Check out some recommended reading from our CEO’s library.
By motivational speaker and author Robin Sharma, this is an inspiring tale that provides a step-by-step approach to living with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy.
Go inside the notoriously secretive world of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team to reveal 15 powerful and practical lessons for leadership and business that helped to build one of the most successful sporting clubs in history.
Author Anthony William has helped tens of thousands of people heal from ailments that have been misdiagnosed or ineffectively treated or that doctors can’t resolve. He’s done this by listening to a divine voice that literally speaks into his ear, telling him what lies at the root of people’s pain or illness, and what they need to do to restore their health. His methods achieve spectacular results, even for those who have spent years and many thousands of dollars on all forms of medicine before turning to him. Now, in this revolutionary book, he opens the door to all he has learned over his 25 years of bringing people’s lives back: a massive amount of healing information, much of which science won’t discover for decades and most of which has never appeared anywhere before.
In this “warm, honest approach to prioritizing your partner and creating true happiness in your relationship” (John Gray, PhD, author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus), the founder and CEO of YourTango, the #1 online destination for relationships, with fifteen-million monthly visitors, provides a refreshing new approach to romantic partnerships, grounded in the importance of unconditional love.
A great medical book to help people and a view on angles that help think outside the box.
in 2009, author Simon Sinek started a movement to help people become more inspired at work, and in turn inspire their colleagues and customers.
Fooling Some of the People All of the Time shares a revealing look at Wall Street, the financial media, and financial regulators written by David Einhorn. Einhorn provides a detailed conclusion to the gripping battle between Allied Capital and Einhorn’s Greenlight Capital and describes how many parts of the Allied Capital story were replayed in the debate over Lehman Brothers.