First, Break All The Rules by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman shares the unconventional methods that great managers adopt to increase the performance of their team, increase growth opportunities, and retain the best talents within the company.
How Much Is Enough? by Robert Skidelsky and Edward Skidelsky raise an inquiry about how much money is enough for an average person to live a good life by working less and enjoying more. And it also talks about how Keynes’s predictions were wrong.
The Power Of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale helps you realize that when thoughts are combined with the power of faith, you open up doors to a successful and happy life.
The Art Of Thinking Clearly Summary will help you fight your mental biases and realize how imperfect our minds are when it comes to making right choices.
Talent Is Never Enough by John Maxwell discusses why talent alone is not enough for a person to become successful. The author also talks about other qualities like passion, patience, perseverance, courage, etc which also play a crucial role in achieving your goals.
Thoughts Without A Thinker by Mark Epstein discusses the similarities and differences between the teachings of Buddha and psychoanalysis. Ultimately, this book helps you realize that suffering is inevitable and how you can alleviate your suffering, thus live a happy and peaceful life.