Recommended Personal Development Books – For those of you who like to read books, whether you like reading stories about romantic horror or others. There are also book recommendations that can make you develop your mind
1. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up
Has anyone read this book yet? This book was written by Marie Kondo, a consultant business manager from Japan. For those of you who feel that they are not good at cleaning the room, it is absolutely mandatory to read the book The Japanese Art of Cleaning and Tidying Method or called The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. One of the interesting topics in this book is to get rid of things that are no longer useful and just keep things that make you excited.
2. How to Win Friends and Influence People
Next, there is a book by Dale Carnegie. This book was made in 2 versions. There is a classic version and there is a digital age version. In the digital age version, this book explains how to communicate well using diplomacy and notches in this digital era. He mentioned that in order for us to influence the people around us, we should first win their hearts. New, give the message to be delivered. In addition, so that our command sentence is heard by the other person, change it into the form of a question.
3. Talking is an Art
Still related to communication science, this time it was written by Oh Su Hyang from Korea. He emphasizes more on how to pronounce, body gestures, and pronunciation. The interesting thing in this book is that praising your partner is very important. Especially for married couples, this is absolutely mandatory.
Even though you are busy, often ask your partner trivial things. Especially about his job. So that the couple’s burden is slightly reduced by telling stories with you.
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4. Rich Dad Poor Dad
Turning to financial problems, there is a book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kyosaki that you really must read. This book reviews the importance of education in managing finances from an early age. Financial education is usually not explicitly explained in schools. Here the author explains that assets and liabilities are different.
This book dismisses the opinion of people who regard the house as an asset. In fact, the house is a liability. Besides Rich Dad Poor Dad, the author has also written many other books related to finance.