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Best Book on Body Language (for Tactics and Strategies)

Why is body language so important for success?

Because you need to understand all kinds of communication and one of the most powerful and yet understated forms of communication is body language.

If you can read a person’s gestures and expressions on a web conference call or in person, you can predict their next move or your response a lot better. This book has helped me more than most.

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Best Book for Dealing with Change

Human nature tends to disfavor change. But only when we embrace it do we find success beyond measure. This is why I love this book. It teaches you how to look at change in a new way — in a business fable!

I love alternative learning formats and I think you’ll love this engaging tale.

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Best Stock Market Book for Beginners — All Time Classic Since 1923

If you’re serious about stock investments, start with this classic from 1923. It will teach you the terminology and logic behind everything. It will teach you about bull and bear markets in a story format.

The best stock investment advice I have for you is this:

​The best investors like Warren Buffett don’t make money by listening to other investors — they listen to the market and what’s happening in the world.

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This Book Will Help You Achieve More Success in Life — It Did For Me!

I fell in love the 7 habits years ago, in my 20s. I was all about the win-wins and I just loved that it was so positive. It wasn’t cut-throat and it was so practical.

There’s no financial sense in it — find out how sometimes working WITH your competitors can be an advantage!

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Best Book Every First-Time Manager Should Read

If you just got promoted to management, you’re probably not ready. No one’s ever ready. This book and others on this list will make it a lot easier though.

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Best Critical Thinking Book To Help You Think Differently

I just love this book because it exposes you to a different way of thinking. Numbers speak to me and I like the way Levitt presents a very logical and common-sense way of delivering data. This book will help you with critical thinking.

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