Have you ever thought about how much power stars have over us? Do you believe they control or even prescribe your life? Do you google your sign compatibility with a potential partner right after the first date?
It is only your choice to believe in astrology or not, but we sincerely recommend you to check the books our team has picked based on your zodiac sign — and learn a bit more about yourself.
And don’t be shocked: you can read or listen to each book from the list in just 15 minutes! How? The Headway app provides you with summaries — so you get only the most important and valuable ideas from each book and save your precious time.
So let yourself get another perspective and gain more knowledge about who you are and how this information can help you become a better you. Let’s go!
Book #1: You Can Read Anyone
Leos are known for their confidence, sociability, and thirst for compliments. Thus, sometimes it can be difficult for you to see the real intentions of an individual’s behavior and to differentiate sincereness from manipulating.
Many people use flattery and other psychological tricks to achieve their goals. You may not always notice them, but that doesn’t change the situation. What can solve the problem is checking out You Can Read Anyone: Never Be Fooled, Lied To, or Taken Advantage of Again by David J. Lieberman.
‘Whenever you are considering a person’s desire for something, consider what he does, not necessarily what he says.’
David J. Lieberman
This book will turn you into a mind-reader — and it’s not a joke. David J. Lieberman is a world-renowned expert in human behavior and interpersonal relationships. He provides you with the most effective and practical techniques that will help you get inside people’s heads and find out what they think and feel at the moment. Thus, it will let you find out if their intentions are good and serve you best.
These skills will spare your time, energy, and money. So you won’t let other people manipulate you anymore.
Book #2: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
Leos like to be on top. Indeed, as their symbol — lions, they often believe they’re the ones to rule and expect others to make peace with it. As Leo, you may find it difficult to accept when your friends, partner, or coworkers don’t share your vision and show better leadership skills.
Check out The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C Maxwell to boost yourself and become an inspirational leader every person would be happy to follow.
Because you’re one of a kind, and you have what it takes.
After reading The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and realizing your strong sides, your relationships with people will change fast. All your ambitions will finally find a way to appear in your life, and you’ll be thrilled seeing others listening to you and considering you as an example.
You’ll be even more thrilled now because you have an opportunity to get all the necessary information from this book in less time! Read a summary on the Headway app and transform your life!
Book #1: How to Be an Imperfectionist
If you’re a Virgo, that probably sounds familiar to you:
checking work documents hundreds of times to be sure everything is right;
your home and workplace are shining from cleanliness;
every decision you make must be the right one;
you can be critical of yourself and other people.
Despite the clear advantages of all the abovementioned statements, they could also be harmful. Taking control of your life is a fundamental skill, but when it’s turning to perfectionism — it can feel like a trap.
‘I’m not a perfectionist. I’m a person who strives for excellence and requires excellence. There is a difference.’
Reading or listening to How to Be an Imperfectionist: The New Way to Fearlessness, Confidence, and Freedom from Perfectionism by Stephen Guise will once and for all remove what limits you. This book will set you free: the simple strategy will modify your behavior and let you live an imperfectly perfect and fulfilled life.
Book #2: Love 2.0
Virgos are also those for whom connection isn’t something they build quickly. So if you’re a Virgo, it sometimes may be hard for you to express your feelings, to open yourself to new people in your life. And it’s okay not to feel connected to every person you know, but the ability to create and develop relationships with others is a crucial skill. We all need each other, and we all need to be loved.
‘We accept the love we think we deserve.’
Check out Love 2.0: How Our Supreme Emotion Affects Everything We Feel, Think, Do, and Become by Barbara L. Fredrickson. Get an understanding of how our feelings impact our mind and body in 17 minutes — and learn how emotional connections between you and other people can help you live a longer and happier life!
Book #1: Manage your Day-to-Day
Geminis are known for their thirst for freedom, impatience, and dual-natured personality in life. Your particular skill is the capability to look at different situations from different angles. Thus, it can be easier for you to understand another person’s point of view and find a compromise. But commitment issues are something that Geminis often have trouble dealing with.
‘What I do every day matters more than what I do once in a while.’
Jocelyn K. Glei
The routine is just not for you. But there’s a way to stay motivated and achieve your goals, not in a chaotic way! Look into Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind by Jocelyn K. Glei — and afterward create a unique and rock-solid daily schedule that won’t ever overwhelm you.
Book #2: How to Be an Adult in Relationships
Many people love changes, and many of them are Gemini. Probably, quite often, you get bored of long-term romantic relationships. Or maybe don’t even consider such. You’re like a wind that never settles, and it can affect not only your lifestyle but people you care about.
‘Most people think of love as a feeling, but love is not so much a feeling as a way of being present.’
Reading the summary of How to Be an Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving by David Richo, Ph.D., will give you another perspective of the relationships. Instead of spending your life trying to find the right person — try to spend it on becoming the right one for someone else.