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The World According to Mister Rogers
by Fred Rogers

Wisdom, warmth ... wonderful!

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The Power of Losing Control:  Finding Strength, Meaning
and Happiness in an Out-of-Control World

by Joe Caruso 

Some great material on "respond vs. react."

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The Art of Happiness
by The Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler 

Meaningful, practical and inspirational dialogues.

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The Art of Happiness at Work
by The Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler 

Ways to make work a more satisfying experience!

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The Art of Possibility
by Rosamund and Benjamin Zander 

Highly recommended. Just read it!

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The Pursuit of WOW!
by Tom Peters 

Excellent and straight-to-the-point customer service/business development tidbits, tips and techniques.

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The Tipping Point:  How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference
by Malcolm Gladwell 

A "must read" for anyone interested in how trends, fads and information travel.  Powerful ideas about how we are connected.  Highest recommendation.

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The Anatomy of Buzz:  How to Create Word of Mouth Marketing
by Emanuel Rosen

For me, this is the companion book to Gladwell's "Tipping Point." 
Read them both!

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Authentic Happiness:  Using the New Positive Psychology to Realize
Your Potential for Lasting Fulfillment

by Martin E.P. Seligman

The best-selling author of "Learned Optimism" and other worthwhile works explores the science of positive emotion backed up with interesting research, self-tests and exercises. 

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Living a Life That Matters
by Harold S. Kushner

An inspirational book about making a positive difference from the author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People."  Great stories and rich food for thought.

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How to Win Friends and Influence People
by Dale Carnegie

Originally published in 1936, one of the best selling nonfiction books of all time. The content is basic, essential and still potentially life changing.

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The Power of Positive Thinking
by Norman Vincent Peale

1950's inspirational classic.

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Get Anyone To Do Anything and Never Feel Powerless Again
by David Lieberman

A modern take on Dale Carnegie's territory, with psychological and behavioral research behind it. Despite the bold title, which was an initial turnoff for me, this book offers sound advice.

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You're Too Kind: A Brief History of Flattery
by Richard Stengel

An entertaining and slightly cynical view.

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Adversity Quotient: Turning Obstacles into Opportunities
by Paul G. Stoltz, Ph.D.

Are you a quitter, camper or climber?  How do you respond to adversity?  The truth about self-motivation. 

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Reading People: How to Understand People and Predict Their
Behavior...Anytime, Anyplace

by Jo-Ellan Dimitrius

The title says it all. An excellent book.

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Battling The Inner Dummy
by David L. Weiner

If you are interested in psychology, you'll love this book. 
Subtitled: The Craziness of Apparently Normal People.

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The 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management:
Proven Strategies for Increased Productivity and Inner Peace

by Hyrum W. Smith

A terrific book on the subject. 

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How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere: The Secrets of Good Communication
by Larry King

Practical information for improving communication skills.  Entertaining and to the point.

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The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
by Dr. Stephen Covey

Huge best seller with basic and essential information and advice.

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First Things First
by Dr. Stephen Covey

Excellent time and life management ideas and techniques.


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