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Bring Reading Books Back Into Your Life

Bring the Joy of Reading Books Back Into Your Life

12 books for October

Niji No Hashi Dojo Recommend Books

Simple Ways to Overcome Boredom

Sculpture the mind the same way you want to sculpture your body.
It’s almost the same as sculpturing a statue for rock it would take at least 16 months
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Everyone at one time or another has experienced some degree of boredom. Children are usually the quickest to say “I’m bored,” but as adults, we experience our share, too.

Don’t you sometimes wonder why you feel bored? It may be a feeling of laziness, exhaustion, or even a lack of mental stimulation.

Whatever the case may be, we all want to keep our mind and body at its peak. We also want to be an active player in our own lives. When we’re feeling bored, neither of these needs is being met.

However, with a bit of creativity, there’s no reason why you ever need to experience boredom!

Here are some simple suggestions to help you conquer boredom and liven things up:

Read. This sounds rather obvious, doesn’t it? Well, it is! But it’s often the simplest ideas that are the most powerful.

Reading is a wonderful activity for the mind that can transport you to another time, place or situation. With so many genres to choose from, reading can be most interesting and even intoxicating.

Cultivate your mind. Boredom is something we allow and hold control over. By actively using our mind, boredom won’t be a concern again. Try expanding and cultivating your mind by taking a day trip to a museum, going to an art exhibit, or seeing a play.

If you’ve never been an avid reader, it’s possible that you simply haven’t found the right book. Experiment until you find the one that gets you hooked. You can also explore audiobooks and podcasts to keep your mind busy.

No one enjoys being bored, but thankfully there are countless ways to overcome boredom and get your mind and body active again. Use these tips to get you started, and enjoy a myriad of wonderful benefits in the process

Create the time to read. It might be 20 minutes before bed or during your lunch hour. We feel like we don’t have the time because we over-schedule our lives, watch too much TV, and spend too much time surfing the Internet.

Let go of some of that stuff and read instead. Make reading a habit by doing it regularly. When you’re reading, only read. This isn’t a time for one eye on the book and the other eye on the television set. If you’re going to get the most out of it, then really commit to what you’re doing.

Just read during your reading time. Avoid thinking that you must finish every book you start. We have to suffer through some things in our lives that are less than exciting, but your books don’t have to be one of those things

12 books for October

1: BEYOND RELIGION: ETHICS FOR A WHOLE WORLD BY DALAI LAMA

2: NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT BY HEIDI GRANT HALVORSON

3: ANXIOUS: USING THE BRAIN TO UNDERSTAND AND TREAT FEAR AND ANXIETY BY JOSEPH LEDOUX

4: HATCHING TWITTER BY NICK BILTON

5: THE MAGIC OF THINKING BIG BY DAVID J. SCHWARTZ, PH. D.

6: INFLUENCE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION BY ROBERT B. CIALDINI

7: COMPELLING PEOPLE: THE HIDDEN QUALITIES THAT MAKE US INFLUENTIAL BY JOHN NEFFINGER & MATTHEW KOHUT

8: FAST FOOD NATION BY ERIC SCHLOSSER

9: KING OF CAPITAL: THE REMARKABLE RISE, FALL, AND RISE AGAIN OF STEVE SCHWARZMAN AND BLACKSTONE BY DAVID CAREY

10: CROSSING THE CHASM BY GEOFFREY A. MOORE

11: COSMOS BY CARL SAGAN

12: ANTHROPOLOGY BY CAROL EMBER, MELVIN EMBER & PETER PEREGRINE

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INFLUENCE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION BY ROBERT B. CIALDINI

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Books Of The Month Of May

Cultivate your mind. Boredom is something we allow and hold control over.

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Bring the Joy of Reading Books Back Into Your Life Sculpture the mind the same way you want to sculpture your body.

