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35 Best Books on Finding Your Passion

Discover a world of inspiration and self-discovery with our collection of books on finding your passion. Uncover your true calling today!

book1

Can’t Hurt Me

by David Goggins

4.8 (70488 reviews)

What is Can’t Hurt Me about?

In this inspiring and transformative book, the author shares his remarkable journey from a troubled childhood to becoming a Navy SEAL and ultra-endurance athlete. Through his personal anecdotes and powerful insights, he reveals the strategies and mindset that helped him overcome immense physical and mental challenges. With a focus on mastering the mind and defying the odds, this book offers valuable lessons on pushing past limitations and achieving greatness.

Who should read Can’t Hurt Me

  • Individuals seeking motivation and inspiration to overcome life's challenges.

  • Athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to push their limits.

  • Anyone interested in personal growth and mental resilience.

book2

Dream Big

by Bob Goff

4.8 (3617 reviews)

What is Dream Big about?

In this inspiring and practical guide, the author shares his wisdom on how to identify and pursue your dreams. Bob Goff encourages readers to dig deep and discover their true desires, understand the reasons behind them, and take actionable steps towards achieving them. With heartfelt anecdotes and insightful advice, this book empowers individuals to dream big, find purpose, and create a roadmap to turn their aspirations into reality.

Who should read Dream Big

  • Individuals seeking guidance and motivation to pursue their dreams.

  • Young adults looking for practical advice on goal-setting and purpose.

  • Anyone in need of inspiration to live a purposeful life.

book3

Chop Wood, Carry Water

by Joshua Medcalf

4.8 (3104 reviews)

What is Chop Wood, Carry Water about?

In this insightful book, the author shares a powerful story that explores the journey of a young boy seeking greatness. Through the guidance of a wise mentor, he learns the importance of embracing the process rather than focusing solely on the end result. With valuable lessons and practical advice, this book inspires readers to find joy and fulfillment in the everyday steps towards achieving their goals and becoming their best selves.

Who should read Chop Wood, Carry Water

  • Aspiring athletes seeking motivation and guidance in their journey.

  • Individuals looking to develop a growth mindset and embrace challenges.

  • Anyone interested in personal development and finding fulfillment in their pursuits.

book4

You Are a Badass

by Jen Sincero

4.7 (37598 reviews)

What is You Are a Badass about?

In this empowering self-help book, the author shares her witty and no-nonsense advice on how to overcome self-doubt and live a life filled with confidence and success. With a blend of personal anecdotes, practical exercises, and insightful wisdom, she guides readers on a journey of self-discovery, encouraging them to embrace their inner badass and create the life they truly desire. This book is a powerful tool for anyone seeking to unleash their full potential and live an extraordinary life.

Who should read You Are a Badass

  • Individuals struggling with self-doubt and seeking personal growth.

  • Anyone looking to unleash their potential and live a fulfilling life.

  • Those in need of motivation and guidance to overcome obstacles.

book5

Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire

by Jen Hatmaker

4.7 (3049 reviews)

What is Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire about?

In this empowering guide, Jen Hatmaker encourages readers to embrace their true selves and live a life filled with passion and purpose. With her signature wit and wisdom, Hatmaker explores topics such as self-acceptance, personal growth, and finding joy in the midst of life's challenges. Through relatable anecdotes and practical advice, she inspires readers to break free from societal expectations and embrace their unique, glorious selves.

Who should read Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire

  • Women seeking empowerment and self-discovery should read this book.

  • Individuals looking to embrace their true selves should read it.

  • Anyone in need of inspiration and guidance should read this.

book6

Own Your Everyday

by Jordan Lee Dooley

4.7 (2034 reviews)

What is Own Your Everyday about?

In this empowering book, Jordan Lee Dooley explores the common struggle of feeling the need to prove oneself in today's society. With personal anecdotes and practical advice, she guides readers on a journey to overcome the pressure to conform and embrace their true purpose. Through relatable stories and actionable steps, Dooley encourages readers to own their everyday lives and confidently pursue what they were meant to do.

Who should read Own Your Everyday

  • Young adults struggling with the pressure to prove their worth.

