Published on April 17, 2023

5 books to read for a successful career

By High Level Communication
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Sometimes you need a helping hand to get started, and these 5 books on success will certainly give you the keys.  

Rich father, poor father - Robert T. Kiyosaki
This is an interesting vision of society that helps the reader take ownership of reality so that he or she knows how to act and react. It will change your mindset and bring out the best in you from a personal angle, with the aim of having an impact on your financial future.

The 7 habits of effective people - Stephen Covey
This method, developed by Stephen R Covey, offers a new approach to personal and interpersonal effectiveness. It improves the ability to cope with change, provides the means to establish relationships of mutual trust to build effective teamwork, and deals with conflict resolution.

The 4-hour week - Tim Ferris
Through his own experience, Timothy Ferriss tells us how to live better while succeeding professionally. The idea of earning more by working less is seductive, and that's what this book is all about. Work will no longer rhyme with drudgery, life will be appreciated under its most beautiful aspects, you'll gain more time for yourself, it's a grand slam towards a fulfilled existence and a successful career.

Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill interviewed over a hundred of the most influential people of his time to discover the secrets that led to their success. He studied them for over 30 years of his life. His study of these "best practices" was revolutionary in a world where it was widely believed that great wealth resulted from a combination of greed and luck.

Crucial Conversations, Knowing and daring to say things - Patterson, Grenny, Mc Millan, Switzler
Through studies, testimonials, tests and realistic examples, this book will help you to anticipate conversations that could turn sour by shifting them towards a more qualitative discussion. This book will be your guide to preparing and conducting a high-stakes conversation.

Now all you have to do is get them...