If you’ve ever come across the notion that it takes 10,000 hours to become the master of a craft, then you’ve heard of Malcolm Gladwell before. His bestselling business book Outliers was the first to introduce us to the idea that “time on task” is a key determinant of success.
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Daniel H. Pink’s 2009 business book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us is all about the science of motivation. More specifically, it’s about the mismatch between what we think we know about motivation, and how motivation actually works. It’s a relatively short (under 300 pages) book, with the
Every few year, a new buzzword shakes up the world of self-help business books. We’ve seen the rise and fall of buzzwords like Flow, Growth Mindset, and Deep Work. In 2016, Angela Duckworth introduced a new one to the scene Grit. According to the author, grit is the ability to
The Power of Habit is a 2012 nonfiction book that’s all about taking a new look at habit formation through a scientific lens. Drawing on dozens of practical cases, this book examines how we form habits and what roles they play in our lives. Ultimately, this book addresses the real
The Art of the Start 2.0 is the newest, updated version of Guy Kawasaki’s popular 2004 business book The Art of the Start. It’s a 300 pages-long nonfiction book on starting things. A new company, a new product or service, a new non-profit… whatever you want to start, Guy Kawasaki