  • Individuals seeking guidance to embrace their true purpose in life.

  • Anyone looking for practical strategies to overcome societal expectations.

book7

Embrace Your Weird

by Felicia Day

4.7 (1051 reviews)

What is Embrace Your Weird about?

In this empowering and humorous guide, a talented author shares her personal journey of embracing her quirks and encourages readers to do the same. Through relatable anecdotes and practical exercises, she offers valuable advice on how to overcome self-doubt, embrace creativity, and find confidence in one's unique weirdness. With wit and authenticity, this book inspires readers to celebrate their individuality and unleash their true potential.

Who should read Embrace Your Weird

  • Aspiring creatives seeking inspiration and guidance to embrace their uniqueness.

  • Fans of Felicia Day's work looking for personal growth and self-acceptance.

  • Individuals struggling with self-doubt and seeking encouragement to embrace their quirks.

book8

Imperfect Courage

by Jessica Honegger

4.7 (655 reviews)

What is Imperfect Courage about?

In this empowering and inspiring book, the author shares her personal journey of embracing imperfections and stepping out of her comfort zone to live a purposeful life. Through heartfelt anecdotes and practical advice, she encourages readers to overcome fear and take courageous leaps towards their dreams. With a focus on making a positive impact in the world, this book serves as a guide for those seeking to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Who should read Imperfect Courage

  • Individuals seeking inspiration and guidance to overcome fear and pursue purposeful lives.

  • Entrepreneurs and aspiring business leaders looking for motivation and practical advice.

  • Anyone interested in personal growth and making a positive impact.

book9

How to Have a Good Day

by Caroline Webb

4.7 (247 reviews)

What is How to Have a Good Day about?

In this insightful guide, Caroline Webb shares practical strategies to transform your workdays into fulfilling and productive experiences. Drawing from behavioral science, psychology, and neuroscience, she offers valuable techniques to enhance decision-making, manage time effectively, and improve communication skills. With Webb's expert advice, readers will learn how to optimize their work environment, reduce stress, and ultimately lead happier and more successful lives.

Who should read How to Have a Good Day

  • Professionals seeking to improve their work-life balance and productivity.

  • Individuals looking to enhance their overall well-being and happiness.

  • Anyone interested in practical strategies for a more fulfilling life.

book10

Everything is Figureoutable

by Marie Forleo

4.7 (17 reviews)

What is Everything is Figureoutable about?

In this empowering and practical guide, a renowned life coach shares her transformative philosophy that everything in life can be figured out. Drawing from personal experiences and interviews with successful individuals, the author provides actionable strategies and mindset shifts to overcome obstacles, achieve goals, and create a life of fulfillment. With a blend of humor, wisdom, and relatable anecdotes, this book inspires readers to embrace their innate ability to solve any problem and live a life they truly desire.

Who should read Everything is Figureoutable

  • Anyone seeking inspiration and guidance to overcome life's challenges.

  • Entrepreneurs looking for practical strategies to achieve their goals.

  • Individuals in need of a mindset shift to unlock their potential.

book11

Girl, Wash Your Face

by Rachel Hollis

4.6 (27903 reviews)

What is Girl, Wash Your Face about?

In this empowering and candid book, the author challenges women to let go of the lies they believe about themselves and embrace their true potential. With personal anecdotes and practical advice, she addresses common misconceptions and societal pressures that hold women back from living their best lives. Through her honest and relatable storytelling, readers are encouraged to wash away the doubts and insecurities, and instead, embrace their authentic selves to become the women they were always meant to be.

Who should read Girl, Wash Your Face

  • Women seeking empowerment and self-improvement in their personal lives.

  • Individuals looking to challenge societal expectations and redefine success.

  • Anyone in need of motivation and inspiration to pursue their dreams.

book12

Big Magic

by Elizabeth Gilbert

4.6 (14783 reviews)

What is Big Magic about?

In this inspiring and insightful book, the author explores the realms of creativity and encourages readers to embrace their own creative potential. Through personal anecdotes and practical advice, she delves into the fears and obstacles that often hinder creative expression, offering guidance on how to overcome them. With a refreshing perspective on the creative process, this book serves as a guide to living a more fulfilling and fearless creative life.

