Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a review on Body Language, What you need to know, by David Cohen. Knowing body language can help you recognize certain kinds of behavior in yourself and others, allowing you to react to situations before they happen. This book is great if you want to become better at communication.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a book review and summary on 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, Change Your Life Forever, by Steve Chandler. Are you struggling with motivation? This is the perfect book for you, as it offers 100 different ways to find that fire inside you that might be currently lacking.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a book review on summary on the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You, by John C. Maxwell. In this book, Maxwell talks about enterprise executives, and what they need to do in order to get to and stay in their position as a respected leader.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a book review and summary on the Animal Farm, by George Orwell. This timeless classic tells a story about an animal farm, where the animals start a rebellion against their human overlords, and take over the farm as its new rulers. Soon after the animals start showing signs similar to their oppressors.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a review and book summary on How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships, by Leil Lowndes. If you want to succeed in your relationships, small gestures make a big difference. It’s not difficult to see why this book is so well reviewed. It’s packed full of valuable tips.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a book review and summary on Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy, by David D. Burns. If you are feeling down and are looking for ways to improve your mood, this book might offer you some tips on how to achieve happiness both short and long term.
Joseph Iskarius at Iskarius.com wrote a book review and summary on the book The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do In Life And Business, by Charles Duhigg. Have you ever wondered why we do what we do? You should, because once you know about how habits are formed, you can work towards getting rid of bad habits, and developing good ones.