The Tools by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels

This book gives five psychological "tools" that can be used to overcome the various problems we face in our lives.

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Mastering Technical Sales by John Care and Aron Bohlig

A handbook for technical and engineering sales people. It was overkill for me, so I only read the chapters that I needed.

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Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

I love psychology books like this one where the author has personally performed experiments himself and reports on the results.

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EP003 Do the Hardest Thing First

Do the most ambiguous, most complex, longest timeline, or riskiest task first to get early feedback, early momentum, and to inform later processes.

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The Philosophy of Kant – Immanuel Kant’s Moral and Political Writings

I enjoyed attempting to read this book. It was my first exposure to words like apodictic and synthetic, and it was a real challenge to stay awake sometimes, much less try to comprehend everything. I merely "floated" through a lot of the content, not understanding it at all, but trying nonetheless.

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The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

I was inspired to read this after I listened to the Brother's Karamazov on audio book. Although it was somewhat good, I was quite confused throughout and didn't like it so much.

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How I Raised Myself From Failure To Success In Selling by Frank Bettger

An old but good resource for selling. Given to me by my friend Brian Ramsey while I was struggling to find work for my Engineering company.

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Distribute tasks to team members based on skill level for the greatest efficiency.

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Man’s Search For Meaning by Dr. Viktor Frankl

A triumph of a life-guide written by a holocaust survivor. I was deeply moved and encouraged by this book, and read it in a single sitting!

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EP001 Maximize Value-Added Work

To achieve the highest efficiency possible, identify the work that adds value and maximize it.

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