Who should read Big Magic

  • Aspiring artists seeking inspiration and guidance to overcome creative blocks.

  • Individuals looking to cultivate a more fearless and fulfilling life.

  • Anyone interested in exploring the transformative power of creativity.

book13

Essentialism

by Greg McKeown

4.6 (13269 reviews)

What is Essentialism about?

In this thought-provoking book, the author challenges the prevailing notion that more is always better and advocates for a different approach to life and work. Through insightful anecdotes and practical advice, he encourages readers to focus on what truly matters, eliminate distractions, and make deliberate choices to simplify their lives. By embracing essentialism, readers can learn to prioritize their time and energy, leading to greater fulfillment and success.

Who should read Essentialism

  • Busy professionals seeking to simplify their lives and increase productivity.

  • Individuals overwhelmed by choices and seeking a more meaningful existence.

  • Entrepreneurs and leaders looking to streamline their decision-making process.

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10% Happier

by Dan Harris

4.6 (9655 reviews)

What is 10% Happier about?

In this captivating memoir, a renowned news anchor shares his personal journey towards finding inner peace and happiness. Fueled by a panic attack on live television, he embarks on a quest to tame the relentless voice in his head and reduce stress without compromising his ambition. With refreshing honesty and humor, he explores the world of self-help, meditation, and mindfulness, offering practical insights on achieving true contentment in a chaotic world.

Who should read 10% Happier

  • Individuals seeking practical strategies to manage stress and anxiety.

  • Professionals looking to enhance their performance while maintaining balance.

  • Skeptics interested in exploring self-help methods backed by science.

book15

Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

by Susan Jeffers, Ph.D.

4.6 (7247 reviews)

What is Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway about?

This empowering self-help book by a renowned psychologist offers practical advice and strategies to overcome fear and live a more fulfilling life. Drawing on personal anecdotes and psychological research, the author encourages readers to embrace fear as a natural part of growth and to take action despite it. With insightful guidance and practical exercises, this book provides a roadmap for transforming fear into confidence and achieving personal success.

Who should read Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway

  • Individuals struggling with fear and seeking motivation to overcome it.

  • Those looking to build resilience and embrace life's challenges.

  • Anyone seeking personal growth and empowerment in the face of fear.

book16

Best Self

by Mike Bayer

4.6 (6224 reviews)

What is Best Self about?

In this empowering self-help book, the author guides readers on a transformative journey towards becoming their best selves. With practical exercises and insightful advice, the book offers a roadmap for personal growth, helping individuals uncover their true potential, overcome obstacles, and create a fulfilling life. Through introspection and self-reflection, readers are encouraged to embrace authenticity, make positive changes, and cultivate a better version of themselves.

Who should read Best Self

  • Individuals seeking personal growth and self-improvement strategies.

  • Those looking to enhance their self-awareness and build resilience.

  • Anyone interested in unlocking their full potential and achieving success.

book17

Digital Minimalism

by Cal Newport

4.6 (5413 reviews)

What is Digital Minimalism about?

In this thought-provoking book, the author explores the detrimental effects of our digital-driven lives and offers a compelling solution for finding balance. Drawing on a range of case studies and research, he presents the concept of digital minimalism as a way to reclaim our attention and live a more intentional, fulfilling life. With practical strategies and actionable advice, this book serves as a guide to help readers declutter their digital lives and prioritize what truly matters.

Who should read Digital Minimalism

  • Individuals seeking to regain control over their digital lives.

  • Professionals looking to increase productivity and reduce distractions.

  • Anyone feeling overwhelmed by the constant noise of modern technology.

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Originals

by Adam Grant

4.6 (4603 reviews)

What is Originals about?

In this thought-provoking book, the author explores the power of non-conformity and challenges conventional wisdom. Through captivating stories and compelling research, he reveals how individuals who dare to think differently can shape the world. From entrepreneurs to artists, Grant uncovers the secrets of originality and offers practical advice on how to champion new ideas, navigate risks, and inspire others to embrace their own uniqueness. A must-read for those seeking to make a lasting impact and drive positive change.

Who should read Originals

  • Entrepreneurs and business leaders seeking innovative strategies for success.

