Reading Tips for Business Trips
The next business trip is lying ahead and you do not know how to spend your spare time best yet? This is the best opportunity to read a book once again. And in order to use the storage space in your suitcase for appropriate business clothes instead of weighty tomes, we selected the best eBooks for you that you can easily read on your tablet or smartphone.
“The $100 Startup“
Actually you are not absolutely satisfied with your job, your colleagues or your employer and would rather go into business for yourself? Then let yourself get gripped by your ambition and improve your career even during your spare time! For the essential motivational push we recommend “The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future” by Chris Guillebeau. The title says it all, the author is not only writer but also entrepreneur and gained many experiences on his world trips. In his book, he describes 50 examples of people without special knowhow who managed to make their dream of an own company come true. Additionally Chris Guillebeau delivers the necessary knowledge for a company foundation together with interesting business ideas and tips how to create a work-life-balance. “The $100 Startup” is not only recommended by us, but also by marketing expert Seth Godin, so do not hesitate any longer and start with your personal fulfilment!
“The Girl on the Train“
If you rather let yourself get thrilled by reading a book to escape the daily routine, we recommend the international bestseller “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. The main character Rachel has recently lost her job and tries to drown her sorrows in alcohol. To maintain her workaday life compulsively, she continues going by train to her former place of employment every morning and at that observes the in her way of thinking perfect couple. She pictures their perfect life until the woman suddenly disappears without trace and is reported as missing. Rachel barges into the investigations and thereby gets tangled up in lies and uncertainties. Her blackouts caused by drinking do not simplify the solution of the criminal case. “The Girl on the Train” is captivating until the last page and will guarantee you a suspense-packed business trip.