Books from Your Peers: Why You Should Read and What to Read
Reading books is a great way to spend time, and it offers many benefits, including stimulating the brain, improving abilities in comprehension, reducing stress, and improving the quality of sleep. Some of the top CEOs in the world manage to read, on average, 60 books a year! It may seem like a lofty goal to read that many from the start, but by simply reading for 15 minutes a day before bed, you could complete at least five books this year.
You may be thinking, "I already read for school." However fatigued you might be, there are books of all genres available to suit your interests. A good novel or non-fiction biography will help you reduce stress and reduce fatigue.
Choosing a book can be another daunting task – between Bill Gate's annual reading list and the New York Times' Best Sellers – there are too many books from which to choose! Don't worry; we're here to help. Why not take some inspiration from your peers at CDI College?
The following books were submitted by the participants from our last social media contest, which asked CDI College students what they're are currently reading.
Transfer of Power by Vince Flynn
Politics, technical detail, and suspense await you in this thriller novel that puts the President of the United States in grave danger.
Joyland by Stephen King
If you enjoy being in Stephen King's universe, you shouldn't pass this one up. Crime, mystery, horror – this novel has it all.
Immerse yourself in this horror novel from page one, and sit on the edge of your seat as you follow the main character in her struggle to survive a serial killer.
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close Encounters with Addiction by Gabor Maté M.D.
Dr. Maté shares many heart-wrenching stories from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and gives the reader an in-depth look into the world of addiction and social work.
Professional and Personal Development
The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen & Robert G. Allen
Mark Victor Hansen is the mastermind behind the Chicken Soup series, and Robert G. Allen is an expert in wealth creation. They share with you the possibility of becoming a millionaire in one minute.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
If you haven't read this book yet, you need to now. Robert Kiyosaki tells his story of growing up with two dads: one rich and one poor. Do you need a high income to be considered rich?
Autoportrait de l'auteur en coureur de fond by Haruki Murakami
If you want to write for a living, read this memoir about long-distance running and how it can be a metaphor for an author's journey in writing.
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