  • Individuals looking to challenge the status quo and make a difference.

  • Anyone interested in understanding the psychology behind creativity and originality.

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Turning Pro

by Steven Pressfield

4.6 (3404 reviews)

What is Turning Pro about?

"Turning Pro" by Steven Pressfield is a transformative guide that empowers individuals to unlock their true potential and pursue their life's purpose. Through insightful anecdotes and practical advice, the book explores the journey from amateur to professional, urging readers to overcome self-doubt, resistance, and distractions. With a focus on discipline, commitment, and self-mastery, Pressfield inspires readers to tap into their inner power, embrace their calling, and create meaningful work that aligns with their authentic selves.

Who should read Turning Pro

  • Aspiring artists and creatives seeking guidance to overcome self-doubt.

  • Individuals looking to transition from amateur to professional mindset.

  • Anyone seeking motivation and inspiration to pursue their life's purpose.

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Crush it!

by Gary Vaynerchuk

4.6 (3033 reviews)

What is Crush it! about?

In this motivational guide, a renowned entrepreneur shares his insights on turning your passion into a successful business. With practical advice and real-life examples, the author emphasizes the importance of leveraging social media platforms to build your personal brand and connect with your target audience. Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur or looking to take your existing business to new heights, this book will inspire you to crush it and seize the opportunities of today's digital age.

Who should read Crush it!

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs seeking motivation and guidance to turn their passion into profit.

  • Small business owners looking to leverage social media for success.

  • Individuals seeking inspiration to pursue their dreams and achieve financial independence.

book21

What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-hunters and Career-changers

by Richard N. Bolles

4.6 (2139 reviews)

What is What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-hunters and Career-changers about?

"What Color Is Your Parachute?" is a comprehensive and practical guide for individuals seeking employment or contemplating a career change. Written by Richard N. Bolles, this manual offers valuable insights, strategies, and exercises to help job-hunters navigate the ever-evolving job market. With a focus on self-discovery, networking, and effective job search techniques, this book equips readers with the tools they need to find fulfilling and meaningful work.

Who should read What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-hunters and Career-changers

  • Recent college graduates seeking guidance in their job search.

  • Professionals looking to make a career change and explore new opportunities.

  • Individuals struggling with unemployment and seeking practical job-hunting advice.

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The Art of Asking

by Amanda Palmer

4.6 (1614 reviews)

What is The Art of Asking about?

In this captivating memoir, a renowned musician shares her journey of embracing vulnerability and the power of asking for help. Amanda Palmer explores the art of connecting with others, challenging societal norms, and building a supportive community. Through personal anecdotes and thought-provoking insights, she inspires readers to let go of fear and embrace the beauty of human connection, ultimately discovering the transformative nature of asking for and receiving help.

Who should read The Art of Asking

  • Individuals struggling with asking for help and accepting support.

  • Artists and creatives seeking inspiration and guidance in their careers.

  • Anyone interested in exploring the power of vulnerability and connection.

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The Passion Paradox

by Brad Stulberg, Steve Magness

4.6 (378 reviews)

What is The Passion Paradox about?

"The Passion Paradox" explores the complex relationship between passion and success, challenging the conventional wisdom that one must be completely consumed by their passion to achieve greatness. Drawing on scientific research and real-life examples, the authors delve into the benefits and drawbacks of an unbalanced life, offering practical guidance on how to harness passion effectively. This thought-provoking guide encourages readers to redefine their understanding of passion and find a healthier, more sustainable approach to achieving their goals.

Who should read The Passion Paradox

  • Athletes and high achievers seeking to understand the balance between passion and burnout.

  • Individuals looking to redefine success and find fulfillment in their lives.

  • Anyone interested in exploring the benefits of embracing an unbalanced life.

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Designing Your Work Life

by Bill Burnett, Dave Evans

4.6 (93 reviews)

What is Designing Your Work Life about?

"Designing Your Work Life" offers practical guidance on how to create a fulfilling and meaningful career. Written by two experts in design thinking, the book provides a step-by-step approach to help readers navigate the complexities of the modern workplace. With insightful anecdotes and actionable advice, it empowers individuals to make intentional choices, find happiness, and thrive in their professional lives.