It’s almost the same as sculpturing rock into statue for it would take at lease 16 months
So starts sculpturing your mind read

#1: THE WORLD UNTIL YESTERDAY: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES BY JARED DIAMOND

#2: HOW NOT TO BE WRONG: THE POWER OF MATHEMATICAL THINKING BY JORDAN ELLENBERG

#3: WORKING TOGETHER: WHY GREAT PARTNERSHIPS SUCCEED BY MICHAEL D. EISNER

#4: THE E-MYTH REVISITED: WHY MOST SMALL BUSINESSES DON’T WORK AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT BY MICHAEL GERBER

#5: SPEED READING FOR DUMMIES BY RICHARD SUTZ

#6: CHESAPEAKE BY JAMES A. MICHENER

#7: THE GRAPES OF WRATH BY JOHN STEINBECK

#8: PILLARS OF THE EARTH BY KEN FOLLETT

#9: NEVER EAT ALONE: AND OTHER SECRETS TO SUCCESS, ONE RELATIONSHIP AT A TIME BY KEITH FERRAZZI

#10: FROM MY EXPERIENCE BY LOUIS BROMFIELD

#11: STORM OF STEEL BY ERNST JUNGER

#12: TRIBES BY SETH GODIN

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Ways to deal with Unlocking Your Potential

Do you wonder why you haven’t accomplished more with your life? Do you feel that you have great potential locked up inside of you? Most adults feel this way.

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No one ever truly reaches their potential, but it’s discouraging that so many of us never even scratch the surface of our potential.

Are you ready to find out what you can do?

Find out what you’re really capable of accomplishing:

  1. Be bold. This is the number one tip for unleashing your potential on the world. Your limited achievements are likely due to the fact that you’re timid. If you were out there doing your best each day, you’d be too busy piling up successes to read an article like this. Stop caring about the opinions of others and show the world what you’ve got.
  2. Have bold goals. To live up to your potential, you need goals. Goals provide a direction for your energy and effort. Effective goals are motivating, which is great if you’re going to set bold goals! Avoid overwhelming yourself. Goals should be bold, but not overwhelming.
  1. Combine your strengths and interests. Do you really care about maximizing your chess-playing potential if you don’t enjoy playing chess? You’ll have the most potential in the areas where you show natural strength and have a high level of interest. What are you good at that you also enjoy?
  2. Get expert assistance. Some of the leading experts in the world still have a coach or mentor. The right mentor can help you to reach your potential faster than you can do it alone. Spend the time necessary to find a good mentor. It’s like putting your progress on the fast track.
  3. Make progress each day. A small amount of progress, accumulated over time, can result in amazing progress. Avoid overwhelming yourself by setting a schedule or goals that you can’t maintain. But, be sure to make some progress each and every day. The amount of progress you can make in a year would be staggering.
  4. Develop habits that help you accomplish your goals. Keeping with the same theme of making progress each day, your habits are those things you do each day. An effective set of habits all but guarantees success.
  • Examine your goals and determine the habits that would make success likely. The hardest job you have is creating habits. Once the right habits are in place, there’s little else to worry about. Create an effective routine and stick with it.
  1. Determine your obstacles. There’s always something in the way. It might be a lack of time, money, or other resource. Maybe you have a spouse that demands a lot of your time. Maybe you live in the wrong place. After all, it’s not easy to maximize your surfing skills in Missouri.
  • Create a plan for dealing with your obstacles. What can you do to overcome them, or at least minimize them? What do you need? What do you need to stop doing? How can you alter your life to make success more likely?
  1. Expect success. If you expect failure, you’re bound to fail. Why not give yourself the benefit of the doubt and expect good things? If you have solid goals, good habits, and a smidge of discipline, there’s no reason to doubt yourself.

Making a few decisions, acting boldly, and finding a mentor are just a few of the things you can do to unlock your potential.

Make today the day you start living at your highest level.

What are you waiting for?

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How to use meditation to gain insight

Develop Insight With Meditation

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True insight doesn’t come from thinking or a book. Insight is founded in experience and can be accessed through practice. The most effective practice is that of meditation.

Meditation results in clear awareness in the absence of thinking. This is an effective state for insightfulness.

How to use meditation to gain insight:

1. Make the time. Meditation requires practice and regular effort. Early morning and late evening seem to work the best. But 15 minutes at lunch can work, too. The more time you can spare the better, but as little as 15 minutes is enough.

2. Find a quiet place.It’s possible to meditate under any conditions, but it’s much easier if you’re alone in quiet surroundings.

3. Find a comfortable position.Any position can work, provided you can maintain it without fidgeting. The full lotus position can be maintained for a very long period of time, but most beginners lack the flexibility to assume this position. Try various positions. Sitting up straight in a firm chair often works well.

