Unwrap Success: Three Books To Put On Your Holiday Wish List

Unwrap Success: Three Books To Put On Your Holiday Wish List

Unwrap Success: Three Books To Put On Your Holiday Wish List

This year, you’ve likely navigated quite a few challenges, seized some exciting opportunities, and continued to push the boundaries on success. To that, I say a huge congratulations! And now, I’d like to encourage you to find a few moments to recharge and reflect. Amidst the hustle and bustle of following up on overdue invoices, closing out projects before year end, and getting our new year strategy sessions in, a little R&R is important.

Personally, I’m a bit of a bookworm. So, R&R for me is mostly focused on catching up on some good reads (and maybe a massage or two). Here’s my favorite book recommendations for reflection and growth on your ever-evolving journey of entrepreneurship. 

 

Book 1: “Four Thousand Weeks” by Oliver Burkeman

“Time management is pain management.” – Oliver Burkeman

In “Four Thousand Weeks”, Burkeman invites us to rethink our relationship with time. He explores the concept of making the most of our limited weeks, challenging conventional productivity wisdom. What I love about his take on time management is his utter honesty that there will really never be enough time in the day, week, month, or year to do everything that we want. It’s all about setting priorities.
Buy your copy here. 

 

Book 2: “The Founder & The Force Multiplier” by Adam Hergenrother & Hallie Warner

“The right hand to a visionary is a force multiplier.” – Adam Hergenrother and Hallie Warner

This book delves into how to amplify your impact as a leader and business titan by leveraging the forceful power of an executive assistant – your ‘force multiplier’. It preaches what we do at Auxo Business Services, so how could it not be on my favorites list?

If you’re seeking to leverage this kind of amplifying impact and find your force multiplier, then reach out to us here.

If you’re simply ready to read about it, then buy your book here


Book 3: “Atomic Habits” by James Clear

“Success is the product of daily habits—not once-in-a-lifetime transformations.” – James Clear

A classic, “Atomic Habits”, emphasizes the power of small, consistent changes. Clear provides practical applications to embed these habits into your life for lasting success. I appreciate the simplicity in his approach and the plethora of examples that help you translate his strategies into your real, everyday life.

If you’re looking for ways to make sure your New Year’s Resolutions make it past January, then get your copy now

 

Wishing You A Season Of Growth 

These books are little treasure troves of strategies, insights, and inspiration for your own personal and professional growth. Whether or not reflection, relaxation, and recharging includes reading or not for you, I highly recommend adding these three books to your list! 

And if you know a fellow entrepreneur who could benefit from continuous growth and learning, then share this post with them. Here’s to a prosperous New Year filled with amazing milestones and achievements.

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