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Here are my favorite books, which Time Tigress is based on. Together they cost more than 420 Euro (prices from May 2016). 31 books, 8809 pages. If you read 200 pages a night, you finish all 31 books in about 44 days.

Agassi, André. Open (2011): An Autobiography. Vintage Publisher. 400 pages.

 

Agodom, Sabine (2012).  So coache ich: 25 überraschende Impulse, mit denen Sie erfolgreicher werden. Kösel-Verlag. 224 pages.

 

Allen, David (2002). Getting Things Done – the Art of Stress-Free Productivity. Penguin Books. 352 pages.

 

Bach, David (1999). Smart women finish rich. Broadway Books. 328 pages.

 

Baumeister, Roy F., Tierney, John(2012). Willpower – rediscovering our greatest strength. Penguin Group. 291 pages.

 

Chapman, Gary (1995). The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate. Northfield Publishing. 202 pages.

 

Cialdini, Robert B (1984). Influence – The Psychology of Persuasion. Harper Collins. 320 pages.

 

Cilley, Marla. Sink Reflections. Bantam Books. 256 pages.

 

Cohen, Ahan H. (2002) Why your life sucks – and what you can do about it. Bantam Books. 197 pages.

 

Collins, Jim and Hansen, Morton T. (2011).  Great by Choice – Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck – Why Some Thrive Despite Them All. Harper Collins. 304 pages.

 

Condo, Marie (2014). The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying. Ebury Publishing. 248 pages.

 

Covey, Stephen (1988). 7 habits of higly effective people: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change. Simon and Schuster. 432 pages.

 

Coyle, Daniel (2012). The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills. Bantam Books. 160 pages.

 

Coyle, Daniel(2009). The Talent Code. Greatness isn´t Born. It´s Grown. Bantam. 246 pages

 

Csikzentmihaly, Mihaly (1990). Flow – the Psychology of Optimal Experience. Harper Perennial. 303 pages.

 

Deci, Edward L, Flaste, Richard (1996). Why We Do What We Do: Understanding Self-Motivation. Penguin Books. 240 pages.

 

Dweck, Carol. Mindset – the new psychology of success (2008). Ballantine Books. 277 pages.

 

Newlin, Paddi P., Hartley, Ken, Oliver, Jessica (2013). Hidden Treasures. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 226 pages.

 

Gawande, Atul (2011). The Checklist Manifesto. Profile Books. 209 pages.

 

Hardy, Darren (2010). The compound effect – Multiplying Your Success, One Simple Step At a Time. Da Capo Press. 172 pages.

 

Hill, Napoleon (1937). Think And Grow Rich. Penguin Book. 302 pages.

 

Holiday, Ryan (2014). The Obstacle is the Way. Penguin Group. 201 pages.

 

Keller, Gary, Papasan, Jay (2013). The ONE thing – The Suprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results. Rellek Publishing Partners. 239 pages.

 

McKeown, Greg (2014). Essentialism – The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. Virgin Books. 260 pages.

 

Mohr, Tara. Playing Big – Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message. Penguin Group. 269 pages.

 

Morgenstern, Julie (2000). Time Management From the Inside Out. Henry Holt and Company. 285 pages.

 

Newport, Cal (2012). So good, they can’t ignore you. Grand Central Publishing. 304 pages.

 

Robbins, Anthony (2014). Money – Master the Game. Simon and Schuster. 656 pages.

 

Rubin, Gretchen (2015). Better than Before. Two Roads. 298 pages.

 

Sutherland, Jeff (2014). SCRUM – the Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time. 256 pages.

 

Tracy, Brian (1993). Maximum Achievement – Strategies and Tools That Will Unlock Your Hidden Powers to Succeed. Simon and Schuster Paperbacks. 352 pages.

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