I hate running Jon, ‘I hate running’. Without hesitation , he responded, “What do you hate worse, running….or your current life situation?” I was desperate. I had nothing to lose. I decided to go for a run. Continue reading Book Giveaway #56: The Miracle Morning
The astonishing truth is this: Nothing less significant than the evolution of our species rests squarely on retaining our neotenous traits. A loving heart does not sanction war. Childlike curiosity creates interest rather than fear. An joy gives intense meaning to each encounter. And adult world balanced by childlike traits would be a better world. Continue reading Book Giveaway #55: You’re Only Young Twice
There is something I know about you that you may not even know about yourself. You have within you MORE RESOURCES OF ENERGY than have ever been tapped, MORE TALENT than has ever been exploited, MORE STRENGTH than has ever been tested, and MORE TO GIVE that you have every given. Continue reading Book Giveaway #54: Fish!
“In every industry there are huge swathes of critical knowledge that have been commoditized, and what hasn’t been yet commoditized soon will be. Given that, we have to say good-bye to the “knowledge economy” and wave hello to the ‘creative economy’. WHAT MATTERS TODAY is how fast a company can generate new thoughts and BUILD new knowledge…….” Continue reading Book Giveaway #53: What Matters Now
A Journey process is a guided introspection designed to address your specific issues, uncover the root cause of your physical condition or your emotional issue, and help you to a complete resolution. There are two different basic types of Journeys. Both will take you deep within, to a place guided by your own inner wisdom. When you have recovered the memory that is the key to your issue, you are then able to empty out all the associated emotion contained within it and open into a deep forgiveness. Once completely free from the impact of this memory, healing at a cellular level can naturally begin. Continue reading Book Giveaway #52: The Journey
Buddhism does not promote the idea of abandoning all desires altogether. What Buddhism encourages is the idea that all forms of craving, grasping and clinging, which are exaggerated forms of desire, have to be abandoned, because they ultimately cause suffering and unhappiness. Continue reading Book Giveaway #51: The Essence of Buddhism
Jack Welch’s life is the standard American Dream – son of a Railroad conductor, born into poverty, worked his way through school and college. Then worked for General Electric – probably the most admired company ever – for 41 years starting 1960 and was CEO for 20 years from 1981 to 2001. Continue reading Book Giveaway #50: Winning
Title: Pitch It!: Inspirational Stories from the Cricket Dressing Room to the Corporate Boardroom Author(s): Dev Prasad What do MS Dhoni and Azim Premji have in common? What about Anil Kumble and Steve Jobs? Between South African cricketing side and … Continue reading Book Giveaway #49: Pitch It!
Apart from dealing with manipulation this book also provides useful tips in dealing with day-to-day professional life. We live in an era of ’30 Second Introductions” and “Elevator Pitches”. There is hardly any time to think or act. Hence, when an author offers to teach us “clear and crystal thinking” and the art of “quick repartees”, it can be an alluring proposition. Continue reading Book Giveaway #48: Quick Thinking
Ever faced such a situation? How does a leader go about inspiring to team to begin collaboration with urgency and focus? How to create a compelling vision? How to build trust? Continue reading Book Giveaway #47: The Tools of Leadership