The word “Propaganda” derives from the work of the Congregation for Propagation of the Faith. The Congregation for Propagation of the Faith was a Roman Catholic Organization, founded in 1622. Its activity was aimed at “propagating” the Catholic faith in non-Catholic countries. In the mid 19t century, “propaganda” started to …
„The Crowd“, a study of the popular mind by Gustave Le Bon is s short but concise description of the characteristics and the behaviour of a crowd. Le Bon dares to venture far away from any school of thought of his time, wishing to arrive at conclusions free from their …
„Read people like a book“ by Patrick King is a hard pill to swallow since it forces us to face ourselves and that’s never an easy thing to do.
„Give and take: a revolutionary approach to success“ by Adam Grant advances the concept of giving in a world apparently ruled by takers.
„Man’s Search for Meaning“ by Viktor Frankl opens our eyes to the potential that lies in man to develop even in the most precarious conditions.
“The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey goes right to the root cause where change needs to happen if we were to live a fulfilled life. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit”. (Aristotle)
“How to talk to anyone” by Leil Lowndes contains 92 little tricks for big success in relationships.
„Where have all the leaders gone?“ by Lee Iacocca redefines old concepts through a bold perspective, one that asks all the tough questions that should be on everyone’s mind. Whether he talks about politics or running a company or leading an exemplary life, Leo does it in a simple language …
„The Effective Executive“ by Peter Drucker talks to managers and performers alike, shedding light on the true meaning of effectiveness.
„Talk less say more“ by Connie Dieken is a comprised guide on how to manage ourselves in order to get better results.
„Blink – The power of thinking without thinking” by Malcolm Gladwell is an intriguing demonstration of how instinctive decisions as just as valid as their counterpart.
“Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell tears down the concept of innate genius, demonstrating how culture, circumstance, timing, birth, and luck account for the success of those we believe to be geniuses.
„Talking to strangers“ by Malcolm Gladwell shows us why interacting with strangers can go terribly wrong.
„A curious mind. The Secret of a Bigger Life“ by Brian Grazer gives us an insight into what curiosity can bring into our lives.
„The obstacle is the way“ by Ryan Holiday tries to give us a way out when we think there isn’t one. This is the moment you were afraid of. You thought it might come to this but it’s worse than you’ve imagined it. There it is. The obstacle you believe …