Books that make you want to get up early

This morning you woke up feeling like a real morning person and got up even 30 minutes earlier than usual... Your husband, dog and the neighbor who is looking through the window can't believe this... But idialogue Mentors are smiling because they know that it was their book recommendations that motivated you for a good morning read.

As they say... how you start the morning, so the day goes... They also say that all great minds read. Well, you got it already - it's time for you to read a great book. And to make getting up really worth it, here is a list of books recommended by idialogue Mentors.


Evelina Burokė:


David Epstein's "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World" is an antidote to anyone who still thinks career success can only be determined by narrow expertise.


Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead" - for the rehabilitation of egoism, because "A man's ego is the fountainhead of human progress".


Rūta Albrektienė:


"Crucial Conversations" by Joseph Grenny is a book that helps in both professional and personal space.


"Influencer" as well by Joseph Grenny is a book not about social media influencers, but about how to influence people to support your goals.


Eglė Vaišvilienė:


Daniel Coyle's „The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups” - these are great and simple examples of the importance of culture in companies.


Edita Kirdeikaitė:


"Behavior" by Robert M. Sapolsky is an impressive synthesis of the science of human behavior. Based on the latest research in various scientific fields, the author examines such topical topics as tribalism, xenophobia, hierarchy, competition, morality, free will, war and peace.


"The Body Knows Everything" by Bessel van der Kolk This contains an incredible amount of information on almost every aspect of trauma experiences, research, interventions, and theories. A holistic approach is evident, delving into the impact of overwhelming traumatic events on the brain, exploring the consequences of adverse childhood attachment patterns, child abuse, and chronic and long-term abuse. This book is a real "golden vein" of information.


David D. Burns "Guide to Good Emotions" helps understand that changing your life and solving problems can be started immediately and it is not necessary to analyze childhood experiences and traumas to the smallest details.


Ramunė Dirvanskienė "How the brain works" is for those who have wondered how the brain works, how important decisions are made, why does depression occur and why do people sleepwalk. As well, why does memory decline or Alzheimer's disease develop over the years. Most importantly, is it possible to improve brain activity and restore lost functions?


Diana Barauskienė:


Alan Pennington's "The Customer experience book" is perfect for a beginner CX expert - it's easy to read, with a lot of practical examples that can be applied to the desired extent.


Matt Watkinson's practical book "The Ten principles behind great customer experiences" is also perfect for getting inspiration and knowledge.


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