The Confidence Code explains how, in comparison with men, women lack confidence. It also explorers the impact such lack of confidence has on women in various spheres of life, especially the business world, and offers advice on how women can increase their confidence.
Through a combination of entertaining anecdotes, solid data and practical advice, Lean In examines the prevalence of and reasons for gender inequality both at home and at work. It encourages women to lean into their careers by seizing opportunities nd aspiring to leadership positions, as well calling on both men and women to acknowledge and remedy the current gender inequalities.
Napoleon Hill’s Golden Rules offers a wide array of tips and life hacks to improve your life and bring you closer to realizing your goals. Author Napoleon Hill developed his techniques-many of which stem from the power of positive thinking- nearly a century ago, but they’re still the cornerstone of many of today’s self-help and personal development theories.
Rising strong is your guide to picking yourself up and dusting yourself off after a failure – and to becoming stronger, braver and kinder because of it. Whether you dream of being an entrepreneur or maintaining a loving relationship, this book will supply you with vital steps to dealing with any struggle.
The Power of Positive Thinking is a self declared manual for achieving happiness and overcoming even the most difficult problems. Focusing on our attitudes toward our life situations as well as our faith, the book acts as a guide to the way we can change our lives through a steadfast focus on positive outcomes – if were willing to make that choice.
The Now Habit investigated problem many people can relate to today: procrastination. Why do people put off important task until the last possible second? And how can they be helped? The Now Habit explains where this phenomenon comes from, and which mindset and tools can help us overcome it.