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1. The Twenty-First Century Workplace.
2. The Dynamics of Self-Esteem.
3. The High Self-Esteem Leader.
4. High Self-Esteem Management.
5.Rising to Challenges.
A Program for Personal Development.
Posted June 6, 2011
Nathaniel Branden's books are, in a way a practical application of Ayn Rands philosophy. which is objective.(in a way). Otherwise, if you understand and agree with the philosophy of Ayn Rand, then I would recommend any of Nathaniel's books. They all have a sound foundation, and there is actually something simple but practical you can do to improve that is "effective". This is the best self-improvement author I've ever read. and this is like the 2nd review I've ever written. Just wanting to say that I respect this author. I gave it 3 stars because its a solid book, but its just the beginning of something great. 3 stars in the sense that this "author" in general is very considerable, but 3 stars because one book won't change all your career problems..if I had no idea where to start, this author is the best place to start! 3 stars, because i never review stuff and i have high standards. ps, i would give the author 5 stars.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.