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Thirteen Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do by Amy Morin
You can't escape misfortune in life. But you can change how you respond to it. Do you struggle to get over your failures? Getting over these obstacles can have a great influence on your everyday life. Morin shares how her most successfully cured patients overcame these difficulties.
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
Would you worry about something? Why can't you stop worrying? Fortunately, there would be a way to deal with those worries. By defining the source of your stress, you can get over it. Carnegie came up with a timeless formula that helps you deal with any over thinking situation.
Finding Your Element by Ken Robinson
We're supposed to graduate from high school at 18, enter university, become a professional person, get married and have children. This lifestyle may be limiting and keep us away from opportunities in which we might get better. Everyone has potential. If you don't know what yours is, it just means you haven't discovered it yet. Or perhaps you have it, but it was dismissed early in life. Find out how you can break free of society's strict rules and find your calling in life.
Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
Do your emotions hold you back? Would you do better if your emotions were removed and you became unfeeling, logical creatures? Did you know if your pulse rate rises above 100 bpm, you're believed too emotional to think rationally? You probably let feelings cloud your judgment more often than you know. Goleman explains how you can avoid letting your emotions rule you and