As you all know, part of my service is to provide you a quality resources that you can use for your personal improvement. As a mother of three homeschooler I always keep this in mind that my children are getting their strength and character from me. Always remember that they are just a reflection of who we really are as a mother.
Below are new addition to my library that you can add up to your daily dose of personal development, try to check it out on my LIBRARY. Because according to Charles William Elliot, “Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”
The Greatest Salesman in the World is a book, written by Og Mandino, that serves as a guide to a philosophy of salesmanship, and success, telling the story of Hafid, a poor camel boy who achieves a life of abundance. The book was first published in 1968, and re-issued in 1983 by Bantam. Source: Wikipedia
Adam Khoo is an entrepreneur, best-selling author and peak performance specialist. A self-made millionaire by the age of 26, he is the Executive Chairman of Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group Pte Ltd, one of Asia’s largest training & education companies.
Adam has authored 13 books spanning the topics of academic mastery, personal development, parenting, finance and entrepreneurship. These titles have been consistently placed on the national best-sellers list and been translated into six foreign language.
Great Motivation Secrets of Great Leaders explores the leadership styles of many of the world's most influential leaders in business, the military, sports, and politics and extracts powerful lessons that managers can put to work in their organizations. Drawing upon his years of experience as a leadership consultant, visionary, and coach, John Baldoni, author of the highly successful "Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders" Reveals the motivational techniques of Sam Walton, Mary Kay Ash, Ronald Reagan, Colleen Barrett, Col. David Hackworth, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, and other influential leaders.
In this new edition, Roberto presents new cases from Google, Ford, and Intuit, and expands coverage to more deeply illuminate his decision-making approach. Offering both positive and negative examples, he presents a well rounded view of how to determine when 'yes' means 'yes', when it doesn't, and what to do when it doesn't. Throughout, He demonstrates why "good process entails the astute management of the social, political and emotional aspects of decision making" -- in other words, why effective leaders are well served by carefully "deciding how to decide." You'll learn how to: