Summary of “How to sell your way through life” by Napoleon Hill: After studying the paths taken by the greatest world leaders, Napoleon Hill reveals everything there is to know about the art of selling and selling yourself. He reveals the best strategies for success in matters of persuasion, promotion, negotiation and influence. He also […]
Summary of “Universal Principles of Design”: The meeting of design, psychology and science to design successful products and experiences. By William Lidwell, Katrina Holden and Jill Butler, 272 pages, 2011 Note: This article is a guest article written by Clémence Perrin from the Freewheeler Travel Blog and K-character Chronicle of the book “Universal Principles of […]
Christophe André is a psychiatrist author for the general public, who has the originality — in all his books — of combining meditation, personal development and positive psychology. No wonder everyone is talking about him… Let’s go ahead and focus on this extraordinary man who, with his list of bestsellers, may very well change our lives!
Summary of “Mind Gym, An Athlete’s Guide To Inner Excellence”: In this book, Gary Mack, sports psychology consultant and counselor, provides us, in the form of 40 lessons, with the techniques and exercises he used to help his athletes build their mental strength and shows us that the mind impacts sport performance just as much, if […]
Summary of “Getting the love you want: a guide for couples“: I know of no better book for couples and partners who genuinely desire a maturing relationship.” M. Scott Peck (Author of: The road less travelled) By Harville Hendrix Ph.D. 1988, 384 pages Note: This is a guest article written by Nicolas Roché of the […]
Summary of “How to win friends and influence people” : To make friends, influence others and get them in our corner, it is important to know how to look after their ego; this happens after an important change in our everyday behavior, which consists of never criticizing, being genuinely interested in others, smiling, remembering the […]
Summary of “Made to Stick”: Some ideas influence their audience, making a mark on their memory for a long time and even making them act; whilst others are forgotten having hardly been heard. The authors of Made To Stick study the ideas that stick and explain their methods of adhesion. By Chip Heath and Dan […]