We all need a boost sometimes. Whether we’re looking to improve our careers, our productivity or our general quality of life, we can all benefit from a shake up to get us going in a better direction.
These four books are written to help us motivate and better understand ourselves.
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen Rubin’s life wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t as good as it could be. She set out on a journey to create a better and happier life for herself and her family, and she chronicled her journey to help readers do the same. Get a copy.
Drive by Daniel H. Pink
There is a lot of motivational advice out there. Daniel H. Pink explores what really works to motivate us. Get a copy.
The Upside of Down by Megan McArdle
Failure doesn’t sound like a good thing, but Megan McArdle makes an argument that learning to fail can lead to success. Get a copy.
Work Simply by Carson Tate
No two people are the same, which is why productivity advice doesn’t work for everyone. Carson Tate devides people into different productivity styles to help each group better understand how to use their time. Get a copy.