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Transition from the school to the labor market always brings a serious shock, when suddenly you realize that no matter how smart or talented you are, you still start from the bottom. To help you determine what you want from your professional life, we have gathered some of our favorite business books. If you want to strengthen your knowledge in the networking industry, to develop leadership skills, to get time management skills, learn how to start your own business, it's time to start reading!
"You're too good not to be noticed" by Cal Newport is of the most important life advice you'll hear when you realize one truth: if you follow your passion or dream, the money will follow you. But there is a big caveat, according to Newport, author and professor of Sciences. "For most people, - he says - the mastery of certain skills may lead to finding your passion, because the development of this skill can open new doors and allow you to develop and progress your career." Newport offers not give up his dream, he advises to start to make sure you have connected it with reality and make yourself a valuable employee in the labor market.
"Black Swan" by Nasim Taleb. People love the illusion of certainty provided by the forecasts. In his book "The Black Swan", the investor and philosopher Nasim Taleb reveals why people mistakenly rely on the predictions; as the most reliable and structured systems are the most vulnerable to collapse (as the financial system in 2007). It's rare to find a book that will change your perception of the familiar world. And it is just such a book!
"Inside: woman, work and pursuit of leadership" by Sheryl Sandberg. Regardless of whether you agree with conflicting theories Sheryl Sandberg, the "inside" - is compulsory reading for anyone who wants to join the conversation about women and leadership. In the book, the author combines a compelling study motivational personal story to understand how a woman inadvertently undermine their professional development. In addition, the book contains recommendations for both women and men who want to promote women's career development. This is a job that will make readers of either sex ponder the question: what, in fact, leads to success, and how to be satisfied with the work?
"The force of habit" by Charles Dahig. While all the books about the science of human habits are written in the style of "how it lulls", "force of habit" Charles Dahig’s book is of a completely different format. In fact, this is one of the most useful and entertaining books for young professionals who want to find themselves in life and achieve happiness. Dahig, crime reporter of the popular newspaper "New York Times", explains that the way to success - whether it's quitting smoking or partying - is paved with tiny "strokes" that will help to realize themselves today.
"To take or to give?" by Adam Grant. Something in our culture tells us that we should be traitors and barbarians, to grow professionally. But in his book "To take or give?" Says psychologist Adam Grant on why this view is fundamentally flawed. Studies show that people who pose the greatest value and benefit to others, are the leaders of society, who reach the top. Grant explains how you do that!