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Eagle Eye Events’ List of Career Books Everyone Should Read

At Eagle Eye Events, we often share insight on leadership, teamwork, and business. In this blog post, we’d like to offer some different advice. Everyone should have a career strategy. Furthermore, they should be informed about the decisions they can make in order to achieve their personal and professional goals. Here are a few books we strongly recommend that everyone read in order to make strong career decisions.

Moving the Needle: Get Clear, Get Free and Get Going in Your Career, Business and Life!, by Joe Sweeney: This is definitely a good read for anyone contemplating a career move. It is all about how to successfully drive a job search, including setting goals and tracking progress.

How to Stress Less: Simple Ways to Stop Worrying and Take Control of Your Future, by Benjamin Bonetti: There are a lot of sources of stress in the professional world. Take Bonetti’s advice and learn how to control your future so you won’t have to worry so much.

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2015: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers, by Richard N. Bolles: This comically named book is an annually updated guide to the current state of the job market. It is helpful for anyone who is evaluating a career and considering future job changes.

These three books are great reads for everyone, especially those who are considering moving to a new job. Even if you aren’t planning a career change, the nature of the modern career means that it is worthwhile to stay up to date on job search ideas.

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