The ultimate 5 books for 2020.

On the lookout for that new book for now, Christmas or into 2020? Here is a shortlist of just 5 of the most impactful reads for your self-development.

At https://teatimetitbits.de/free-pdfs/ you can download the full review to read, reread and reflect.

Just Listen. Discover the secret of getting through to absolutely anyone.

By Mark Goulston

We all have to deal with other people in our lives from family & friends to total strangers. Unfortunately, not all of these people are EASY to get along with. Quite the contrary, many are downright difficult in their own way. Finding a way to get through to these people is a life-changer and ‘Just Listen’ can be just that. Read full review on PDF

*https://amzn.to/2OIqFkg

Delivering Happiness. A path to profits, passion and purpose.

By Tony Hsieh

Zappos set the trend, CEO Tony Hsieh is always pushing the envelope and setting the benchmark for corporate culture and customer (friendly) services.

This book takes you on the journey of the early days of Zappos and how they built the corporate culture to what it is today. Food for thought for any leaders and HR peeps. Read full review on PDF

*https://amzn.to/2sixAcu

Mindset. Changing the way you think to fulfil your potential.

By Carol Dweck

What exactly is a mindset? How does it affect our lives? And how can we (re)set our mindset to best prepare us for the now and whatever the future has in store for us. Not every book becomes a million-copy bestseller.

*https://amzn.to/2OjmVXA

Rich Dad, Poor Dad. What the rich teach their kids about money that the poor and the middle class do not.

By Robert T Kiyosaki.

How to build your own wealth isn’t a subject taught in schools, unfortunately!!! Robert T Kiyosaki has made this his legacy to teach you and me wealth building and NOT in a scholastic way but through the story of his rich and poor dads. It has become the Nr 1 personal finance book of all time. Read full review on PDF

*https://amzn.to/2XMJ0AM

12 week year. Get more done in 12 weeks than others do in 12 months.

By Brian F Moran and Michael Lennington.

Imagine you had 4 years of 12 weeks in one (normal calendar) year. You set targets which will push you. A month (in normal year) becomes a week, a week (in normal year) becomes a day and the mad rush to reach the goal happens 4 times a year. Read full review on PDF.

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