Whether you are changing careers or starting a new business and need motivation, download these essential audiobooks and podcasts to your favourite device, slip on your headphones and enjoy your very own personal career coach in your ears.
Thinking, Fast and Slow
An oldie but a goodie, Nobel Prize-winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman's 2010 book Thinking, Fast and Slow is a masterclass in how to think for success. He outlines that intuition and slow thinking are two thought systems responsible for shaping our judgements. Kahneman then expertly advises you on how and when to use those thought processes for the most successful outcomes in work and life.
As its lengthy title suggests, Bill Fillips' book takes a holistic approach to self-improvement. Packed with thousands of practical tips and strategies to get you into peak mental and physical shape, the Men's Health editor's book is a no-nonsense, hilarious way to help you become more fulfilled and focused on all you do. Addressing everything from career and health to stress and relationships, consider it your essential manual to being a Better Man.
The premise of Charles Duhigg's book is simple. Positive habits create transformational change in business and life. In this fascinating exploration of success, the award-winning New York Times business reporter analyses success story case studies and deeply delves into the science of habit formation and change. You'll discover how your brain works and what you can do to create new habits that will bring about success.
When you're seeking next-level personal and professional inspiration, tune into the School of Greatness. Hosted by American athlete and best-selling author Lewis Howes, this uplifting podcast interviews successful businesspeople and thought leaders on topics like overcoming failure and rejection, risk-taking, reaching goals faster and overcoming insecurities. Interviewees include self-help expert Tony Robbins and business magnate Rick Caruso.
In this career podcast series, Tim Deeks sits down with an incredibly diverse range of successful people to listen to their stories and career journeys. Tim's guests are radically different from Olympic boxers and athletes to film producers and CEOs, but what unites them all is their ambition and drive that got them to the top of their games. Whatever your career, you'll unearth inspirational lessons and insight from remarkable characters.
Having lost both legs at the age of 19, Amy Purdy has won three paralympic medals, made it to the finale of Dancing with the Stars and has made a name as one of Oprah's top 100 thought leaders. In her podcast, Amy challenges her listeners to use a current challenge or situation to help them get ahead. Be truly inspired, motivated and hopeful about all you can achieve.
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