5 Books to improve yourself in business and life

People who are successful are usually big into self-improvement. Not only has that, but experts also found that people who read books actually live longer. Following are some of the most popular books that experts suggest for self-improvement:

Brave New World

Author: Aaron Dignan

This book by Aaron Dignan helps people around the world to completely reinvent their operating systems. It helps them see that companies and organizations are not the machines that can be predicted or controlled, instead, these are complex human systems that are full of potential waiting to be released.

Wise Guy: Lessons from a Life

Author: Guy Kawasaki

This is a book that provides the readers with entertaining tales of the author with important takeaways. But instead of leaving the readers with vague lessons learned, Kawasaki gives out tips, advice, and quotes as well.

Authentic Gravitas: Who Stands Out and Why

Author: Rebecca Newton

In this book, Rebecca Newton shares exactly how to build your gravitas. It is because people with gravitas lead the room regardless of their place in the hierarchy. The author reveals that these are the people who respect authority but do not wait for a little change to take ownership to make a positive difference.

Stress Less, Accomplish More: Meditation for Extraordinary Performance

Author: Emily Fletcher

According to Fletcher, this book is all about extraordinary performance. The author argues that meditation not only improve your health and gives you peace of mind, but also helps you to excel at whatever that you do.

The Making of a Manager: What to Do When Everyone Looks to You

Author: Julie Zhuo

In this book it has been revealed that fears and doubts are normal. It provides clear examples of how great leadership looks in the workplace. It reveals that the feedback that is given is effective for the bosses as well as employees to improve. But the feedback should be specific and clarifies what the success looks like.

Written by Hisham Sarwar

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