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Give and Take
Why Helping Others Drives Our Success
"Unlock the Secrets of Success with Give and Take" - Dive into the world of success and discover what it takes to rise to the top. In this award-winning book, Wharton's highest-rated professor, Adam Grant, reveals the unexpected factors that determine individual success in today's rapidly changing world. Learn to interact with others in ways that can make or break your climb up the success ladder with Give and Take.
Givers in the workplace change everybody. – source
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Explore the noble tradition of doubt and questioning as championed by some of the greatest minds in Western history, from Socrates to Darwin and beyond. This sweeping account covers philosophers, religious figures, and modern-day intellectuals who have grappled with the need for meaning in a seemingly meaningless universe. Delve into the works of thinkers such as Freud, Marx, and Nietzsche as they sought to reconcile doubt with the human desire for purpose.
Just masterful. – source
Letters to a Young Poet
Personal advice and inspiration from an acclaimed poet. These ten letters offer profound guidance for aspiring poets and anyone seeking wisdom on life's complexities. Written with conviction and style, they cover all aspects of existence and are essential reads for anyone looking to be moved and inspired.
I love this book. I give that to young people. – source
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When Things Fall Apart
Heart Advice for Difficult Times
This spiritual classic offers life-changing tools for transforming suffering and negative patterns into ease and joy. Drawing from traditional Buddhist wisdom, the author shows that moving towards painful situations and becoming intimate with them can open up our hearts in unexpected ways. A must-read for those seeking personal growth and resilience.
Kind of a sacred text that I carry around with me at all times because things are always falling apart. – source
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