3 Books to Read in Your 20s
1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
In all honesty, Seth Godin’s works are excellent books for both men and women to read in their twenties, but I’ll leave this one here since it’s so incredibly thought-provoking and motivating. The third class of workers, known as linchpins, are discussed. the individuals who have mastered the art of being indispensible. gaining access to the confidence and abilities that can transform an ordinary profession or life into something extraordinary.
2. Mindset by Carol Dweck
Readers shouldn’t be surprised by this book because we discuss attitude frequently on our blog. Learn about the “psychology of success,” based on decades of research by psychologist Carol Dweck of Stanford University (the author).
She offers a framework for changing from a fixed to a growth mindset and explains how to use this research to maximize your life before the age of 30.
3. My Year with Eleanor by Noelle Hancock
It’s possible that I have a prejudice because I have always loved Eleanor Roosevelt’s quotes, such as “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent” and “Do one thing every day that scares you,” which is the inspiration for this book.
We follow Hancock as she navigates what has been labeled “a Year of Fear” in her 29th year of life after she lost her job as an entertainment blogger and is now dealing with the guilt and self-doubt that come along with being unemployed. She resolves to use Roosevelt’s words as her mantra for the year in an effort to combat her newly discovered anxiety, and she brings us along on adventures that range from shark diving to facing ex-boyfriends.
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