Each month, Soundview summarizes many books that will help you strengthen your professional skills. To help you carve out a career success path, here are a few of the noteworthy selections from February that we summarized.
Habits for Success
Inspired Ideas to Help You Soar
by G. Brian Benson
There comes a time in all of our lives when it becomes more painful for us to stay mired in our old habits than to step outside our comfort zone and risk the unknown as we journey toward finding our true voice. While speaking your true voice, creativity flows, fears subside, and peace of mind prevails. Join G. Brian Benson in Habits for Success and learn how to create habits for living authentically.
KEY TOPIC AREAS: Motivation, Time Management, Productivity, Authenticity, Inspiration
A List-Making Journey to a Less-Stressed You
by Paula Rizzo
Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less-Stressed You is intended to guide you to become a calmer, more balanced, and less stressed version of yourself through list making. By showing you how to look at where you are now, where you want to be, and how to meld the two, it walks you through what needs to happen to make sure you have systems in place to be less stressed for good.
KEY TOPIC AREAS: Time Management, Organization, Stress, Productivity
Your Next Big Thing
Creating Successful Business Ideas from Scratch
by Matthew Mockridge
You may think that you lack creativity, are unable to learn, or are incapable of getting good ideas. In Your Next Big Thing: Creating Successful Business Ideas from Scratch, author Matthew Mockridge offers tools and proven methods that will allow you to produce groundbreaking ideas and summon unexpected accomplishments – ones that may change your life forever.
KEY TOPIC AREAS: Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Vision, Startups
Leadership Tools to Make Revolutionary Change Happen for You and Your Business
by David Morey
In Innovating Innovation, David Morey champions the idea of taking a new approach to innovation itself. Inspired by great innovators and leaders like Thomas Edison, the eleven primary concepts of this outline are designed to help leaders understand the connection between innovation and marketing, transform their perception, take a linear approach to creativity and processes, build powerful creative environments, create a culture of urgency while making people feel comfortable with failure, and much more.
KEY TOPIC AREAS: Innovation, Leadership, Creativity, Business Strategy
Thanks to our friends at Mango Publishing for providing some great books for us to summarize this month.
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