2017 Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Awesome Ideas for the Personal Development Junkie on Your List
We are all a work-in-progress, but some of us are more committed to “the work” than others. For the self improvement junkie on your holiday gift list we put together a lineup of resources they are sure to love. From top self improvement books to proven online classes, the gifts on this list are perfectly attuned to those who are eternally seeking a better way.
By leveraging the latest ideas around design thinking principles, Bill Burnett and Dave Evans created a class that teaches its students how to apply the methodology to big life decisions.
The over-achiever on your list has things to do! A Moleskin is essential for tracking progress on a to-do lists, taking notes, and safe-keeping ideas.
There is a reason Mel Robbins can fill a convention center. Her motivational talks, theories and ideas have positively impacted people around the globe. Her latest book, “The 5 Second Rule” is sure to appeal to the over-achiever on your holiday gift list.
This class is for anyone who wants to start making actual change in their lives and stop living in doubt.
The subtle art of body language speaks volumes. Help the over-achiever on your holiday gift list “Captivate” with this title from Vanessa Van Edwards.
We all want to be happy but most of us have no idea what drives our internal joy triggers. This course shows you how happiness is concrete and achievable and reveals how it benefits every area of our life.
The Moth offers up excellent storytelling in audio format. It aims to connect us as humans and foster mutual understanding – a worthy goal, worth supporting.
Dull presentations are bad for business. Help the self improvement junkie on your holiday list win more business – the fun(ny) way.
Tailored for the female over-achiever in your life, the title says it all.
You don’t have to be a spring chicken to strategically increase your net worth. If you have an ambitious someone who is less-than-young on your holiday list this class is just for them.
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