Personal Development

The Four Toltec Agreements: How to overcome fear, hatred, judgment and limiting beliefs

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Summary of “The Four Toltec Chords”: The Four Toltec Chords give us the keys to overcome fear, hatred, judgment, limiting beliefs imposed by our domesticated society by inviting us to set out in search of our deep and true identity in order to regain our personal freedom and thus move towards a life of happiness, […]

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Networking for People Who Hate Networking

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Summary of “Networking for People Who Hate Networking“: Through advice, testimonials and scenarios, Devora Zack, a total introvert who became an expert in the art of networking, rolls out a completely new networking method perfectly adapted to the introverted and under connected who can finally expand their social circle without exhausting themselves. By Devora Zack, […]

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The Magic of Thinking Big: Acquire the secrets of success

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Summary and book review of “The magic of thinking big – Acquire the secrets of success…  Achieve everything you’ve always wanted”: This book reveals the positive attitudes that can lead to success, help people to overcome difficulties and achieve your dreams. Whatever the context, whatever your personal limitations, this book is for anyone who wants […]

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Atomic Habits | How tiny changes produce remarkable results

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Summary and book review of “Atomic Habits”: The majority of people try to change their habits all their lives but fail because they try to change everything at once. Through Atomic Habits, James Clear explains how to break this pattern, highlighting the importance of tiny changes, marginal gains or even 1% improvements, which he encompasses […]

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No more Mister Nice Guy | A Proven Guide For Getting What You Want In Love, Sex, And Life

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Summary and book review of “No More Mister Nice Guy”: This book provides good-natured men with some practical advice on how to put their needs before those of others and to no longer put up with the frustration that this excessive kindness causes in their lives. By Robert A. Glover, 2005, 257 pages Note: This guest […]