4. Relax. Once you’ve found a comfortable position, breathe and relax. It doesn’t get much simpler than that. But simple isn’t the same as easy.

5. Focus on your breath. Maintain a focus on your breath. Feel the air moving in and out of your body. Why is meditation so focused on the breath? Because it’s

happening right now. It’s part of your experience in the present.

If you maintain awareness of your breathing, you can’t be thinking about anything else. And that’s exactly the goal: to stop your mind from thinking.

6. Continue to maintain focus on your breath. Invariably, your attention will wander. How long it takes to realize you’ve lost your focus will vary. With practice, it will only take a few seconds. At first, it may take several minutes!

When you do catch yourself thinking, simply notice it and bring your attention back to your breath. Avoid beating yourself up when your concentration is less than you’d like. Continue returning to your breath.

7. Apply the same idea to your daily life. While driving, keep your mind 100% on driving. While you’re washing the dishes, do the same. When your mind wanders, bring it back to your current activity. You’ll be amazed at the peacefulness it brings to your life.

8. Enjoy the benefits. When you’re talking to others, you’ll be able to clearly see the reality of the situation by being fully present. You’ll gain insights to people and situations that you never knew existed.

You can apply the same practice to the challenges in your life. You’ll see the truth and solutions will present themselves to you.

9. Understand what’s really happening.You’ve always been provided with insight, but your overactive mind, beliefs, opinions, and preconceptions have been getting in the way. Meditation clears away all of this noise and bias. You’re then able to experience true insight.

Allow yourself the advantage of all the insight available to you. Although it’s effective, meditating can take some time to master. You might not feel that you’re gaining any benefits at first. Keep at it. You’ll be well-rewarded for your efforts.

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Methodologies for Living a Conscious Life

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Sporty conscious woman standing with arms crossed on black background

 Would you like to get more out of your life? It’s never past the point where it is possible to settle on another decision or opposite your life’s course. One approach to carry on with a more enhanced life is to be aware of what you’re doing at each moment. Along these lines, you stay associated with your conduct and sentiments.

Here’s an example situation: You’ve chosen to quit eating potato chips and chocolate. You make a vow to yourself to watch what you eat. Be that as it may, after two hours, you all of a sudden acknowledge you’re sitting before the TV, pack of potato chips close by.

Presently envision the same situation, yet this time you behave differently. You spend some time thinking about how to ensure you avoid potato chips and chocolate. You decide to take your junk food over to a friend’s house and leave it there. At dinner, you smile to yourself as you prepare to eat a salad and baked chicken because you plan to thoughtfully focus on eating healthy.

The second scenario demonstrates the concept of living a conscious life. Knowing what you want, choosing how you spend your time, and staying in touch with your feelings are indicators of a conscious life.

There are many techniques you can implement to help you purposely live the way you want to. When you live consciously, you’re no longer a victim of the wind, being blown about this way and that way by the circumstances of your life. You can create the life you desire with conscious living.

Try these ideas to get you started and inspire you on your journey:

  1. Create the life you want one step at a time. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
  • Spend some time exploring what you already love about your life. Also investigate what you’d like to change.
  • Then, think about how you can take deliberate steps to create the life you desire.
  1. Seek balance in your life. For example, if you disagree with someone, take time to consider the other person’s side of the argument.
  • Allow yourself to change your mind.
  1. Live in the present moment. You’ve most likely heard this suggestion before. But what does it really mean to live in the moment? Consider this example:
  • While you’re visiting your mother, think about her and enjoy your conversation and activities together. Avoid making your store list mentally or trying to recall what else you have to do today. Just stay in the present moment with your mother and focus on what the two of you are doing.
  1. Know yourself. Awareness of your likes and dislikes is important to conscious living.
  • Learn what’s important to you. Discover what makes you tick, what drives you, and what you find inspiring.
  • Self-understanding is an integral part of living life consciously because if you know your preferences and motivations, you can then create circumstances that will enable you to accomplish your goals.
  1. Live your own truth. As a teenager, you might have gravitated toward peers who didn’t judge you, which made you feel more comfortable. Perhaps, in actuality, you didn’t have all that much in common with them. As an adult, you can now stay more true to your own beliefs.
  • When you live your truth, you stay faithful to what’s genuinely important to you.
  1. Learn to let go of negativity and situations you can’t control.
  • Conserve your emotional energy for what you actually can change: yourself and your own life. Now that’s conscious living!
  1. Take action. Become interested and involved in the goals you’ve set. Put effort into achieving those objectives and you’ll be well on the road to living consciously.

