Heya, Nik here with 3 more free and exciting book summaries (plus one video) for you!

This week’s video highlights 3 of Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life. Peterson and his views have found many fans and critics alike, but personally, I liked looking at his 12 Rules (their core statements) and then just thinking about what they might mean for myself.

These 3 are the ones I found most helpful and how I interpret them:

In other news, we also published our list of the 21 best books about habits this week. Whether you’re looking to improve your financial, exercise, or work habits, take a look!

And now on to our books of the week!

Thanks For The Feedback by Douglas Stone

1-Sentence-Summary: Thanks For The Feedback will skyrocket your personal growth and success by helping you see the vital role that criticism of all kinds plays in your ability to improve as a person and by teaching you how to receive it well.

Top 3 Lessons:

  1. Start getting better at receiving feedback by learning about its three types and the purpose of each.
  2. Seek to understand what others tell you to improve on before you react to it.
  3. Take advantage of feedback by having a growth mindset if you want to reach your full potential.

If you want to get to the next level with your self-improvement, this book is for you.

The Ride Of A Lifetime by Robert Iger

1-Sentence-Summary: The Ride Of A Lifetime shares the inspirational story of Robert Iger, including his journey to becoming the CEO of Disney and how his vision, strategy, and leadership guided the company through a time when it’s future was uncertain.

Top 3 Lessons:

  1. Pay attention to what you might consider coincidence, it just may end up leading you to success.
  2. Even if an idea you have sounds crazy, try it anyway because you never know what great opportunities will come from it until you do.
  3. Don’t give up on even the toughest of aspirations, remember that you can utilize your connections to make great things happen.

If you want some inspiration to reach your biggest business goals, this book is for you.

The Power Of Showing Up by Daniel J. Siegel & Tina Payne Bryson

1-Sentence-Summary: The Power Of Showing Up inspires parents to help their kids develop strong bonds and emotional intelligence by identifying how to be fully present as well as the benefits of doing so.

Top 3 Lessons:

  1. Give your kids physical and emotional safety if you want to develop a strong bond with them.
  2. You need to know what your children desire instead of just imposing yours on them if you want to help them know themselves and truly meet their needs.
  3. Don’t threaten youngsters when they’re throwing a tantrum, soothe them to help them develop emotional intelligence.

If you want to become a better parent and help your kids learn how to deal with emotions in healthy ways, this book is for you.

That’s everything for now, we hope your weekend is fantastic!

Happy reading,

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