Tony Robbins tends to focus on the more important things in life like being thankful. He has a no-nonsense approach to personal development. He believes that everyone has the potential to change their circumstances in a heartbeat by forming new habits and sticking with those rituals. Hope this helps you in your quest for continuous improvement.
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell has inspired me and no doubt millions the world over with his teachings on everyday phenomena which most of us fail to grasp. The Tipping Point is enlightening – as usual; his arguments quite compelling. This phenomenon can be seen in trading graphs and in unsuccessful and successful businesses as well. […]
How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinci by Michael J. Gelb is replete with fascinating points. Leonardo Da Vinci was probably the most famous multi-talented human being that ever lived; he was an inventor, scientist, philosopher and artist and of course probably the most famous ambidexter of all time. Michael Gelb’s philosophy resonates with me as […]
Brian Tracy says that writing your goals down can increase the chances of you achieving your goals by up to 1000%! I find little facts like these intriguing. Quite an insightful video. Brian Tracy’s approach to personal development is simple, scientific and very ‘common-sense’. It must be quite reassuring that achieving your goals is predictable; […]