Psychology of Winning: 10 Mindsets of a Winner (Book Review)

This week’s book review features Denis Waitley’s motivational book. – The Psychology of Winning Waitley is a man who understands the concept of “winning” and what it takes to push high performance to the next level. He has coached Super Bowl and Olympics athletes, medical researchers, top executives and even returning POWs to help them … Read more

Essentialism Book Review: Understanding How Less Can Be More [DGH Self Help Book Reviews]

This week’s book review features Greg McKeown’s book : Essentialism: the Disciplined Pursuit of Less. Do you feel pressure to accomplish all your goals? Feel spread thin, with too much on your to-do list? Do you feel that you are not being as productive as you should be? Have trouble completing all the tasks you … Read more

Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard [DGH Self Help Book Reviews]

One of the major topics here on DevelopGoodhabits is change. We focus on how to change your habits, potential habits to change, and pitfalls to avoid when making changes. Chip and Dan Heath’s book, Switch is all about change. For this week’s book review Switch seemed like the perfect fit. The subtitle of this book … Read more

The Power of Habit Review for 2020

How do habits actually work? Why do people keep doing self-destructive things? Can habit development cause a positive change in an organization? How do you form a good habit? All of these questions are answered in Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habits: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business. In this Power … Read more

Personal MBA Book Review (Is this book really as valuable as an MBA?)

The Personal MBA by Josh Kaufman is a must read book for any prospective entrepreneur or anyone who wants to start a small business. It’s also a wonderful primer for anyone who needs to learn the essential aspects of business management. Now, while it’s a great book for businessmen and entrepreneurs, it does a few … Read more

How We Learn – By Benedict Carey [Book Review]

Whether you are 14, 44 or 84, lifelong learning is essential to “keep up with the Joneses” in our modern world. This fact makes Benedicts Carey’s book, “How We Learn” a book that everyone should read. In How to We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens Carey teaches us HOW … Read more

Upside of Stress Review [Saturday Self Improvement Book Series]

One of the major reasons people read books about stress is to learn how to decrease the stress in their lives. According to a new book by famed Stanford Psychologist Kelly McGonigal this idea of stress mitigation is a VERY bad idea. This Upside of Stress review is the first in a new series of … Read more