Daily disciplines are greatly helped by good inputs. Here are some of Math Confidence's favorites!
The Math Confidence Philosophy was shaped by many books, CDs and documents including:
Jim Rohn CD Challenge to Succeed
Darren Hardy's The Compound Effect and its free web resources
First Things First by Stephen Covey
John Maxwell Daily Reader
Tony Robbins Awaken the Giant Within and Get the Edge CDs
Syracuse University Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering List of Outcomes and Objectives
Mindset by Carol Dweck
Official SAT Study Guide by the College Board
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