Updated: May 2
After a tiring year of online school and and endless zoom meetings, we finally have our summer break. I planned to spend all of it with my friends, playing, enjoying the prime years of my life.
Oh well, here we are surviving another Lockdown.
While I can't enjoy my vacations the way I intended to, I can enjoy the amount of free-time I will be having on my hands by working on myself.
Here are few books I am/will be reading :-
1. Can't hurt me by David Goggins.
David Goggins shares how he transcended poverty and abuse to become one of the world's top endurance athletes. His story reveals how mastering your mind, hard work, and becoming friends with pain can help you achieve the
2. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey is a self-improvement book. It is written on Covey's belief that the way we see the world is entirely based on our own perceptions. In order to change a given situation, we must change ourselves, and in order to change ourselves, we must be able to change our
3. Think and Grow Rich.
Think and Grow Rich is the result of Hill's study of over five hundred self-made millionaires—a condensed, accessible explanation of his Law of Success philosophy, which includes thirteen steps to riches (financial, emotional, and spiritual).
4. The Complete Leader.
Leadership is influence. It is built on character. As Peter Drucker reminded us, it necessarily means we have followers. But, what are the skills or competencies that the effective leader uses to lead others. In this handbook, Ron Price and Randy Lisk combine their years of experience and thoughts to provide a clear description of twenty-five of the most important skills needed for leaders. This is a must read for every current or aspiring leader. There are many books on leadership that are difficult to apply to real life. This is not one of them.
It has a podcast to go with it too!