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In a year of bad politics, natural disasters, and an ongoing pandemic, it may seem silly to keep a positive outlook. While the world may not be entirely rosy right now, that doesn’t mean you need to put yourself in your shoes. Even in the most difficult times, it is possible to maximize your life’s satisfaction.
Reading is one of the best ways to get out of the rut of negativity. By drawing from others’ perspectives, you can begin to develop a philosophy that will help you get where you want to be. These are some of the best books to help you get there.
one. An extraordinarily ordinary life: lessons learned by Tim Carlin
Living a satisfying life doesn’t necessarily mean changing the world. Sometimes the greatest satisfaction is in the simplest of things. An extraordinarily ordinary life is a powerful look at how we can achieve that meaning out of some of the more seemingly mundane aspects of life. Tim Carlin uses this book to convey the wisdom of making small changes and to show that not every step to happiness should be a leap.
two. Breakout Blueprint: How to Find Your Passion, Take Action, and Build a Lifestyle Business by Doug Foley
The work week might be 40 hours for most, but everyone knows that your career determines a lot more of your life. Doug Foley interviewed more than 150 of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and found that they only seemed to have one thing in common: They built the careers they wanted. Breakout blueprint It’s a handy guide on how to do the exact same thing. Reading it will give you the tools you need to get the job you want.
3. Build what matters: Achieve important results with visionary product management by Ben Foster and Rajesh Nerlikar
It doesn’t matter how good you are at what you do. If you don’t do something to improve other people’s lives, it won’t satisfy you. Build what matters focuses on putting customer needs back at the center of product management, but all readers should follow the directions in their title. Use your experience to help others and the result is greater happiness for you, your employees, your customers, and society in general.
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Four. Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor
Breathing is perhaps the most fundamental part of human life, but it is also one of the least considered. Living a full life is not only about getting the job you want, it is also about honing your daily habits to make yourself happier and healthier. breath is James Nestor’s deep dive into what the breath does for us and how we can do it better. It may sound simple, but the results of a more deliberate breathing pattern can be profound.
5. Love Your Business: Rethink your relationship with your business and make it work for you by Debbie King
Moving forward as a business owner is never easy, and at times the journey can make you lose sight of what you were just getting started. If you don’t love your business, no one else will. With Debbie King’s guidance, entrepreneurs can transform their business relationships over time. Love your business describes the change in mindset that many business owners need to create healthier relationships with customers, employees, and most importantly, their businesses.
6th Becoming a Leader of Impact: How Your Influence Can Change the World by Braden Douglas
While it is entirely possible to find fulfillment in a normal life, many entrepreneurs are hungry for something bigger. Becoming an Impact Leader is a look at how business leaders can transform their positions of power into channels for positive change while also making the world a better place. Braden Douglas summarized the value of a career in a short book and made it a must-have for those who want to become the best kind of leader.
7th An Introverted Guide to World Domination: Become a High Level Networker and Make Your Life Better by Nick Shelton
For the shyest of us, networking can be an impossible task. It is possible that An introverted guide to world domination It might not do justice to the exaggeration of its title, but it’s still a great framework for understanding how real personal connections can be made in business without the degree of Hollywood charm.
Today more than ever, satisfaction in everyday life is the key. While it’s easier said than done, learning how others have done it before you do can make the process a lot easier. Why not with a book?