Pretty much we don't like chains or anything that ties us down I know weird with us loving the idea of love but its different with love we understand a different concept it's not a tied own or anything it's more of a support
In Doing the Right Things Right, Laura Stack builds on the iconic book by Peter F. Drucker, The Effective Executive, which has been a staple in the business world for decades. Her interpretation brings a modern twist to Drucker’s definitive guide for executives who wish to keep their organizations afloat.
In The Self-Aware Leader, Daniel Gallagher and Joseph Costal offer four pillars of leadership to help aspiring leaders understand their own strengths and weaknesses and become capable of working toward improvement. Becoming a great leader depends on self-awareness and the capacity for reinvention. These are also the keys to personal success. Without a clear vision that goes beyond material achievements, a career can never be a true success.
Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends & Influence People is the premier business how-to book. Its title is an apt description of the subject matter—interpersonal relationships. This revised edition aims to teach people how to be likeable and respected and how to alter the behavior of others in mutually beneficial ways. The aphorism about catching more flies with honey than vinegar is at the core of Carnegie’s time-tested philosophy.
In The Synthesis Effect, Dr. John McGrail shows how people who are suffering from stress, depression, anxiety or other forms of unhappiness can heal themselves by understanding and marshalling their inner resources in a process called “Synthesis.”