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  • The Power of Starting Something Stupid

    The Power of Starting Something Stupid

    The Power of Starting Something Stupid

    Richie Norton
    3.97 (726)

    What if the smartest people in the world understand something that the rest of us don’t? (they do.) what if they know that in order to achieve success, they will sometimes have to do things that others may initially perceive as stupid? the fact of the matter is that the smartest people in the world don’t run from stupid, they lean into it (in a smart way).in the power of starting something stupid, richie norton redefines stupid as we know it, demonstrating that life-changing ideas are often tragically mislabeled “stupid.”

    Brené Brown

    This could change the way we live

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  • The Alchemist

    The Alchemist

    The Alchemist

    Paulo Coelho
    Alchemists
    3.89 (2,466,589)

    Paulo coelho's enchanting novel has inspired a devoted following around the world. this story, dazzling in its powerful simplicity and soul-stirring wisdom, is about an andalusian shepherd boy named santiago, who travels from his homeland in spain to the egyptian desert in search of a treasure buried near the pyramids. along the way he meets a romany woman, a man who calls himself a king, and an alchemist, all of whom point santiago in the right direction for his quest. no one knows what the treasure is, or whether santiago

    Brené Brown

    Love it!

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  • The Book of Qualities

    The Book of Qualities

    The Book of Qualities

    J. Ruth Gendler
    4.46 (927)

    From beauty to compassion, from pleasure to terror, from resignation to joy -- here is an insightful exploration of the rich diversity of human qualities. j. ruth gendler's evocative book has as its cast of familiar characters our own emotions, brought to life with a poet's wisdom and an artist's perceptive eye. in the book of qualities' magical community, excitement wears orange socks, faith lives in the same apartment building as doubt, and worry makes lists of everything that could go wrong while she is waiting for the train. in

    Brené Brown

    I'm so glad I found this book.

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