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  • Image of Unlearn
    Image of Unlearn

    Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary Results

    by Barry O'Reilly

    Good leaders know when they need to continuously learn. But great leaders know when to unlearn the past to succeed in the future.

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  • Image of Success with People
    Image of Success with People

    Your Action Plan for Prosperity and Success

    by Cavett Robert

    Cavett Robert's six principles of Human Engineering continue to hold relevance for those who seek a different way of influencing others and coming closer to understanding themselves.

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  • Image of Generating Business Referrals Without Asking
    Image of Generating Business Referrals Without Asking

    A Simple Five Step Plan to a Referral Explosion

    by Stacey Brown Randall

    Stacey Brown Randall provides five steps to building a business sustained by referrals without asking or manipulating, but by staying authentic.

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  • Image of Shift the Work
    Image of Shift the Work

    The Revolutionary Science of Moving from Apathetic to All In Using Your Head, Heart, and Gut

    by Joe Mechlinski

    Shift the Work explores the emerging science around each of our three brains - our head brain, our heart brain, and our gut brain.

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  • Image of Talent Is Overrated
    Image of Talent Is Overrated

    What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else

    by Geoff Colvin

    What’s the real solution to the mystery of high performance? According to distinguished journalist Geoff Colvin, what really makes all the difference is a highly specific kind of effort, what he calls “deliberate practice.” It’s difficult. It hurts. But more of it equals better performance. Tons of it equals great performance.

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