I know what many will think right now. How boring! Admittedly books on Business (or Economy for that matter) aren't exactly known for being fun reads, and that's not even counting in the fact that we're talking non fiction too. Double whammy!
Now, if I asked you to name at least one book that fits into the category of a non fiction book about Business, what would you come up with? Anyone? Hello-ooo?
Settle in for a surprise, because I'm fairly sure that at least some of you might have heard of these two:
Who Moved my Cheese (Spencer Johnson)
Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Goleman)
Doesn't quite sound like it'd be all that dreadfully dry, am I right? Thought so. You see, the point is that many non fiction genres will mingle with each other, not only giving them more dimension, but generally speaking, presenting a broader approach to a topic. So why not throw in some psychology, self-help, or science too?
I can already tell that at least one or two of you (I am ever the optimist, eh?) would like to delve deeper into this matter! If you're interested in Business and Economy and would like to get some real fine book recommendations too I suggest you check out The Enlightened Economist blog.
Have you read any books in this non fiction genre which left a lasting impression on you, please feel free to share in the comments!
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There are three stages in scientific discovery. First, people deny that it is true, then they deny that it is important; finally they credit the wrong person.
Now let's get your read on! Whether in bed, the bath, or boudoir.
Tales from the Bed: A Memoir (Jenifer Estess)
The Stone Boudoir (Theresa Maggio)
Ever considered reading about business condact? How about walking in the woods with Mr. Bryson then? Or would you much rather soak in your spiritual bath?