A hiring manager says these 4 books will help you be persuasive, collaborative and a good negotiator
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Principles by Ray Dalio
Principles for Success entails lessons for graduates who are now ready to enter the next phase of life. The author has narrated his experiences and how they have shaped him in a way to lead a successful life. The international bestseller talks about setting goals, learning from one’s own mistakes, and the power of collaborative work.
According to Sonalkar, it is a powerful book that shows the importance of having a set of guidelines to live by and how it is these guidelines that define you as an individual.
Factfulness by Hans Rosling
Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World - and Why Things Are Better Than You Think is a book by Hans Rosling that talks about the different perceptions about things and how biases often holds us back from creating an impact, and bringing a change. The book covers a wide range of topics like how many young women go to school, what's the average life expectancy across the world, what will the global population be in 2050 and more.
“I believe that for anyone who is inherently curious about the world, this book is a must read,” Sonalkar says.
Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It by Chris Voss
Sonalkar believes that having the skills to negotiate is very important for a person as well as a business. Written by Chris Voss, who is a former FBI hostage negotiator, the book focuses on the importance of
The book includes stories of the author’s confrontation with criminals, bank robbers and even terrorists. It talks about the strategies to become more persuasive on both the personal and professional front.
Screw It, Let’s Do It by Richard Branson
Written by an entrepreneur Richard Branson, this book is a compilation of the lessons that, according to Sonalkar, show how optimism, open-mindedness and relentless hard work can get you through absolutely anything you face. The book narrates these lessons with examples on how the author imbibed them to make a difference.
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