The Inner Critic Unmasked Your Inner Critic is Often Your Worst Enemy

In this practical book, you will learn, among other things, how to deal with a ‘critic attack’ and how that inner critic can become an intelligent, alert and supportive life partner.

Dirk Berkers recommends the book on LinkedIn: “A practical plea to be less critical in our daily work and beyond. ”

Creative Writing

We already shared this book tip last year, but again it was brought up by our community. So worth mentioning. This book is a must-read for copywriters and anyone who wants to write creative texts, but is not that creative themselves.

Charlotte Meindersma writes in her review: “In his book, [Ishak] tells you which questions to ask yourself, which tropes you can apply and how to use a system with which you can write Payroll Directors Email Lists creative copy.” According to her, it is a very practical book that combines background and content with good examples. You don’t get stuck with theory, so you can immediately start writing inspired after your holiday.

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How to Win Friends and Influence People

We conclude with this timeless bestseller from 1936(!). It is one of the best known books on motivation. Dale Carnegie argues that success comes primarily from the ability to express ideas, demonstrate leadership, and generate enthusiasm in others. He teaches you 3 techniques for dealing with people, 6 ways to make yourself loved, 12 steps to convince people and 9 ways to change people without causing irritation. That’s a lot of value for one book. In Socrates on Sneakers , practical philosopher Elke Wiss discusses the art of good conversation. She shows why we are so bad at asking good questions and how we can get better at it. Learn the skills needed to ask those questions that surprise and make you think. This way you can have conversations that lead to deepening and connection. With someone else, but also with yourself.

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