Altering how you live your life can be an ongoing challenge. Selecting just one of the above ideas and putting it into practice will help you begin your journey toward conscious living. Living life consciously will bring you the healthier, more joyful existence that you deserve.

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Focus on your accomplishments

Martial Arts Activities That Build Your Self-Confidence

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Everything becomes easier when you’re brimming with self-confidence. As soon as self-doubt enters your mind, your ability to act is compromised. Self-confidence might seem to rise and fall in a random fashion, but there are steps you can take to increase the level of confidence you experience on a regular basis.

 

Enhance your self-confidence and accomplish more with these techniques:

 

  1. Achieve a goal. Start small. Your goal might be to arrive to work on time every day this week or to eat a piece of fruit each day. Easy goals are easy to accomplish. When you accomplish something, you feel more confident. Choose easy goals that make a difference. The accomplishment of many, small goals will change your level of confidence.

  2. Make a list of your accomplishments. It’s interesting that our failures are easy to list, but our accomplishments require a little more pondering. Make a list of your accomplishments and review them each day. Remember how great you felt in that moment.

  3. Groom yourself to a higher standard. Get a better haircut. Spend a little more time and attention on your grooming each morning. Learn how to apply your makeup more effectively. Trim your beard in a more attractive manner. Trim those stray ear and nose hairs. You’ll be surprised how much better you look and feel.

  4. Be assertive. Having more control over your life results in greater self-confidence. One of the quickest ways to increase the level of influence you have over your life is to be more assertive. Give yourself small tasks to accomplish that require assertiveness. A few examples you might consider:

 

  • Walk into a fast-food restaurant and ask for a cup of water without ordering anything else. It doesn’t matter whether your request is granted. Just ask.
  • Tell your boss one thing you’d like to change about your job or your work environment.
  • Make one suggestion to your significant other that would enhance your relationship.
  1. Dress nicer. We all feel more confident when we’re dressed well. Up your game and put the “nice clothes” in your closet to work for you. Think of your friend or coworker that dresses the best. Shoot for a similar level of clothing while maintaining your own style. It takes the same amount of time to put on a nicer shirt.

  2. Practice breeds confidence. You’ll be much more confident if you practice your speech ten times instead of five. Whether you practice your flirting skills or your ability give presentations, your confidence will increase with practice.
  3. Drop one thing from your life. The odds are high that you’re currently stuck with an obligation in your life that you don’t enjoy. While there are some things in life you have to do, there are just as many that you don’t. Take control and drop one of these non-essential activities that you prefer not to do anyway.
  4. Find a mentor. The right mentor can make all the difference. Knowing that you have an expert on your side is sure to boost your confidence. A good mentor will provide the support and guidance necessary to reach your goals. Good mentors aren’t easy to find, but well worth the effort to locate.

Some of us are blessed with a high level of self-confidence while others must learn to cultivate it. Focus on your accomplishments, be more assertive, and find a mentor. Spend time each day growing your self-confidence and experience real personal growth.

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A 5 Minute Guide to Healthy Meal Planning

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When you’re rushing through a busy day, your diet may be the last thing on your mind. Maybe you grab a doughnut during a morning meeting, buy lunch from a vending machine, and pick up a bucket of fried chicken for dinner because you’re too tired to cook.

If you think you don’t have time for meal planning, think again! Figuring out what you’re going to eat in advance can actually make it more convenient to eat healthy. Plus, you’ll probably spend less on groceries and dining out.

Put your diet back on track. Take a look at these tips for taking control of meal planning.

Dealing with the Logistics of Meal Planning

1. Schedule by the week. Unless you have a personal chef, it will probably be easier to design your meal plans for several days at a time. That way, you can cook in batches, and make fewer trips to the supermarket. A week at a time is a good starting point.

