209 Hours Worth of Audiobooks That Will Make You A Better Leader

Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other — John F. Kennedy

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey, the average commute time in the United States is 26.9 minutes. Using the same estimate to calculate the commute home, the average person is spending a little over 4 hours per week driving.

That’s 17 hours a month, or 209 hours that could be spent on personal development per year. So lets take a look at some books that will get you well on your way to becoming a better leader.

Decision Making & Problem Solving

Management & Leadership

Strategy

Negotiating

Applied Psychology / Philosophy

WTF

Your commute just became your new career coach. Spend the time wisely.

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Product Manager | Facilitator | Former Nurse | Army Vet | Always Forward!

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