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Is your workload overwhelming? Is your stress levels reaching fever pitch? Getting Things Done is David Allen's proven guide to staying on top of it all in a world where communication and responsibilities are increasing exponentially.Learn how to keep a clear head, relax and organise your thoughts Learn the 'do it, delegate, it, defer it, drop it' principle. Overcome feelings of anxiety and being overwhelmed; With clear and specific methods and advice, David Allen's tried and trusted formula for business efficiency could transform the way you operate and your experience of work.

Millionaire businessman, "Dragon's Den" and "Tycoon" star Peter Jones show that with guts, determination and ideas, anyone can become successful. In "Tycoon", Peter offers his personal insight into the qualities and skills he believes every successful entrepreneur possesses. His Ten Golden Rules provide key building blocks for turning your ideas into successful businesses. He shows how to road test your ideas, create momentum behind a project, inject investors with enthusiasm for your ideas, and how to have the courage to risk failing in order to see your vision become a money-spinning reality. A hugely inspiring book - it's the ultimate guide to thinking like a millionaire and becoming one.

Many things can zap self-confidence and your natural lust for life. Work stress, organising work and children, juggling work, children and a social life. These issues are all too common in today's world of uncertainty and tension, we need to learn to take responsibility for ourselves. This guide to positive thinking shows you how to: set up a personal success programme; overcome stress at work and home; make new friends and be a more loving and responsive spouse; pinpoint how stress, worry and other confidence zappers develop and tackle the symptoms of an unhealthy lifestyle.


Have you ever thought that there must be a better way of measuring success than IQ?
Do you feel that an IQ score doesn’t reflect true ability in real life? Until the 1980s, the general view was that there was only one kind of intelligence - IQ - and that it remained fixed from birth throughout our lives. You are no longer restrained by that model. There is much more to intelligence than the traditional IQ components of logical, verbal, spatial and numerical ability. Emotional intelligence, personal knowledge, physical skill, creativity, musical aptitude and naturalistic empathy are all facets of intelligence, equally important to IQ for interacting successfully in the world. ‘Multiple intelligence theory’ holds that a world-class athlete is as intelligent as a professor of mathematics, and that a best-selling pop artist is as intelligent as a best-selling novelist. This book contains over 150 tests to help you explore your strengths in all areas of intelligence, enabling you to profile your strengths and providing you with tips for boosting each aspect of intelligence. Once you are able to identify key strengths, you can then use them to your advantage in your individual quest for self-improvement, knowledge, and development. ‘Are you smarter than you think?’ sets out to show you just how smart you really are.

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Inspirational Quote of the month

"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.

- Dr. Seuss

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Harness your creative power

Think logically and then laterally. Sometimes the most creative idea start from a logical analysis and then expand it laterally, look at all variations and think outside the box. Keep an open mind, do not restrict your viewpoint, never discard any ideas and avoid people who are negative.

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