2. Divide up your servings. If you’re trying to lose weight, calculate how many calories you need per day. Then, you’ll know about how much to eat for each meal and snack.

3. Shop mindfully. Focus on the perimeter of the supermarket where you’re more likely to find fresh whole foods instead of candy and chips. Visit farmer’s markets and ethnic stores to experiment with exotic ingredients that will add variety to your table.

4. Stock your pantry. Are exciting recipes passing you by because you’re out of tahini or pink salt? Make a list of products you want to keep on hand.

5. Clear away junk food. Make room for healthy fare by minimizing products that are high in sugar, salt, and empty calories. If you want to hold on to a few cookies, store them out of sight.

6. Ask for support. Invite your family and friends on board. Shopping and preparing meals is more fun when you have company. Even small children can suggest what side dishes to serve, and help with kitchen tasks like tearing up salad greens.

7. Be flexible. While a meal plan is likely to make your diet more balanced, there will be days when you slip up. Congratulate yourself for making sound choices most of the time.

Meeting Your Nutritional Needs with Meal Planning

1. Load up on produce. Fill at least half your plate with vegetables and fruits. Aim for 5 to 13 servings a day. Most fresh or frozen produce is high in nutrients and low in calories.

2. Choose healthy fats. Most adults need about 30% of their calories from fat. Good choices include olive oil, nuts, seeds, and fatty fish.

3. Create substitutes. Almost any dish can be made lighter. Browse online or pick up a cookbook that will give you helpful ideas. You may find that you like baked tofu with barbecue sauce just as much as fried chicken.

4. Carry snacks. Snacks are part of your meal plan too. Keep a jar of natural peanut butter in the office refrigerator. Pack a cooler with yogurt and whole grain cereal for road trips.

5. Learn to read labels. Labels provide a great deal of useful information when you know how to interpret the numbers. Check how many calories you’re consuming, and the percent daily values for minerals, vitamins, and fiber.

Whether you enjoy gourmet cooking or barely know how to operate your microwave, there’s a meal plan that will suit your lifestyle and health needs. As you’re new eating behaviors become automatic, you’ll find it easier to maintain a healthy weight while enjoying delicious foods.

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Celebrate and value your achievements

Beginning at the beginning of today,

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I am organizing my own self-consideration – listening to my body for what it needs – sustaining my mind – body -and Spirit. Here is the procedure I’ve made for my new end of year custom:

Celebrate and value your achievements: the year can truly fly by and it’s anything but difficult to forget about all that happened. Make the inquiry, “What did I do well?” Making a rundown can demonstrate to you exactly the amount you accomplished. Experiencing considerable difficulties of anything? Do a reversal through your schedule in the event that you require a couple of updates. Require significant investment to truly acknowledge what you achieved.

Recognize your qualities and zones of development: so regularly we concentrate on the courses in which we miss the mark without regard for our inborn blessings and how we may influence them. There is worth in both distinguishing our regular gifts that prompt a condition of stream – time flies by and we are completely living our why – and giving ourselves credit when we extend just past our customary range of familiarity.

Survey the effect of your work on the planet: now before you say, what sort of effect would I be able to have on the world, consider the courses in which you have any kind of effect in your family, inside of your kinship circle, at your occupation, in your group, and so forth. As Mother Teresa said, “not every one of us can do awesome things. However, we can do little things with extraordinary love.

Catch your lessons learned: the minutes that cause us the best torment are frequently loaded with important life lessons. These testing times have a tendency to be open doors for development, on the off chance that we can see them for what they are. Decidedly re-confining these troublesome circumstances can invigorate the advancement of new abilities that will serve you well as you proceed on your life’s excursion.

So this is my arrangement but I’m taking into consideration very much of adaptability, realizing that things don’t generally work out as expected. Be delicate with yourself and honor where you are, wherever that happens to be in the occasion. What I’m planning to pick up from this procedure is a more noteworthy acknowledgment and affirmation of my self-awareness, the disclosure of key bits of knowledge that will serve me in now and later on, and utilizing the intelligence gathered from this procedure to advise my activities in the coming year.

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A Vision is a snap shot of as condition not yet met!

I keep only two mental snapshots of myself: where I am and where I want to be in life.

My determination sets me up for success.

