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Before You Quit Your Job:

You're fed up of working to make others rich. You want to start your own business. The only problem: You're too chicken! Well, you are right in being cautious. You need to make sure that you are absolutely ready. So before you take the plunge, read this book by best-selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Being an entrepreneur from age nine, he shares his successes, failures and life lessons to help you become a successful businesswoman.

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People:

Do you constantly draw up to-do lists only to tear them up by the end of the day having achieved zilch? This book might help you get out of that. The best-seller offers timeless principles that you can apply both, at work and in your everyday life to help you get goal-oriented and proactive. Once you're done, you might also want to check out Covey's sequel, The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness.

Put Your Dream to the Test:

If you're feeling stifled in a dead-end job, may be it's time to stop complaining and recapture all those lost dreams. Author and motivational speaker John Maxwell will help you do just that with his latest launch. Put Your Dream to the Test poses 10 important questions that will help you see, own, and reach your dream. So stop building castles in the sky and make your dream of being a CEO (or a billionaire!) a reality.

Easy Peasey: People Skills for Life:

It's no joke daily with annoying colleagues, back-stabbers and brownnoses day in and day out! But it's important to communicate with them and win them over. Australian authors Allan and Barbara Pease, who've authored Why Men Don't Listen & Women Can't Read Maps, provide simple but effective ideas to get people to listen to you, act on your suggestions and enjoy doing so. What's more, you'll learn to get along with anyone and everyone.

The Leader Who Had No Title:

If you've been waiting a long time for that elusive promotion, this is the book to read. The story revolves around a dissatisfied worker who learns some life principles over the course of a single day from a maid, a former CEO, a shoe shine boy and a surfer! Through the book, author Robin Sharma explains how leadership originates from within and not from a position. Try his easy-to-practice tips to influence people and seize opportunities
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Hi
M. Peer M. Sardhar gives very reliable inputs and so the the books suggested by him should be very useful.
However till you lay your hands on these books you can supplement your daily reading and self motivation by also going through the following Inspirational and Motivational Blogs
www.actspot.wordpress.com - Daily Blog
www.poweract.blogspot.com - Weekly Blog
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