We all wish great successful careers but fact is success doesn’t come that easy. A person needs to put in a lot of toil and sleepless nights with sincere dedication to be where he/she wants to be. Although, hard work leads to success but you can’t be successful unless your efforts are for a targeted aim and in the right direction. Most of us love reading books for different reasons and they silently act as our best buddies, a perfect mentor, guiding us to success. So motivating you on the right path, here are some career advice books which all successful leaders suggest to read:
- Quitter: Closing the Gap Between Your Day Job and Your Dream Job (Hardcover) by Jon Acuff
This book is a beginner’s guide to turn your dreams into reality, starting off a career and thinking of getting a little guide towards having a successful career.
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
This book is based on seven usual habits that all effective people pursue to become successful. These are the secrets that make them highly successful and effective.
- The Pathfinder: How to Choose or Change Your Career For a Lifetime Of Satisfaction and Success by Nicholas Lore
One of the known bestseller explains breakthrough techniques developed by Rockport Institute to help people in their journey of choosing an entirely new career.
- What You’re Really Meant to Do (Hardcover) by Robert S. Kaplan
This book is a great eye-opener and helps you discover your goals and set your priorities right in career.
- Moving the Needle: Get Clear, Get Free, and Get Going in Your Career, Business and Life by Joe Sweeney
This book is all about ways to achieve your personal and professional goals. It talks about breaking the game plan and using unconventional ways to become successful.
- Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales From The World of Wall Street by John Brooks
This book is about twelve timeless classic stories that depict the financial contrast in America; from the ordinary streets to Wall Street.
- Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
It’s a personal development and self-improvement book that talks about ways of achieving much more than merely monetary wealth.