Who should read Designing Your Work Life

  • Professionals seeking guidance on finding fulfillment and happiness in their careers.

  • Individuals looking to make meaningful changes and thrive in their work life.

  • Anyone interested in designing a more fulfilling and satisfying career.

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So Good They Can’t Ignore You

by Cal Newport

4.5 (5383 reviews)

What is So Good They Can’t Ignore You about?

In this thought-provoking book, the author challenges the conventional wisdom of "follow your passion" and argues that passion alone is not enough to find fulfilling work. Drawing on real-life examples and research, he emphasizes the importance of developing rare and valuable skills that can lead to autonomy, creativity, and a sense of purpose in one's career. A must-read for anyone seeking to navigate the complex world of work and find true satisfaction.

Who should read So Good They Can’t Ignore You

  • Young professionals seeking guidance on finding fulfilling careers.

  • Individuals feeling stuck in their current jobs and seeking change.

  • Graduates unsure about their career paths and seeking direction.

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The Art of Work

by Jeff Goins

4.5 (1103 reviews)

What is The Art of Work about?

"The Art of Work" by Jeff Goins is a transformative guide that helps individuals uncover their true calling and find fulfillment in their careers. Through inspiring stories and practical advice, the book explores the journey of discovering one's purpose, overcoming obstacles, and embracing the unexpected twists and turns of life. With insightful lessons and actionable steps, Goins empowers readers to pursue meaningful work and live a life of purpose and passion.

Who should read The Art of Work

  • Individuals seeking guidance to uncover their true life purpose.

  • Career changers looking for inspiration and practical steps to follow.

  • Anyone interested in personal development and finding fulfillment in work.

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Quitter

by Jon Acuff

4.5 (713 reviews)

What is Quitter about?

"Quitter" by Jon Acuff is a motivational guide that offers practical advice on how to transition from a dissatisfying day job to pursuing one's dream career. Acuff shares personal anecdotes and actionable steps to help readers identify their passions, overcome fear and uncertainty, and create a plan to bridge the gap between their current job and their desired future. This book serves as a roadmap for those seeking fulfillment and success in their professional lives.

Who should read Quitter

  • Young professionals seeking guidance on transitioning from a day job to their dream career.

  • Individuals feeling stuck in their current job and yearning for a change.

  • Entrepreneurs looking for practical advice on balancing their day job and side hustle.

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Do What You Are — Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type

by Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron, Kelly Tieger

4.4 (889 reviews)

What is Do What You Are — Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type about?

This book offers a unique approach to finding the ideal career by exploring the secrets of personality type. Written by renowned authors, it guides readers through a comprehensive understanding of their own personality traits and how they align with various career paths. By providing practical advice and insightful tips, this book empowers individuals to make informed decisions and pursue fulfilling careers that truly match their unique strengths and preferences.

Who should read Do What You Are — Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type

  • Individuals seeking guidance in finding their ideal career path.

  • Professionals looking to understand how personality type influences career choices.

  • Students and graduates wanting to make informed career decisions.

book29

The Squiggly Career

by Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis

4.4 (650 reviews)

What is The Squiggly Career about?

"The Squiggly Career" is a practical guide that challenges traditional career paths and empowers readers to navigate their own unique professional journeys. Written by Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis, this book encourages individuals to embrace the unpredictability of the modern workplace, offering insights, strategies, and tools to help readers design a fulfilling and successful career that aligns with their values, strengths, and aspirations. It provides actionable advice for those seeking to thrive in a rapidly changing work landscape.

Who should read The Squiggly Career

  • Young professionals seeking unconventional career paths and growth opportunities.

  • Individuals feeling stuck in their current career and seeking change.

  • Entrepreneurs and freelancers looking to navigate their own career paths.

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How to Find Fulfilling Work

by Roman Krznaric

4.4 (375 reviews)

What is How to Find Fulfilling Work about?

In this insightful guide, the author explores the concept of finding fulfilling work in a world where traditional career paths no longer guarantee satisfaction. Drawing on a range of real-life examples and practical exercises, the book offers a fresh perspective on career choices, encouraging readers to consider their passions, values, and personal strengths. With a focus on self-reflection and creative thinking, it provides valuable guidance for those seeking a more meaningful and fulfilling professional life.

