virtues. In this book Patrick emphasizes the idea that if a person wishes to succeed in anything they do, it is very important that they learn how to be a valuable team player. This book places a focus on how being a team player will bring success in business.
The lean start-up has actually taken a very long time to catch on since business owners residing in an outdated world required somebody to open their eyes to the fact that their old-fashioned approaches are triggering more negative than positive outcomes. The lean start-up technique is still not mainstream. Numerous business owners are stuck in their old methods, reluctant to accept modification.
Simon Sinek, in his book Leaders Eat Last calls for a style of leadership which puts plenty of emphasis on serving people rather than focusing on individual goals or shareholder interests. Leadership styles in this day and age focus on making money and bonuses instead of making sure the workforce has a good working environment. Engagement and job satisfaction are increased by leaders who see their employers as their family.
Vishen Lakhiani is the author of The Code of the Extraordinary Mind. This book is classified as a self-help book and it was written for people who would like to change their lives from a way of living that is on autopilot into a way of conscious living which will bring extraordinary experiences and results. The author of this book is also the founder of a company called Mindvalley. Mindvalley is an educational company that places a focus on self-help and personal growth.
This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. This audiobook contains a summary of the entire book, a chapter-by-chapter breakdown, and an analysis of the listening experience. Trump gives great guidance on negotiating and construction deals. The book offers more inspiration than technical advice to anyone venturing into real estate. From the book he suggests that having a passion for what you are doing is key, and money is secondary. This book has outlined how thinking big unlocks many doors.
A summary of Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley. This audiobook contains a summary of the entire book, chapter-by-chapter breakdown, and an analysis of the listening experience.
Ryan Holiday is the author of Ego is the Enemy. In this book Ryan examines the negative effects that a person's ego can have on their life. Not everyone is affected negatively by their ego, but many people do suffer from the roles that their egos play. Many people understand the ego in psychological terms which is based on studies done by the popular psychologist Sigmund Freud.
Just about everyone knows what it feels like to do poorly on a job interview. This is one of the primary reasons that the book Presence was created. Amy Cuddy is a professor at the Harvard Business School and she is also the author of the book Presence. In this book, Amy teaches people how to quit worrying about the way that other people perceive them.
A summary of How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking by Jordan Ellenberg.
This is a summary of Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as If Your Life Depended On It by Chriss Voss and Tahl Raz. Never Split the Difference is a guide to applying techniques used in hostage negotiations to personal and business negotiations. The negotiations strategies that are used now and are being taught in business schools usually focus on classic texts that don't factor emotions or irrational behavior being part of a negotiation.
This is a summary and analysis of Invisible Influence by Jonah Berger and not the original book. In Invisible Influence, Berger explains the psychology that motivates the decisions about branding and identity. The decisions made by an individual on a daily basis are dictated by subconscious factors so one is hardly aware of its effects.
This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. This book contains a summary, chapter-by-chapter breakdown, and an analysis of the reading experience.
When he initially began trading, Jim Paul believed he was some type of Superman. He believed he was invincible - that whatever he touched would become gold. When he lost a million dollars, he recognized he was human like the rest of us, that he had actually just got fortunate, and that continuously flexing the guidelines just gets you so far. Any financier worth his salt requires far more than luck and self-confidence: he has to discover ways to lose.
The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces that Will Shape Our Future by Kevin Kelly. Technology is moving and evolving rapidly in an almost unpredictable fashion. At the moment we are on the cusp of true technological advancement and if we wish to become part of it and to grow and learn with it then we must look to understand and embrace the 12 deep trends that Kelly has outlined.
Platform Revolution by Geoffrey Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne, and Sangeet Choudary is a thorough look at the development of platforms as market dominators, their opposition against pipeline organizations, and best practices in establishing and overseeing platforms. Platforms interface two sorts of clients with a specific end goal to trade something of significant worth.