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A Vision is a snap-shot of as condition not yet met! Training at the dojo is the first step to a perfect and balanced life. As you train at the dojo you will begin to notice that these patterns completely and unconsciously become who you are!

So that your technique improves before you realize it, your confidence over comes self-doubt, and your body will become strong before you very eyes! Remember the more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in combat.

The more you ponder the technique the more interesting your life becomes!

 The only two points that matter when getting directions in my Martial Arts training are the starting point and the destination. As long as I know where I am and where I am headed, I can block out any other mental images.

There is no need for me to focus on the past. Dwelling on the past keeps me from moving ahead. I can’t drive forward while looking through the rearview mirror.

Whether my past was filled with victories or defeats, it is the past. My past victories help to strengthen my confidence. Yesterday’s failures taught me valuable life lessons

Yet, my eyes are set on the present because I allow the light of possibility to shine in.

My attention is never set on the path of others. When I understand that I have my own journey to enjoy, I stop comparing myself to others. Comparison slows down progress and breeds envy.

I feel proud of what I have been able to accomplish. Hard work and determination have gotten me to this point, and my life is filled with blessings.

Although I am blessed to be where I am, I do not want to stop here. I want to move forward because my calling is greater than anything I have ever done.

I have a clear vision of where I want to be. My goal is to live the best life that I was created to live. Positive thoughts and a heart full of faith will help me reach my goal.

Daily, I picture myself enjoying great victories. Whatever my heart dreams and my mind envisions, becomes a reality through my determination. In my mind, I am confident that I will succeed because I have an unshakeable faith in my abilities.

When a door closes, I keep pounding until it opens because I am determined to find a way to achieve what I have set out to accomplish. If all doors are closed, I look for a window or I make my own path because I am unstoppable.

Giving up is not an option. I am unaffected by temporary failures. I reject fear, doubt, and unbelief. I shut out all the voices that speak these things to me and remind myself that life is only as difficult as I choose to see it. When I am tired, I drink from the cup of perseverance to quench my thirst.

Success is within my reach because I have the necessary skills to achieve it. I am willing to face all the odds against me and I am determined to defeat them. The strength to overcome obstacles is within me.

By seeking relationships with people who encourage me and push me forward, I position myself on the path to triumph. Excuses are absent from my vocabulary because they simply cloud my vision.

Today, I choose to focus my vision to see only victory. I turn off all distractions in order to concentrate on the things that are important to me.

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You truly can live your way into a new way of thinking.

12 books for December

Niji No Hashi Dojo Recommend Books

When you strengthen your confidence, you’ll be a happier person. in yourself equips you to accomplish 
everything you’ve always dreamed about.

Make the extra effort to look at yourself in the mirror and truly believe that you can accomplish anything.

Seek help from others when you’re struggling. Draw from the expertise of others when you lack the knowledge you need. The ability to admit you need help is a sign of strength

1 : MOTHER TERESA BY KATHRYN SPINK

2 : GREAT BY CHOICE BY JIM COLLINS & MORTEN T. HANSEN

3 : THE WINNER EFFECT BY IAN H. ROBERTSON

4 : THE SNOWBALL: WARREN BUFFETT AND THE BUSINESS OF LIFE BY ALICE SCHROEDER

5 : THE STORY OF PHILOSOPHY BY WILL DURAN

6 : FIVE EASY DECADES: HOW JACK NICHOLSON BECAME THE BIGGEST MOVIE STAR IN MODERN TIMES BY DENNIS MCDOUGAL

7 : FREAKONOMICS: A ROGUE ECONOMIST EXPLORES THE HIDDEN SIDE OF EVERYTHING BY STEVEN D. LEVITT AND STEPHEN J. DUBNER

8 : FOOLED BY RANDOMNESS: THE HIDDEN ROLE OF CHANGE IN LIFE AND IN THE MARKETS BY NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

9 : FOOLED BY RANDOMNESS: THE HIDDEN ROLE OF CHANGE IN LIFE AND IN THE MARKETS BY NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

10 : ANTIFRAGILE: THINGS THAT GAIN FROM DISORDER BY NASSIM NICHOLAS TALEB

11 : THE LAST SEASON: A TEAM IN SEARCH OF ITS SOUL BY PHIL JACKSON

12 : A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME BY STEPHEN HAWKING

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