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Quick Meeting Openers for Busy Managers

by Brian Cole Miller The tone you set in the first few minutes of a meeting is a key determining factor in whether your efforts will prove to be successful–or a poor use of time. Quick Meeting Openers for Busy Managers gives readers the tools, activities, and advice...
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Overcoming Anticipatory Anxiety

Get ahead of your anticipatory anxiety, and start living with flexibility and peace of mind. Do you automatically assume the worst-case-scenario when faced with difficulty? Do you stress about situations that haven’t happened yet, or find yourself anticipating disaster around every corner? Does the prospect of making a...
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Beyond Distraction: Five Practical Ways to Focus the Mind

Learn how to overcome distraction in meditation practice and develop clarity in your relationships, work, and activities with this new guide from a beloved meditation teacher. The mind can be a potent tool, used to guide extraordinary achievements, inspire good works, and incline your spiritual path toward peace...
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Get It Done: Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation

by Ayelet Fishbach Discover a “compelling” framework for setting and achieving your goals (Carol Dweck, author of Mindset), from a psychologist on the cutting edge of motivational science. A great deal of ink has been spilled on the subject of motivating and influencing others, but what happens when the person...
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Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise

Silence isn’t just the absence of noise. It’s a presence that brings us energy, clarity, and deeper connection. Justin Zorn and Leigh Marz take us on an unlikely journey—from the West Wing of the White House to San Quentin’s death row; from Ivy League brain research laboratories to...
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Ready: How to Know When to Go and When to Stay

The guide to finding your perfect timing for life’s biggest decisions—whether to stay or go in relationships, jobs, locations, and everything that matters most. Do we stay in what we know? Or is it the right time to leave and make a change? In more than 50 years...
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