Explore the Ultimate July 2023 Reading List: Uncover captivating books worth the read and find out which ones to skip. Make the most of your reading adventures this month with our expertly curated recommendations.
1. On Getting Out of Bed: The Burden and Gift of Living by Alan Noble
In “The Struggles of Everyday Life,” Alan Noble candidly discusses the challenges we often hide. From daily sorrow to anxiety and mental illness, these are experiences that many face. Despite advancements in therapy and psychiatry, life’s burden still rests on the mundane choices we make, like getting out of bed.
Noble’s deeply personal essay explores the unique challenges of modern life, forging a connection with readers through his vulnerable storytelling. He emphasizes that persevering amidst suffering is a powerful testament to life’s goodness and the strength it can offer, even tying it to belief in something greater.
This essay is a poignant reminder that everyone faces struggles and that it’s okay to talk about them. Noble’s words offer hope and encourage us not to give up, finding meaning in life despite the hardships we endure. “The Struggles of Everyday Life” is an important read that urges authenticity and shows that there’s light even in the darkest times.
2. The 6 Types of Working Genius by Patrick Lencioni
“The 6 Types of Working Genius” is a fast and easy way to figure out the kind of work that makes you happy and full of energy. It helps you avoid work that makes you feel frustrated and tired.
Not only does it help you personally, but it also helps teams work better together. The model is simple and practical, making it easy for team members to use their natural talents and work well together. This makes the team more productive and stops them from judging each other too much. It’s a helpful tool for both individuals and groups!
2. Making a Scene by Constance Wu
Constance Wu, the talented actress from “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Fresh Off the Boat,” has written a wonderful and touching book. It’s all about family, love, relationships, feeling embarrassed, difficult experiences, and how she discovered her voice on the stage.
In this book, Constance shares her personal journey and the important things she learned along the way. It’s a heartwarming and inspiring story that will make you feel connected to her and her experiences.
If you enjoy stories about family, love, and finding your own voice, this book is a perfect choice for you. Constance Wu’s words will touch your heart and leave you feeling inspired.
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