Grow Your Personal Capital: What You Know, Who You Know and How to Use It by Hilarie
Owen (Paperback - Mar 18, 2003). Basic
Books (March 18, 2003).
Packed with illustrative examples and
interactive exercises, this book shows you to maximize the value of your knowledge capital
(what you know), social capital (whom you know), and emotional capital (how you interact
with others)-and combine these components to make you a more successful, effective,
balanced, and fulfilled person.Momentum books are for people who want to make things
happen in their career and their life, who want to work at something they enjoy and that's
worthy of their talent and their time. Momentum people have values and principles. They
question who they are and what they do. Wherever they work, they want to feel that what
they do has meaning. Information
Keys to Success: How
to Achieve Your Goals by Carol
Carter, Joyce Bishop, and Sarah Kravits (Paperback
- Jun 15, 2002). Prentice Hall; 4 edition (June 15, 2002).
Best-selling guide to success in college,
work, and life is based on the premise that if readers know themselves and can think
critically about any topic or situation, they will succeed in whatever they do. Information
Making Horses Drink:
How to Lead & Succeed in Business by Alex Hiam (Hardcover - Jun 15, 2002). Entrepreneur Press; 1
edition (June 15, 2002).
As companies from GE to Southwest Airlines
have proven for years, people really are an organization's most important asset. Yet many
employees don't feel their company treats them that way. To get managers to change their
approach, consultant Hiam (The Vest Pocket CEO: Decision-Making Tools for Executives)
begins by presenting an allegory that brings to life the adage "you can bring a horse
to water, but you can't make it drink." Information
Meet the Experts:
Motivation (Meet the Experts) by Various (Audio
CD - Jul 26, 2004) Abridged. Simon & Schuster Audio;
Abridged edition (July 26, 2004). Information
Succeed at Work
Without Sidetracking Your Faith: 7 Lessons of Career Excellence for Women by Amy C.
Baker (Hardcover - Jan 2006). New Hope
This book is a compilation of practical
lessons and career management advice from a Christian woman who has lived it and coached
it at Dell, one of the most successful companies in the history of capitalism. Information
Suite Success: The
Psychologist from The Apprentice Reveals What It Really Takes to Excel -- in the Boardroom
and in Life by Liza Siegel (Hardcover
- Jun 23, 2006). AMACOM (June 23, 2006).
A must book for any executive. Dr. Liza Siegel
reveals how success in today's boardroom is not just about book smarts-- it's about people
The Art of Happiness
at Work by Dalai Lama and Howard C Cutler (Paperback
- Sep 7, 2004). Riverhead Trade (September 7, 2004).
The Art of Happiness at Work is a
modern-day Socratic dialogue in which Cutler asks the Dalai Lama about the difficulties
and rewards we might encounter in the workplace. The authors explore issues such as work
and identity, making money, the Buddhist concept of "right livelihood," and
transforming dissatisfaction at work. Information
The Corporate Shaman:
A Business Fable by Richard Whiteley (Hardcover
- Feb 19, 2002). Collins Business; 1 edition (February 19, 2002).
An engaging illustration of how the wisdom
gained throughout the ages has powerful relevance to modern business dilemmas. Information
Eagle's Secret (Paperback) by
David Mcnally. Dell (May 11, 1999).
The Eagle's Secret teaches us how to trust ourselves and find the
strengths that allow us not only to survive, but thrive. Information
The NeXt Revolution: What Gen X Women Want at
Work and How Their Boomer Bosses Can Help Them Get it by Charlotte Shelton and Laura
Shelton (Hardcover - Nov 25, 2005).
Davies-Black Publishing (November 25, 2005). Information
The Simple Art of Success: 384 Thoughts to
Inspire and Motivate by Kathy Wagoner (Paperback
- Oct 1, 2001). Sourcebooks, Inc. (October 1,
Since only you can coach yourself to an effective performance every day, here are some
driving thoughts to help you feel good about yourself and keep you moving toward your
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