Philosophy applied to the workplace: Principles to be your best self at work by William Swift (Book Review #1325)

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Philosophy applied to the workplace is a nonfiction self-help book providing the readers the ability to implement the best version of themselves into the already principles at hand.

The book is useful for entrepreneurs, business owners, and any employed person who wishes to better themselves in their career.

This is a short read and excellent for the ones who want to get to the point. The premise is to self-reflect. The interesting concept is that you need to learn about yourself and who you are before you can make radical mental adjustments.

While you may wish to have more guidance, this book provides just enough amount of information to get you thinking. With self-empowering material, you always seek the kind of writing that provokes the mind and inspires the reader. You accomplish such a desire by reading this work.

I recommend this book to self-help, self-improvement fans, and readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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