Victor Hugo, in Les Miserables, famously said that ‘To love or have loved learning, that is enough. Ask nothing further. There is no other pearl to be found in the dark folds of life.’
Okay, so we inserted one small word into that infamous quote, but the message this Valentine’s is the same. We spend the day thinking about someone else when what we should occasionally be doing is devoting some of that time to ourselves, in particular, our learning and progression.
Instead, why not give the gift of knowledge and learning this Valentine’s Day instead? We’ve create a special Valentine’s Day Promotional Discovery Path to help you love your job.
We’ve also put together a range of book recommendations, not just focused on the normal Valentine’s themes, but on positivity, entrepreneurship, self-love and breaking habits.
Stress is something that everyone in their 20’s has to deal with. The founder of the popular Koru Mindfulness program developed at Duke University presents a unique, evidence-based approach to help twenty-somethings reduce stress and make important life decisions. Check it out here.
Being healthy doesn’t just do wonders for your waistline, but can also do wonders for your business’s bottom line. Let Leigh Stringer show you how.
In the age of AI and automation, Hess and Ludwig argue that humility is the new smart. Check it out here.
Want to improve your self-esteem using a proven program of cognitive techniques? Then check out Self-Esteem by Michael McKay and Patrick Fanning.
In such a progressive age, change is often argued for, and this essay of progressive ideas will get you thinking. Check it out here.
Want to act like a leader? Look no further than Dianna Booher’s Creating Personal Presence to help you look, talk, think, and act like a leader.
We all have those habits that we would love to break. Hugh Byrne PhD’s The Here-and-Now Habit can help you use mindfulness to break those unhealthy habits once and for all.