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Book Review: Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals, by Heidi Grant Halvorson


This book gives you the science behind goal setting. It’s not just another goal-setting process. Instead, Halvorson explains how different types of goals need different methods to achieve them, and goes on to describe the best methods for each of your goals. This is a crucial difference betwee...

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The Power of Impossible Thinking, by Colin Crook, Robert E. Gunther and Yoram R. Wind


This is a book to help you think more clearly and break free of the constricting – and possibly outdated – mental models you might be using now. Broadly, the book is based on the idea that the way we make sense of the world is largely based on our own internal processing, and far less th...

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Nine Things Successful People Do Differently, by Heidi Grant Halvorson


This wonderful little book is the best practical goal-setting book I have ever read. It outlines a goal-setting strategy that’s backed by solid scientific research, and gives you nine simple things you can do to be more productive and achieve your goals. This book goes far beyond simplistic go...

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Book Review: The Lean Startup – by Eric Ries


In this book, Eric Ries proposes a model for managing something that traditionally has been seen as somewhat unmanageable: an entrepreneurial startup business. It’s a good read, even if you’re not in a startup business, but want to use the same ideas for managing a new project, product l...

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Connected, by Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler


I first came across this book when I read of a study that found your weight was more affected by the people around you than by your individual diet or fitness program. This study is just one of those reported and discussed in this book, which is a fascinating account of how we are inter-connected. I...

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