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6 Books to start 2018 with a bang

In any December, people make resolutions towards physical fitness, habit changes, and life goals. These are all no doubt positive resolutions but if you want to make a difference this year, then you will have to get a broader perspective on how to spark real progress in your life. The personal and professional improvement in the New Year can be made by reading books about every field.

Following are the books that have the ability to provide you the insight on the subject you are interested in and will help you to stay motivated for your personal and professional achievements in this New Year.

Irresistible:

Author: Adam Alter

This is a book that describes how people have fallen addict to the digital advancements. The social media platforms have attracted so many people to spend their time on less productive work and sit infront of the uselessly for hours.

Blue Ocean Shift:

Author: Renee Mauborgne and Robert D. Austin

This book shares knowledge with readers on how to business growth opportunities by exploring new markets instead of wasting time in competing in highly saturated markets.

Nudge:

Author: Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler

This is the book that helps readers to improve their decisions regarding health, wealth, and happiness. It explains how people are inclined to make certain decisions on the basis of how they are presented.

Option B:

Author: Sheryl Sandberg

The unexpected death of the husband of Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg changed her life. This shock motivated her to write about the strategies that helped her to cope with grief and sadness. This is a good book that describes how to overcome grief and sadness.

The Device one:

Author: Brian Merchant

The primary reason for Apple’s success, the iPhone has a history of its own. The pretty common device now has an inside story of how it came to be. This book explains everything from innovative ideas to challenging production obstacles and setback for the company.

Principles:

Author: Rau Dalio

The founder of the world’s most successful financial institutions Bridgewater Associates, Rau Dalio in this book has approached problems from numerous leaders. It provides precious advice to people who want to make their organizations meritocratic by applying analytics and machine learning. It advises them how to evaluate performance and run a transparent organization to the completive advantage.

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Written by Hisham Sarwar

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