Self-Development Books We Love
One of Neora’s Core Values is “Pursue Constant Development of Self,” because we believe no matter how accomplished, fulfilled and successful we are, there’s always room for improvement and growth. Inspired by National Book Lovers Day, we asked Neora executives to share their favorite personal development books that have made a difference in their lives.
Of course, we’re incredibly proud that Neora’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Jeff Olson, is the author of The Slight Edge, a best-seller that helps people worldwide find success and happiness. And speaking of happiness, we also have to brag on our own Deborah K. Heisz, Neora Co-Chief Executive Officer, and her book, Live Happy: Ten Practices for Choosing Joy. Here are more great recommendations:
Neora Founder & Chief Executive Officer
-Deborah K. Heisz
Neora Co-Chief Executive Officer
-Amber Olson Rourke
Neora Co-Founder & Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
Neora Co-Founder & Chief Leadership Officer
We also asked our Brand Partners – dedicated experts in self-development – to share some of the books that have inspired them:
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
One of the top-10, best-selling self-help books of all time is considered a must for anyone on their journey to find success.
You Are a Badass by Jen SinceroThis newer addition to the world of personal development is based on the premise that everyone has a unique talent to share – you just have to realize it!
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
This beloved classic can help anyone learn how to form genuine relationships and effectively share your ideas.
Go Pro by Eric WorreIf you’re new to network marketing, this book is full of great tips to get you started.
A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron GikandiThis book is about so much more than money, with a focus on discovering value within yourself and other people.
GRIT by Angela Duckworth
GRIT discusses why the many skills linked to success don’t mean anything if you’re not willing to persevere through the hard times as well as the easy times.
Thank you so much for sharing the books that inspired you all! It is thanks to Neora that I got back to reading! I always said I loved reading but I did it very little. After joining Neora I strated reading 10 pages a day, now 10 pages is rarely enough. And I’m so grateful for all the books I have read through this program. Rigt now I’m reading 4 at the same time, which is weird to me!, Dare To Lead by Brené Brown is one, “The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks, “The 24 irrefutable laws of leadership” by John Maxwell, and, OMG!, loving loving loving : “Dodging Energy Vampires” by Christiane Northrup.