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One Up On Wall Street Quote

One Up On Wall Street Summary

Peter Lynch was an American investor, mutual fund manager, philanthropist, and writer of numerous books including One Up On Wall Street, which had sold more than one million copies. He was also known as a “legend” especially for his strategies and performances.

Broke Millennial Summary

Erin is the author of three personal finance books and writes about money for Fast Company and Cosmopolitan and also a frequent visitor on Fox and Friends, CBS Sunday Morning, and CNBC. 

The Psychology of Money Quote

The Psychology of Money Summary

Morgan Housel has won several awards for his writing including the New York Times Sidney award, Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism, and Society of American Business Editors and Writers award.

Quote From The Happiness Hypothesis Book by Jonathan Haidt

The Happiness Hypothesis Summary

A Social Psychology professor Jonathan Haidt, who is famous for his study on emotions of disgust and morality, is an author of the New York Times best-selling book The Righteous Mind.

Quote From Power Relationships

Power Relationships Summary

Simple-Short-Summary: There are a handful of laws that decide whether your connections with your colleagues, clients, and colleagues will flourish or vanish, and how aligning with these laws help you to grow your network, however, ignoring them will squander your hard… Read More »Power Relationships Summary

Quote From Just Listen by Mark Goulston

Just Listen Summary

A coach, psychiatrist, and business consultant Mark Goulston  merges his knowledge with modern scientific studies to guide the readers on how to make connections with people that’re almost impossible to connect with.

Quote From We Need To Talk by Celeste Headlee

We Need To Talk Summary

Celeste Headlee who won the silver nautilus award in relationships & communication is an author of We Need To Talk which is based on her TED talk that has been viewed over 10 million.

Quote From Five Stars by Carmine Gallo

Five Stars Summary

Author of the best-selling book Talk Like TED, Carmine Gallo in his another book Five Stars elucidates the strategies to learn the persuasion technique of Aristotle to inspire your audience.

Quote from The fine art of small talk by Debra Fine

The Fine Art Of Small Talk Summary

Debra Fine discloses strategies and techniques in her best-selling book, The Fine Art of Small Talk to prevent shaking knees, awkward silence, and sweaty palms in any conversations so that you can learn how to start a conversation with strangers, build rapport, and even exit from it in a graceful way.

never eat alone quote

Never Eat Alone Summary

The author of New York Times best-selling books, Keith Ferrazzi teaches you about the power of relationship and how to make connection in the digital world.

Difficult Conversations Quote

Difficult Conversations Summary

The New York Times best-selling book, Difficult Conversations, which is grounded on fifteen years of research at Harvard Negotiation project, come up with a 10th-anniversary edition with 10 most frequent questions people ask.

Favorite Quote from Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman

Emotional Intelligence Summary

Daniel Goleman’s the author of the best-selling book Emotional Intelligence, which sold over 5 million copies, brings new theory to explain why emotional intelligence is more important than Intelligence Quotient( IQ).

Favorite Quote From The Book Influence by Robert Cialdini

Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion summary

Dr. Robert B. Cialdini1, the author of the New York Times and International best-selling book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion2, which sells over five million copies3, brings new concepts to convince other people to say ‘yes’ and become a skillful persuader.

Favorite Quote from Smarter Faster Better Summary

Smarter Faster Better Summary

The author of New York Times best-selling book Smarter Faster Better, Charles Duhigg come up with eight concepts for focus and decision-making to explain how some companies and people got so much done.