4 eBook and audio titles to help you strive at work and in your personal life
This January, we are introducing a selection of motivational and educational titles to help you be more inspired, productive and resilient at work. You will discover how humour can positively influence every aspect of business life and how Fun, Fear and Focus are needed for your brain to perform at its optimal level. Find out how to transform how you think, innovate and navigate change to lead a more creative and positive life.
Happy Habits by Karen Brown
Positive Energy Creates Positive Change.
Karen Brown has suffered so many losses in the last few years that it feels like she has been constantly grieving, however, in that time she developed some key practices that helped her during that time.
From learning to let go of stuff to rediscovering what fun is and everything in between, this book will walk you through her 12 happy habits. Click here to access the book.
70 Ways to Strive at Work by Ralph McKechnie Brown
This book will help you be more motivated, productive and resilient.
Discover what the most successful people do. Learn about choices they make, how they build relationships, manage stress and build their resilience. Learn about ways they lead and achieve their goals, how they communicate in writing and change to more productive habits. Some of the ideas will surprise you.
This book comes in bite-sized chunks. Choose what’s more useful for you today. You’ll want to return to it again and again. Click here to access the eBook.
How to Achieve Peak Performance: Fun, Fear & Focus by Friederike Fabritius
In this audio title, neuroscientist Friederike Fabritius discusses how Fun, Fear and Focus are needed for your brain to perform at its optimal level. These tips can help you to become 5 times more productive at work. Her passion is to help people to not only work better, but also lead better and happier lives, using neuroscience. Click here to access the audio.
In Focus: How Humour Enhances Business Life by Paul Boross
Paul Boross – aka The Pitch Doctor – has refined the art of making corporate audiences laugh while they learn, communicating the most vital messages at an emotional level that stays with people, long after the event comes to a close. Drawing on a career that has taken him from primetime TV, music and stand-up comedy to business, consultancy and motivational psychology, he trains celebrities and executives in the art and craft of communication. Click here to access the audio.