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What are the most influential character-developing books you've read?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leather Chair Mar 20, 2014. 32 Replies

I find that most self-help books are a lot more gender-neutral and based on market-orientated skills, such as: how to be confident, charismatic, and eliminate stress. I've had some trouble finding…Continue

 

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- The Alpha Rules by Carlos Xuma
- Brain Train: Studying for success by Richard Palmer
- Talent is Overrated by Geoff Colvin

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