Colin Powell - A Soldiers Way

A remarkable story about a remarkable man who climbed his way through the military ranks to the highest echelons of Political power. The story of the U.S. secretary of State meanders through basic training in the military to active duty in the Vietnam war, and eventually to the corridors of power in Washington D.C.
Down to earth and easy to read, this book is able to give us an insight into personal family life as well as great examples of leadership and discipline in various military and every day environments. This man is a hero who was not allowed to decline his promotions up the career ladder. A rare book and an excellent read.


Highway to Health

Here is a book by a Doctor who tells it like it is.
Unlike most medical practitioners, Dr. Ross Walker is primarily concerned with disease prevention as opposed to disease cure once it has been contracted.
The best way to address this problem is to be more aware of what it is we are eating.
This book helps us to understand : what we are reading on ingredient lists printed on food packaging; what are trans-fatty acids; what are we putting into our bodies.
One frightening fact is that there is a commonly eaten product which contains no natural ingredients at all.

These kind of products leave our body at a loss as to how to process them


How to win friends and influence people

Read by 15 million people and printed in 36 different languages - says it all.
It is said that this is the second biggest selling book ever after the bible!
It is an absolute must have for those wanting to understand and improve their relationships.
Although it was written in 1936 it has been moderately revised to make certain analogies and examples more relevant, but all the original wisdom is still fully in tact.




His flamboyance as the chairman who saved Chrysler corporation from bankrupcy made him one of the business world's leading celebrities...
His knack for plain talk enhances this outstanding personal history and series of Management tips.


Michael Schumacher
Driven to Extremes

With a philosophy of "Maximise everything", no wonder this man became the winner that he is!
A well written and exciting story of the methods used by one of the greatest Formula One racing drivers of our time.
This book was a riveting read and was a real eye opener into understanding why this modern day hero is considered arrogant.

It details his mistakes as well as his successes.