EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (Why it can matter more than IQ).By-- Daneil Goleman
THE GROUNDBREAKING BOOK THAT REDEFINES WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SMART:
Drawing on groundbreaking brain and behavioral research, Goleman shows the factors at work when people of high IQ flounder and those of modest IQ do surprisingly well.
These factors, which include self-awareness, self-discipline, and empathy, add up to a different way of being smart---and they are not fixed at birth.
Although shaped by childhood experience, emotional intelligence can be nurtured and strengthen throughout adulthood----with immediate benefits to our health, our relationships, and our work.
Try reading this book to be smart in all ramifications of life.
The 8th HABIT (From Effectiveness To Greatness)--By Stephen R. Covey.
In order to thrive, innovative, excel and lead in what covey calls the new knowledge worker age, we must build on and move beyond effectiveness....to greatness.
Accessing the higher level of human genius and motivation in to-days new reality requires a sea change of new thinking---a new mind-set, a new skill-set, a new tool-set--in short, a whole new habit.
THE 8TH HABIT by Stephen R. Covey is a most read book if you want to transform your habit from bad to good one in order to succeed in business, relationships and become healthier in life.
THE LAW OF SUCCESS----- By Napoleon Hill
The law of success is the "golden key" to Hill thought___ his complete mind-power method for achieving your goals. After interviewing dozens of industrialists, diplomats, thought leaders, and successful people from all walks of life, Hill distilled what he learned into fifteen principles, organized with an introductory chapter, "The master mind," that serves a primer to his overall success philosophy.
The purpose of the law of success course is to enable you to find out how you may become more capable in your chosen field of work. To this end you will be analyzed and all of your qualities classified so you may organize them and make the best possible use of them.
As Hill saw it, these lesson act as a "mind stimulant" that will cause the student to organize and direct to a DEFINITE end the forces of his or her mind, thus harnessing the stupendous power which most people waste.
I solicit you should take time and read it.