Who should read How to Find Fulfilling Work

  • Recent graduates struggling to find meaningful career paths.

  • Professionals feeling unfulfilled and seeking a career change.

  • Individuals seeking a deeper sense of purpose in their work.

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Best Job Ever! Rethink Your Career, Redefine Rich, Revolutionize Your Life

by Dr. CK Bray

4.4 (11 reviews)

What is Best Job Ever! Rethink Your Career, Redefine Rich, Revolutionize Your Life about?

In this insightful and empowering book, Dr. CK Bray challenges readers to reconsider their career choices and redefine their definition of success. With a focus on personal fulfillment and happiness, he offers practical strategies and advice to help individuals revolutionize their lives and find their best job ever. Through engaging anecdotes and thought-provoking exercises, this book serves as a guide for anyone seeking to create a more fulfilling and rewarding career path.

Who should read Best Job Ever! Rethink Your Career, Redefine Rich, Revolutionize Your Life

  • Professionals seeking a fulfilling career change and increased personal wealth.

  • Individuals looking to transform their lives and find true happiness.

  • Ambitious individuals wanting to revolutionize their career and achieve success.

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Find Your Passion

by Henri Junttila

4.2 (921 reviews)

What is Find Your Passion about?

In this insightful guide, Henri Junttila presents 25 thought-provoking questions designed to help readers uncover their true passions and live a more fulfilling life. By delving into topics such as childhood dreams, personal values, and fears, Junttila encourages self-reflection and provides practical advice on how to align one's passions with their daily pursuits. With a focus on self-discovery and personal growth, this book serves as a valuable tool for anyone seeking to find their true calling.

Who should read Find Your Passion

  • Individuals feeling lost and seeking guidance to discover their passion.

  • Young adults unsure about their career path and seeking clarity.

  • Anyone looking to live a more fulfilling and purposeful life.

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Don’t Go Back to School

by Kio Stark

4.2 (47 reviews)

What is Don’t Go Back to School about?

In this empowering handbook, Kio Stark challenges the traditional notion of education and encourages readers to embrace self-directed learning. With inspiring anecdotes and practical advice, the book explores alternative paths to acquiring knowledge and skills, emphasizing the importance of curiosity, community, and real-world experiences. Whether you're considering a career change or simply seeking personal growth, "Don't Go Back to School" offers a roadmap for lifelong learning and finding fulfillment outside the confines of traditional education.

Who should read Don’t Go Back to School

  • Aspiring self-learners seeking guidance on pursuing alternative education paths.

  • Individuals dissatisfied with traditional schooling and seeking alternative learning methods.

  • Professionals looking to enhance their skills and knowledge outside of formal education.

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Leap

by Tess Vigeland

3.7 (104 reviews)

What is Leap about?

In this inspiring and relatable book, the author shares her personal journey of leaving a stable job without a backup plan to pursue a more fulfilling career and life. With honesty and vulnerability, she explores the challenges, fears, and triumphs of taking a leap of faith. Packed with practical advice and insightful anecdotes, this book serves as a guide for anyone seeking to find their true passion and create a life they truly desire.

Who should read Leap

  • Individuals feeling stuck in their current job and seeking a new career path.

  • Recent graduates unsure about their career choices.

  • Anyone looking for inspiration and guidance to pursue their true passion.

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The Defining Decade

by Meg Jay

What is The Defining Decade about?

"The Defining Decade" by Meg Jay is a compelling guide that emphasizes the importance of one's twenties and offers practical advice on how to navigate this crucial period. Drawing from her experience as a clinical psychologist, Jay explores the challenges and opportunities that arise during this transformative decade, urging readers to make intentional choices that will shape their future. With insightful anecdotes and research-backed insights, this book serves as a valuable resource for anyone seeking to make the most of their twenties.

Who should read The Defining Decade

  • Young adults in their twenties seeking guidance for navigating life's challenges.

  • Parents and mentors looking to understand and support young adults.

  • Individuals approaching their twenties

  • preparing for the decade ahead.