Have you had enough of the binge-watching, untimely meals, lack of confidence, and relatively cranky last couple of weeks? Perfect! While self-awareness is a great place to start, we have some specially curated, cutting-edge self-help books to help you reinvent yourself in these challenging times.
Surviving Remote Work by Sharon Koifman
When it comes to surviving remote work and thriving in your chosen profession, Sharon Koifman, CEO and Founder of DistantJob Remote Placement Agency and author of Surviving Remote Work, is a great subject matter expert you can lean on. Sharon sustained through the dot com crash. He survived working with outsourcers, founding and leading a fully remote business spread across four continents while taking good care of two toddlers at the time.
Sharon’s book, Surviving Remote Work, is the distillation of a decade of lessons. You will find valuable techniques to maintain company culture remotely or even build one from scratch. Get a world-class recipe for onboarding new remote people (praised by dozens of clients and hundreds of employees). Discover tips on how to manage and avoid distractions for yourself and your team. Get actionable techniques to keep the extroverts and introverts from your team from wanting to kill themselves. These are just some highlights of the topics discussed in the book.
A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method by Steven Joseph
Nobody likes the grumpy person in the room, the buzz killer at an intimate house party, or the cranky guy who keeps frowning through your entire presentation. But, there is no escape from the crankiness that sets on all of us no matter how hard you try, especially in this time of crisis.
Steven Joseph is a first-generation American, son of a Holocaust Survivor, attorney, negotiator, speaker, author, fully cured overweight person, five times Boston Marathon, and 16 times NYC Marathon runner. This humorist has spent 28 years as a partner with therapists. And most importantly, he is kind of a crankiness expert.
In his book, A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method, Steven uses good humor throughout to observe that we typically do not hesitate to pour out our CrankaTsuris (the tiniest, most dangerous dinosaur on the plane) all over. And when we pour it on our spouses, kids, parents, and siblings, there can be a CrankaTsuris retaliation.
We’re all cranky at times, but we’ve got to find more effective ways to be cranky while still making the world a happier place. In this book, you’ll learn how to do just that. Order your copy of A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method now.
Intermittent Fasting For Dummies by Dr. Janet Bond Brill
There is no better time than the present for self-reflection. The Pandemic has forced us to slow down and availed us an opportunity to reevaluate our personal habits. So what’s your health goal? Is it to lose weight and a few inches around the belly, or work on the metabolism to live healthier, longer?
For those of you who have heard about the widely popular intermittent fasting as a means to have a controlled diet plan, here is just the thing you need. Intermittent Fasting For Dummies by nutrition, health, and fitness expert Dr. Janet Bond Brill is much easier to follow compared to the highly restrictive, calorie-controlled diet books. The book highlights the scientific studies showing extraordinary health benefits through intermittent fasting.
Dr. Janet is a trusted name in the field. Her elaborate experience and immense passion for public education on health and fitness come through when Dr. Janet is invited to speak on popular talk shows. Her book, Intermittent Fasting For Dummies, shows you how to choose the method that’s best for you, presents the science behind intermittent fasting, its benefits like the fat-burning potential, cellular repair, controlled insulin, and blood sugar levels, to name a few.
A Fat Girl’s Confidence: I’m Fat. So What? By Patrice Brown
The digital medium, social media platforms, and mainstream TV are seeing a rise in content consumption. There is also a steep rise in body image and self-esteem issues amongst younger users. What’s being done to protect, educate, and elevate young minds from unrealistic expectations and inaccurate representation?
Patrice Brown has dedicated her life to better the world around her. As a Mental Health Counselor, she helps others shine, spread joy, and support countless friends, families, strangers, and community members. Patrice’s passion for helping people drove her to write a best-selling book, A Fat Girl’s Confidence Guide, to reach more people worldwide.
It’s common to think that big girls have low self-esteem and don’t feel as sexy as TV models with perfect bodies. Patrice never thought there was anything wrong with her until she started watching people on TV telling her she was too fat, sloppy, and certainly ugly. Commercials emphasized the need to have a perfect plastic-factory body to be acceptable. Even today, everyone assumes fat is sloppy or unattractive. Patrice has learned to embrace her body and chooses to live her life fat, free and fabulous! And A Fat Girl’s Confidence Guide is her effort to motivate you.
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