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Yolo Kasol June 2022

Books that will help you during your internship

Are you an intern looking for some books to help you navigate the professional world? Whether you want to learn new skills, impress your boss, or find your passion, there are plenty of books that can guide you along the way. Here are 10 must-read books for interns that will inspire you, challenge you, and prepare you for your future career.

10 Must-Read Books:

1. Do What You Are: Discover the Perfect Career for You Through the Secrets of Personality Type by Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron, and Kelly Tieger.

This book uses personality frameworks, like the Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram test, to help you find a career that suits your strengths, interests, and preferences. You will learn how to choose a job that matches your personality type, how to leverage your natural talents, and how to avoid common pitfalls in your career path. This book is ideal for interns who are still exploring their options and want to find their true calling.

2. What Colour Is Your Parachute? 2021: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers by Richard N. Bolles.

This is a classic book that has helped millions of people find their dream jobs. It teaches you how to conduct a self-inventory, how to research potential employers, how to write effective resumes and cover letters, how to ace interviews and negotiate salaries, and how to start your own business. This book is perfect for interns who are looking for practical advice and proven strategies to land their next job.

3. Designing Your Work Life: How to Thrive and Change and Find Happiness at Work by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans.

This book is based on the popular Stanford course “Designing Your Life” that teaches you how to apply design thinking principles to your work life. You will learn how to create a work life that is fulfilling, meaningful, and adaptable. You will also discover how to overcome common challenges such as burnout, boredom, and uncertainty. This book is great for interns who want to design a work life that works for them.

4. The Intern’s Handbook: A Thriller by Shane Kuhn.

This is a novel that follows the adventures of John Lago, an intern at a prestigious law firm who is actually a hired assassin. He is on his last assignment before he retires, but things get complicated when he falls in love with a fellow intern who may be his next target. This book is a fun and thrilling read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It is also a satire that exposes the dark side of the corporate world and the intern culture.

5. The Intern Blues: The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor by Robert Marion.

This book is a memoir that chronicles the experiences of three medical interns during their first year of residency. It reveals the harsh realities, the emotional toll, and the personal growth that they go through as they learn how to save lives and cope with death. This book is a candid and compelling account that will give you an insight into the medical profession and the human condition.

6. The Intern Factor: How to Earn Your Own Ticket to Any Career You Want by Mark Lyden.

This book is a guide that shows you how to use internships as a stepping stone to your desired career. It covers topics such as how to find and apply for internships, how to make a good impression and network effectively, how to turn your internship into a full-time job offer, and how to leverage your internship experience for future opportunities. This book is a valuable resource for interns who want to make the most of their internships and achieve their career goals.

7. Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg.

This book is a manifesto that encourages women to pursue their ambitions and overcome the barriers that hold them back in the workplace. It draws on research, personal stories, and practical advice to address issues such as gender bias, imposter syndrome, work-life balance, and leadership skills. This book is an empowering and inspiring read for female interns who want to lean in and lead.

8. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey.

This book is a classic that teaches you how to develop habits that will help you achieve personal and professional success. It covers principles such as being proactive, setting goals, prioritising tasks, collaborating with others, and continuous improvement. This book is a must read for interns who want to improve their productivity, performance, and potential.

9. How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.

This book is another classic that teaches you how to communicate effectively, persuade others, and build relationships. It covers skills such as listening actively, expressing appreciation, giving feedback, resolving conflicts, and inspiring action. This book is a must read for interns who want to win friends and influence people.

10. The Intern Files: How to Get, Keep, and Make the Most of Your Internship by Jamie Fedorko.

This book is a handbook that covers everything you need to know about internships. It covers topics such as how to prepare for your internship, how to dress and act professionally, how to handle assignments and deadlines, how to deal with difficult bosses and coworkers, how to balance work and school, and how to get hired after your internship. This book is a must-read for interns who want to get, keep, and make the most of their internship.

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11. Bonus: Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles.

This book is a book of wisdom that examines the importance of finding your ikigai, or your reason for being. It draws on the lessons from the people of Okinawa, Japan, who have the highest life expectancy in the world. It teaches you how to discover your passion, mission, profession, and vocation, and how to balance them in harmony. It also introduces you to various practices that can enhance your well-being, such as logotherapy, Morita therapy, Tai Chi, flow, yoga, and wabi-sabi. This book is a bonus read for interns who want to find their ikigai and live a long and happy life.

These are 10 must-read books for interns that will help you learn new skills, gain new insights, and advance your career. Whether you are an intern in medicine, law, business, or any other field, these books will provide you with valuable knowledge and guidance. Happy reading!

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