If I were to choose authors whose work relates to each of the book in the series, I would name Ayn Rand and Aristotle for the first book. Not only did each provide groundwork for philosophy, but also Ayn Rand explained the real concept of the hero and leader. Concerning the second book, which is science and theory of the mind, [...]
Some of the best-known books on leadership include: Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill) The Greatest Salesman in the World (Og Mandino) Awaken the Giant Within (Anthony Robbins) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen R. Covey) The 48 Laws of Power (Robert Greene) While each of these books and others like [...]
Q: I am curious what was your objective in writing this book series? A: As with many big projects, there were many reasons. - First, I am always writing since I can think. I wrote my first "book" when I was 5. It was time to summarize all what I have written down over the [...]
It goes back to psychoanalysis a hundred years ago. Carl Jung, one of the major figures in that field, found out that we basically have four cognitive functions on which we operate and that we process information in a certain sequence. There is Feeling, which refers to “global thinking,” meaning you include all your life experiences and [...]
That I can positively affect and effect change and people. And the realization that I have choices and that those choices have consequences. Being aware of having a choice is very empowering.
I’m currently working at a medical company as a software architect, connecting patients with their doctors through smart phones and the Internet. It is my day job to finance my writing. I lead a small team there, so I’m used to handling projects. The actual application in mind gives the work meaning.