It’s a brand new year and what better way to start it off by making an effort to improve yourself! You can attend wellness seminars, reach out to the people whom you haven’t talked to in a while, or take some time reading self-help books that can guide you to be your best self this year. Here are some of our suggestions:
The Thinking Effect
By Michael Vaughan
This book helps change the way leaders think and shows them how to help their employees in turn. If you’re in a managerial position and want to improve yourself, while helping others step up their career game, then this book is perfect for you. In this book, Vaughan schools leaders on how to communicate with their employees as well as teaches them how they can make their employees think on their own. 

Get It Done
By Sam Bennett 
With this book, you can improve your productivity and creative at the same time. According to the publisher, this book addresses procrastination, lack of focus, and time-wasting habits, as well as writer's block, fear of failure, and self-sabotage. Want to kick that habit of putting things off until tomorrow? Grab a copy of this book now!

How To Win Friends and Influence People 
By Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie shares 30 principles on how to get along with everyone around you–from fundamental techniques in handling people to learning how to change others without giving offense or inviting resentment. After reading the book, you’ll be more confident with how you interact with others and might even gain a few more friends along the way. 

I Like Giving
By Brad Formsma
Remember that saying "Giving is better than receiving?" In his book, Brad Formsma encourages everyone to be giving to an extent, so that you can create a generous world that’s better for all of us. He gives inspiring stories, practical suggestions that help you create a lifestyle of generosity, and even ideas on how you can be giving to people around you every day. 

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