Here is a list of resources that have helped me in my life and career. You’ll find everything from books to software.
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This is a great book by Brene Brown. Lot’s of good information. I love her advice about digging deep using her D.I.G. strategy. Really helps when you are emotionally and physically exhausted but need to get going.
Audible has changed my life. I don't have much time to sit and read so listening to books on my commute has helped me grow, both personally and professionally. If you don't have Audible, you have to get it. It'll change your life.
This is a powerful book for becoming an influence and inspiration to others. If you put Dale Carnegie's strategies into practice, people will look up to you and respect your advice and wisdom.
Feedly is a free blog aggregator tool. I like to use websites like Feedly to find and collect all of my favorite sites in one place. It beats having to go to different websites every day to see if they have new content.
My wife got me a subscription several years ago and I fell in love with it. Guys this is a great subscription service if you are wanting to know what is out there for men as far as beauty products. Every month I get anything from face wash to watches to cologne. And only 10 bucks a month! Guys you gotta try it or ladies this is a great gift for your man.
Get Smart by Brian Tracy is not a long read but contains valuable information for those who want to make a change in their finances and life in general. Make sure you add this to your self-help book collection.
If you are looking to start putting some money away, whether for retirement or vacation, you can't go wrong with Acorns. Basically it rounds your purchases up and saves it for you. So if you buy a Starbucks coffee for $4.60, it will invest $.40 cents to make it 5. Barely noticeable but money adds up for you fast! I use it as my Christmas fund every year.