Our 2018 Spring Reading List: to inspire the entrepreneur in you

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The Eila Chérie 2018 Spring Reading List
You would be amazed by what can start with a good book. That’s why we’re so excited to share our official spring reading list with you. The Eila Chérie spring reading list is designed to give you the edge and deliver insights that change your world. We know that these remarkable books will help to ignite your passions and inspire the entrepreneur in you. 

"Start With Why" by Simon Sinek 
Simon Sinek’s “Start With Why” is the quintessential book for anyone hoping to be a part of the next generation of great leaders in the worlds of business, technology, culture and medicine. This isn’t just a book full of great ideas. Everything Simon Sinek shares has been learned through careful study and observation. This book answers why some people and organizations are more innovative, influential and profitable than others. It also shares insights into why some brands and organizations command greater respect. This is important information to know whether you’re building a business empire or assembling your tribe to create a movement. “Start With Why” offers real-life examples of how and why people and organizations have been successful at creating change and momentum.

"Conversational Intelligence" by Judith E. Glaser 
Glaser lays out what leaders need to achieve conversational intelligence in this science-backed book. This book demonstrates how to frame conversations to trigger the primitive aspects of the brain and what to say to activate the areas of the brain that control feelings of integrity, trust and empathy. You'll discover tools for communicating effectively and building a foundation for success in your business relationships. Every word you say can be more powerful once you understand the science of words. 

"The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg 
Habits can either free us or enslave us. "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg is a book for anyone who has ever realized that their biggest obstacles to success might be their own habits and tendencies. This fluff-free read takes us on a journey full of science-backed discoveries that show us why our habits were formed and how they can be altered. The tips in this book can help us to make big changes that can upgrade our personal lives, professional ambitions and communities.

"Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World's Top Minds" by Carmine Gallo
Do you see yourself up on stage giving a TED talk in the future? This book investigates the most popular TED talks and shows the secrets to making amazing presentations that gain popularity, make an impact and go viral. These are great tips to help you improve your speaking ability and get your message across even if you're a long way from the TED stage. This is a perfect read to bring along on your next flight because it's quick and insightful.

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