Your knowledge is the only thing that no one can take away from you. People learn all their lives. Sometimes this is due to rapid technological advances, and sometimes because of their own needs. But everyone wants to acquire a certain skill as soon as possible. This is a list of books that will help you learn something new in just 30 days.
“Successful Business Planning in 30 Days” by Peter J. Patsula
This book is written for those who want to have their own business. But it can also be useful for managers who are planning to develop a new direction. Patsula developed detailed instructions. This will help you build a decent business plan in just 30 days.
“Successful Business Plan: Secrets & Strategies” by Rhonda Abrams
With this book, Abrams helps beginners to create a useful business plan instead of just paper for investors. In her opinion, the business plan is a road sign that leads to success. So, this is something that needs to be created wisely.
“The Body Language of Liars” by Lillian Glass
The ability to determine whether a person is lying – everyone can have that. Lillian Voice, a body language expert, shares a simple approach to detecting lies at any level. It’s good for those “white lies” that can affect your whole life.
“Telling Lies” by Paul Ekman
Paul Ekman is an American psychologist known all over the world. In her book, she teaches you to notice the small details that other people do not see. They can help you discover both small and big lies.
“Becoming a Fluent: How Cognitive Science Can Help Adults Learn a Foreign Language” Richard M. Roberts, Roger J. Kreuz
The authors of the book are cognitive scientists. They have gained all their scientific experience in helping adults to learn foreign languages.
“The Power of Forgetting: Six Essential Skills to Clear Out Brain Clutter and Become the Sharpest, Smartest” Mike Byster, Kristin Loberg
The writer and mathematician have teamed up to write this book. They have made an excellent guide for people who want to discover their full potential. This book is not just about remembering, but also about achieving efficiency in everything you do. The authors provide you with a learning and exercising strategy that will help you get used to this way of thinking.
“Breakthrough Rapid Reading” by Peter Kump
Who would not like to read more quickly his favorite books and can remember all the important information from them? Quick reading is a good solution. In his book, Kump writes about the theories that are taught in the best fast reading courses. He also offers readers some of his unique methods.
“Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques” Michael Michalko
Creative thinking is not an innate function. In his book, Michael, a leading creativity expert, collected and systematized some strategies that help creative thinking. Techniques, exercises and some very difficult puzzles let you take the first steps towards creative thinking.