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🦩 4 books to add to your 2023 reading list (plus a BONUS)

Updated: Dec 12, 2022

4 Books to Gift These Holidays

1. For Conscious Parents
Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters or Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: If you're looking to have a better relationship with your daughter or son, you need these books. Our newest client, Dr. Meg Meeker, is a New York Times best-selling author and practicing pediatrician and teen health expert with over 30 years of experience.

2. Branding Simplified
Your Brand Should Be Gay: The world of branding is complex. We love how Re Perez— Brand Strategist, keynote speaker, CEO and founder of Branding For The People— simplifies it by using real-life case studies and behind-the-scenes stories to challenge your understanding of branding and share his proven branding process that has helped his clients shift from unknown to celebrity-like status.

3. Upgrade Your Writing Skills
Everybody Writes: Just like you're always doing business development, nowadays you're also a content creator 24/7. Therefore, your writing matters more than ever. Ann Handley gives you the strategies, techniques, tips, and tools you’ll need to refine, upgrade, and (most of all) inspire your own best content marketing.

4. How to Be a Better Human
Atlas of the Heart: If there's one book not to miss on this list, it's this one from Brené Brown. She takes you on a journey through 87 emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human and build connection. We can honestly say this changed the way we express and connect personally and professionally.

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