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egonomics: What Makes Ego Our Greatest Asset
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egonomics by David Marcum
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البوصلة القرآنية by أحمد خيري العمري
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إذا أردت كتاب يغير مجرى حياتك ويمحو الفهم المكرس والمدرس للإسلام والذي يبعد كل البعد عن الإسلام -في معظم الأحيان- فعليك بقراءة هذا الكتاب. كتاب سيكون له الأثر في تغيير طريقة قراءة القرآن والتركيز علي التساؤل والإيجابية والحس المقاصدي بدل من التركيز ع...more
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What Got You Here Won't Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith
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The book is good. I liked the 20 habits and the recommendations. What I didn't like is the repeated "I's" the author kept saying. It's obvious that you are good and you don't need to keep saying the obvious.
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Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry
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Will They Ever Trust Us Again? by Michael Moore
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It was a collection of letters from individuals that was sent as part of the American troops to Iraq…a look from a different angle!
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Think! by Michael R. LeGault
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The book was OK. Even thought the author said it was not written to be read only by American, I guess it was. It gimcracks about Americans, and how they are the best of everything. He has the right to write about and say anything he wants about his n...more
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What Were They Thinking? by Jeffrey Pfeffer
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I didn’t like this book….I loved it. It provides a lot of examples of the traps, mistakes and worst practices of management and suggested corrective actions. What I liked the most about this book is the way it was written. Each chapter is a quick-rea...more
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