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The Art of Thinking Clearly PDF

The Art of Thinking Clearly PDF

by Rolf Dobelli
384 Pages · 2014 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
How the World Sees You
by Sally Hogshead
448 Pages · 2014 · 10 MB · 4,264 Downloads · New!
How the World Sees You are the investing skills, business management, self-help personality study and psychology book which tells the secrets for success. Sally Hogshead is the author of this superb book. She became famous in the advertising profession during her early 20s. Sally was incredible in writing attractive ads that win the confidence of millions of customers. She won hundreds of awards for branding, copywriting and creativity. There is no other professional like her who become successful at an early age. She makes her impact on the industry right from the first day. Sally frequently appears in the New York Times and NBC Today. She is also chosen as Hall of Fame over her flawless services in the market.
Atomic Attraction
by Christopher Canwell
312 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 3,090 Downloads · New!
Atomic Attraction is the psychology of sexuality, men-help and medical psychology book which tells the secrets to make any woman fall in love with you. Christopher Canwell is the author of this magnificent book. Research proves that 20 percent of men get 80 percent of women. If you wanted to be on the list of 20 percent then you have to fulfill the 80 percent of the desires that women see in men. This book brings you an opportunity to become a guy who can actually attract and bang women whenever he wants. It is based on 120 scientific studies based on authentic reports to attract any women. Attraction does not grow in a safe and warm environment but it grows in a swap of anxiety and discomfort environment.
Nonviolent Communication
by Marshall B. Rosenberg, Deepak Chopra
264 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 1,637 Downloads · New!
Nonviolent Communication is interpersonal relations, personal transformation, counseling and psychology book which shares the benefits of nonviolent communication. Marshall B. Rosenberg and Deepak Chopra are the authors of this magnificent book. Violent means that acting in ways that brings nothing but harm to your personality. Violent communication means that you are bullying, judging, pointing fingers, blaming, criticizing, discriminating, finger-pointing, blaming, speaking without listening, discrimination, racism, reacting when angry, name-calling, criticizing and saying wrong words to others. This kind of communication brings nothing good into your life. Nonviolent Communication is totally opposite to violent communication.
The Hero
by Lee Child
96 Pages · 2019 · 3  MB · 3,825 Downloads · New!
The Hero is the psychology, evolutionary psychology, history and mythology book which discusses in detail the past heroes. Lee Child is the author of this impressive book. What is history and how stories came to us? How the stories help us to shape our society? There are dozens of heroes in the world who single handedly govern the whole world. The emperors of the world are always looking for fame and wealth. They are brutal and horrific in their approaches but some of them are good. The history which we view today is sometimes manipulated.
The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War
by Monica Kim
452 Pages · 2019 · 8 MB · 1,718 Downloads · New!
The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War is the politics, psychology, history and Korean War book which explains the history of the Korean Wars. Monica Kim is the author of this magnificent book. Korean were supporting Hitler and Japan in WWII. They are fighting side by side with their allies and killing people who come in their way. WWII ended after a massive disaster and it left humanity in a big crisis. There are two big states within Korean, South Korean and North Korean. North Korea believes in the supremacy of their state and they give advantage to the people in government posts.
Wildhood
by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz
368 Pages · 2019 · 6 MB · 3,884 Downloads · New!
Wildhood is the mammal, adolescent, zoology and psychology book which shares the interesting challenges that human and animal face while growing up. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz is the author of this magnificent book. She is the evolutionary biologist and also the award-winning author. This book offers you a new and insightful way to think about the life from childhood to adulthood of humans to the animal kingdom. Barbara relates the connection between human and animals. There is four common challenge that every human and animal face in their lives. How to feed oneself, how to be safe, how to court potential mates and how to navigate the hierarchy. Self-reliance, sex, safety, and status are the things that humans strive for and animals too.