Handbooks of Successful People: 6 Classic Career Books


What should be done if all efforts are in vain and the dream career still has not happened? Learn from those who have already succeeded, for instance. Nowadays, modern literature is crawling with motivating reads. But if you're looking for a classic, can't do better.
Here’re the most inspirational and old guard books about a career in our today selection, which help you not to give up in search of work and climb the career ladder further.

The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career for a Lifetime of Satisfaction and Success by Nicholas Lore

Are you determined to look for a new job? Perhaps, you need to take a chance to think about your current position in a different way. And The Pathfinder, published in 1998, would help you go through a career path. Lore offers invaluable advice and more than 100 self-tests and diagnostic tools that will provide you to take a fresh look at what you did before. Do not miss a chance of becoming involved in the classic bestseller, as a result, think more positive and perspective. This book has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people for a good reason.
I Could Do Anything If Only I Knew What It Was by Barbara Sher with Barbara Smith is also highly recommended as a familiar coach for career-changers.

Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales From the World of Wall Street by John Brooks

The great people never mistake, do they? Bill Gates did not mistake too, shared his view after reading the copy of Business Adventures by Warren Buffett, published in 1969. He admitted that it was the best business book he ever read and was absolutely right. All events develop around Wall Street. There are a few books, which open your eyes to the world of finance and won't let you feel bored at the same time.

Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement by Tony Robbins

It is said that 'Rome wasn't built in a day.' After all, a person does not birth with the strong character too. Robbins knows for sure how to develop leadership skills, self-assertiveness, personal effectiveness, a greater sense of career direction, and determination to achieve goals. He shares all of this secrets with readers.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Would you like to be at the center of attention? Forget all that you have read before. Dale Carnegie describes in details six means to charm your surroundings. Being a leader, great communicator, having charisma, persuasion skills – all of this you will gain after memorizing some chapters. It does not clutter your mind. Just read and put that in your pipe. Even people start to think quietly as you go along! Do you still hesitate to read?

7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Someone risks and succeeds; other keep on scaring and staying with nothing. No, not Covey. He presents his readers to be a prisoner of fate or something like that to happen. Thinking like a winner, flexibility in using your time effectively and productively, good rhetorical skills – all of this you have a chance to emulate from the real aces.
The first three skills, described by Stephen Covey, are focused on the inner world of man and activate his ability to self-control. They are the basis for the development of the character of each person. Only thanks to "personal victories" a person can gain that independence, which will allow him to achieve social victories related to teamwork, interaction, and communication - three skills of external effectiveness. As for the seventh skill, it is a binder for everyone else, and it consists of regular and balanced development.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Can you imagine that the first edition of this universal book was in 1937? You might think: «How a book that was written almost a hundred years ago can help me in the modern world?». I do not mean the classics of world literature. I am talking about a book, the author of which took over life experience from financial magnates and dealers of the last century. Yes, the book is almost a century old, the author has been dead for 47 years, but the principles set forth in the book are eternal.
People tend to have more than they are contenting at the moment. Everyone has cherished desires: someone asks for health, someone desires happiness in his personal life, love, others want more money. Napoleon Hill tells in his book that all this is possible. The author offers his own philosophy of life, adhering to which, you can make your life brighter, more materially and spiritually, happier.

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