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The inside out revolution

Michael Neill had this to say about our societies outside thinking mindset:“The prevailing model in our culture is that our experience of life is created from the outside in - that is, what happens to us on the outside determines our…

Rising Strong by Brené Brown

Like Dr. Brené Brown’s previous works, Rising Strong is a prescriptive and deeply personal work. Dr. Brown practices what she preaches, meaning that she approaches her books with a sense of vulnerability, introspection, and courage that few…

The Dip by Seth Godin

Every new thing that you start is usually fun and exciting. But, then it gets harder and becomes less fun. You start to lose motivation and you get into a dip. The dip can get better if you start pushing or a cul-de-sac: something that will…

Review of Robert Greene’s Mastery

Robert Greene is a specialist in the themes of strategy, power, sex and seduction. In his fifth and latest self-betterment guide, Mastery, Greene addresses the lives of some supreme high achievers. The line-up ranges from top boxing coach…

Great at Work

For his latest book, Great at Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better and Achieve More, Morton Hansen spent five years researching more than 5,000 employees in dozens of industries, to better understand the deceptively simple question…

Radical Candor

Whether you’re managing people or simply interacting with them, giving and receiving feedback can often be tricky. I believe that being able to both share and receive feedback is a true skill that only few people have truly mastered.The…