THE 9 BEST CAREER BOOKS
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We could recommend dozens of high-quality career books, but today we highlight our 9 favorites. They’ll inspire you, give you direction, change your career and life. Ready?
1. Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis
This book would be a great addition to anyone’s library especially if you feel like you need someone to politely kick you into gear. Rachel Hollis tells us over and over that we all have an important role in this life and we shouldn’t be afraid to live it out. Girl, go get this book!
2. The Magic Of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz
Not only does Schwartz inspire “big” thinking, but he also encourages you to make it happen. In a nutshell, this book teaches you how to be practical, positive, and focused on your mindset. It’ll help you move your life forward and achieve whatever goal you want.
3. Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin
A truly amazing book—with simple, clear and effective advice. This is a book that will change your mindset about work and careers. It’s a fun read and very valuable for people who want extraordinary professional lives.
4. Thrive: The Third Metric To Redefining Success And Creating A Happier Life by Arianna Huffington
Another book that will inspire you. By sharing her experience with burnout, Arianna illustrates how you can change your life in small ways to make a huge difference. Stop surviving and start thriving.
5. Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office by Lois P. Frankel
Another book we recommend to all female professionals with a lot of potential. It reminds us how females may hold themselves back and not get the promotions they deserve. Just a few tips here could make a difference in your career.
6. Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
Keith Ferrazzi does an amazing job of highlighting the importance of networking and making contacts. He gives actionable suggestions that anyone can use. If you’re already good at networking, this book will help you become even better. However, if you don’t know where to start, you’ll get the most out of it.
7. Lean In: Women, Work, And The Will To Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
A great book that tells people (not necessarily just women) how to be more visible in their career, and how to climb to the top. It helps you lead others so that they have more faith in their abilities. It also explains the gender struggles that many self-assured women experience in the workplace. For example, if men look stern, they seem confident, while women with the same expression might come off as bossy and controlling.
8. High Performance Habits by Brendon Burchard
This book provides step-by-step instructions on how to uplevel EVERY area of your life. It gives you not only inspiration but also applicable skills to move forward. It also showcases actual habits and tools to use to get more out of every day.
If you struggle with believing in yourself, stop what you’re doing and get this book. It will help you! You’ll learn how to reconnect with yourself and higher power to bring greatness into your life. You’ll understand how your success starts with you and your mindset.