In The Future of Happiness author Amy Blankson argues that there is a “middle path” between technological overwhelm and technological obsession.
Self Improvement Books
Believe that you're too busy to be mentored, or to be a mentor to someone else? One Minute Mentoring shows you how to get the benefits despite limited time.
Former actor, Isaac Lidsky, present his vision, something he calls "eyes wide open", on breaking free of the "blind spots" in your own life.
For professionals tired of networking events, Stand Out Networking offers a simple solution to the “I-hate-going-to-networking-events” problem: Don’t go.
Author Wendy Sachs offers advice to women who are making a shift in their professional careers in her book Fearless and Free.
Secrets of Swagger highlights the power of confidence, creativity, character, and communication in crafting a distinctive personal and business brand.
SHINE isn't your ordinary book providing workplace communication tips. In stead, it helps readers connect with the people in their world with more impact.
How do you take a step back to be a parent while maintaining your place in the business world? Work Pause Thrive argues that society needs to step up.
Observing is more than "looking", it's a skill that can be practices. The book Look helps you learn to match the correct perspective to your objectives.
The Pie Life focuses squarely on work-life balance from a women's perspective, although the principles can be applied to anyone.
Creativity isn't just a "wonderful to have" asset anymore, it's a strategic part of business survival. Here are 10 great books on creativity for 2017.
You've seen inflated egos take people from the pinnacle of success to the depths of despair. How do you keep yours in check?