Never Too Late To Be Great is about the power of thinking long. Drawing on wide research into 'lead time' and the 'ten-year rule', bestselling personal development author Tom Butler-Bowdon shows that, contrary to popular belief, people, companies, products and ideas invariably need time to realise their potential. At the age you are now, many famous and remarkable people were only just getting into their stride - and it's likely that you have more time than you think to achieve your goals. It's never too late to begin the journey of being or doing something remarkable. This book will show you how.
From Abraham Lincoln to Nelson Mandela, and from Aristotle to George Orwell, 50 POLITICS CLASSICS distills the essence of the books, pamphlets, and speeches of the major leaders and great thinkers that drive real-world change. Spanning 2,500 years, left and right, thinkers and doers, Tom Butler-Bowdon s new book covers activists, war strategists, visionary leaders, economists, philosophers of freedom, feminists, conservatives and environmentalists, right up to contemporary classics such as The Spirit Level and No Logo. Whether you consider yourself to be conservative, liberal, socialist, or Marxist, this book gives you greater understanding of the key ideas that matter in our politically charged times.
50 Spiritual Classics captures the diversity of life journeys that span centuries, continents, spiritual traditions and secular beliefs: from the historical The Book of Chuang Tzu to modern insight from the Kabbalah, from St. Augustine's Confessions to Rick Warren's phenomenon The Purpose-Driven Life. The first and only bite-sized guide to the very best in spiritual writing.
What is the literature of possibility? For over 2,000 years, philosophers have been interested in what makes for “the good life” in terms of the ability to provide for oneself and one’s family, enjoy the pleasures of culture and nature, participate in political life, and make some contribution to society. The literature of possibility is certainly about achieving the good life, but it goes a step beyond this to ask about the full range of possibilities carried within a person. Many people achieve a good “lifestyle” but still wonder: Is there something more I could do?