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Reading that inspires our work

We've been lifelong readers to help support our personal growth. While the ability to clearly articulate human intellect is new, we have found books that speak into important aspects of this work.  Here are the books that we have been so impressed with that we catalogued them into the resource library. 

Think and Grow Rich

by Napoleon Hill (1937)

This is one of the most read personal growth books of all time. We are impressed with how Hill connected the dots with his research and pointed us towards emotional intelligence generations before neuroscience would confirm what he wrote about.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective People

by Stephen Covey (1989)

This is one of the most famous personal growth books published during our lifetime. Covey urges us to move beyond an "independent" mindset, where we do everything ourselves and succeed as individual contributors based on our expertise. He points to "interdependence" as a more mature and fulfilling mindset, and gives us habits to make this shift.

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Emotional Intelligence

by Daniel Goleman (1995)

Goleman was so fascinated by this "new" concept in 1990 that he walked away from his newspaper job and wrote a book.  Not only did that book become a best seller, but it changed the way the world saw the human brain.  He captured how we have a logical mind (neocortex) and an emotional mind (limbic system), and how these work together for our benefit.

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Love Sense

by Sue Johnson (2013)

This book showed us how important emotional safety is in relationships.  Johnson is a therapist who has applied neuroscience breakthroughs to help her customers develop safe attachment bonds (as first conceptualized by John Bowlby in the 1950's).

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