Many of us often strive for progress not because of the desire to achieve but because we have fear. That’s the theory proposed by Alexandre Lowen. If he’s right, is it any wonder that so many of us experience anxiety – how can we overcome our deep rooted fears?
We live in a social world, and to be able to make the right choices when we’re under pressure, say when we’re dealing with an impolite colleague or an insensitive family member, takes a certain level of emotional mastery. Is EQ more important IQ in how it shapes our lives?
Is it worth doing something every day that moves you in the direction of your goal? Clearly, the answer is yes. Consistency is the underlying philosophy behind this book and Brian Tracy takes us through some powerful, practical changes we can implement to make our discipline stick.
Based on the title, does this seems like a basic productivity book? That’s the first impression I got yet it’s one of the most life-changing books I’ve read. It goes deep into how we can approach life in a more organized, synergistic, and holistic way.
What will happen to your life if you eat a frog every morning? Well, Brian Tracy believes he’s got the answer. And by frogs, he means those pesky yet hugely important tasks that are worth accomplishing as soon as possible.
What are the different strategies, habits, and tools the most creative people from the past have used? By learning the different possibilities available we’ll gain further clarity about how to approach our own lives. This is a fantastic book worth diving deep into.
According to the author, there are three types of people. Coolers, closers, and cleaners. And each one brings with it a set of personality traits. What are these traits and how can we shift gears so that we’re more motivated to excel?
Motivation can be fleeting, but are there any key principles that can help us sustain it throughout our life’s journey? The book is written in a style that’s rare. It speaks to the heart as opposed to logic and for that reason alone its wisdom is worth considering.
Many of Benjamin Hardy’s articles have reached total virality. Can his first book help us in the same way his articles have? Within his book, he shares the key principles we can implement to design our ideal future.
Deciding to commit yourself to long-term results, rather than short-term fixes, is as important as any decision you’ll make in your lifetime.