TechInAfrica – Overcoming the impossible in business can start from a great read. When you’re active in your business, you might want to keep your products far from outdated. Reading books could offer resourceful insights into the dynamic business world. It allows you to re-evaluate your strategies, infrastructures, and goals. Here we cover 3 books that will soothe your exhausted souls.
Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in A Noisy World (Cal Newport)
With this book, you are encouraged to take a step back from your noise-filled world, the social media craze, and loss of real social interaction. Have a sweet fast from your social media to reflect on the less noisy part of your world, to find a sense of peace that’s hard to feel nowadays. Digital Minimalism breaks free of the argument ‘more is more’ and instead helps us discovering what matters most to us.
Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less (Michael Hyatt)
Hyatt will get your priorities straight, literally. To-do-lists are good, but what’s the point if you’re not starting from the highest priority? Getting plenty of tasks done but not the right one seems like a waste and Hyatt’s insight will particularly be very useful for overworked business owners.
The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance (Steven G. Rogelberg)
Rogelberg approach team meeting in an anecdotal manner while reminding us to keep meetings efficient and purposeful. With excellent statistic accompanying his point, this book is a great resource for managing team meetings, especially for the leaders.
These business books may either change one’s perspective or nourish it that as a business owner, you would be able to face each brand new day with an enlightened mind and heart.