Wednesday Motivation – 7 Books That Motivate You Like a Pro


It’s mid of the week and you’re feeling tired. A book on Wednesday motivation might
help you. The phrase Wednesday motivation is not new to those working through
the week. You’ve worked on two days of the week and now it’s Wednesday, the
middle of the week, which is also called Hump Day. You are looking for
motivation to sail through the rest of the week. You’ve tried quotes, sayings
and other things and now you’re looking for motivation that lasts long. Why not
try books? There are several books that you can choose for Wednesday
motivation. Here we are listing the best among them.

Wednesday Motivation Books


Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style by Carson Tate

Work Simply addresses one of the common problems all professionals face. It’s how
time flies. We aren’t able to make most of these productive hours. There is no
dearth of books on time management but as they one size doesn’t fit all these
books are not very useful for you. There are times when even after spending
several hours at work we are far from getting results. The book bridges the gap
between efforts and results. It’s replete with several inspirational quotes
that will motivate you on Wednesday.

Carlson Tate has been a consultant and coach to Fortune 500 companies. She gets to the
problem fast and comes out with innovative solutions. The book is also equipped
with an assessment tool to know about your productivity style. The book
elaborates on how to improve attention span, get maximum from your time and
achieve your goals. It has several quotes on Wednesday motivation that makes it
a great book in its category.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

As we are listing this as one of the best books for Wednesday motivation, we
think, whether we should talk about this book. The book written by Stephen R.
Covey is widely popular among the masses. The book offers you a never-before
approach to become effective. The concepts like the circle of concern and
circle of influence. The book has chapters on paradigm shift and principles,
independence vs interdependence, and stimulus vs response. In addition, you
will get guidance on leadership and management.

While going through the book, you will come across a section that asks you to prepare
a personal mission statement. It’s not ordinary advice as creating a personal
mission statement could eliminate many obstacles in your life and become
effective. If you are someone struggling with personal management and not able
to set your priorities then this book is a perfect cut for you with chapters
like Putting First Thing First.

With more than 300 pages, you have to be patient to read this book but the efforts
are worth it.

The Discomfort Zone: How to Get What You Want by Living Fearlessly by Farrah Storr

The Discomfort Zone by Farrah Storr is one of the must-have books for Wednesday
motivation. The author explores different sides of human nature to find that
human has a natural tendency to stay in their comfort zone but it is our
discomfort zone where all the rewards are lying. You have to spend a long time
in your discomfort zone if you want to improve your skill, enhance your
capability and get successful. The author asks you not to shy away from the
brief moments of discomfort to get that desired job, that dream house, or other
kinds of success you might be dreaming of for long. The author shows different
ways to overcome upcoming hurdles of life. The book caters to everyone who
wants to make it big in life but stops it due to fear of getting into the
discomfort zone.

Farrah Storr has been former editor of UK editions of Cosmopolitan and Elle. and she
wears many hats as host, presenter and motivator. Her book keeps the promises
it is making.

How to Work Without Losing Your Mind: A Realistic Guide to the Hell of Modern Work by Cate Sevilla

As the title suggests, How to Work Without Losing Your Mind is a great read for
anyone tired of the maddening speed of modern working life. Written in an
insightful and innovative manner the book has everything to help you survive
today’s highly fast and at times exhausting work culture. The beauty of the
book lies in that despite dealing the real-world complications, it doesn’t get
better and maintains a sweet, funny and engaging tone. The book offers a
practical lesson on how to maintain your sanity while dealing with demanding
bosses, unreasonable colleagues and daily grind of family life.

The book remains closer to reality as most of us come across a negative work
environment, get exhausted and start thinking about whether we are doing what
we had planned to do. The author Cate Sevilla who has worked with big
organizations like Google and Huff Post UK and has a great understanding of the
situations that makes her a competent authority to write on these issues.

Burnt Out: The exhausted person’s guide to thriving in a fast-paced world by Selina

Burnouts are common and anyone working for long hours throughout the years can
understand it. But is there any way out? Selina Barker shows you the way. If
you are also someone suffering from burnout, exhaustion and job-related stress
then her book titled Burn Out has several practical ideas on how to recover
from burnout and be productive once again. The problem of burnout is not
limited to a particular profession but spans across professions. The book has
several interesting quotes that make it a high in demand book for Wednesday

All of us believe that the advent of technology will make life easier but it has
complicated it. The book touches on this aspect. Written in an engaging manner
the book touches upon the challenges of modern-day life. The book tries to
bring some order in the modern-day chaotic life of professionals and everyone
desires so.

to Be Happy at Work: The Power of Purpose, Hope, and Friendship by Annie McKee

will change if you are unhappy at work. Every organization has its share of
problems. Extremely demanding bosses, poor work culture and extended hours of
work- the list of problems at work is ending. Despite all the problems the work
should be honored and loved, says Annie McKee in her book How to Be Happy at

convincingly writes on how the happiness of an individual is at the core of the
success of a team and organizations at large. In other words, a happy employee
is at the base of a successful company. The author with several years of experience
working with great industry leaders decodes what it takes to be successful at
work. In short, the book has everything to be your favorite book on Wednesday

on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig

you someone who blames yourself for the stress you have? It’s not entirely your
fault as the environment we live in also add to our stress and anxiety. In his
book – Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig – Matt Haig elaborates on these
issues and also offers you solutions you might like.

this book, he deals with several problems of modern-day life and comes up with
solutions of how to maintain your sanity when the world is driving you crazy.
As the advancement in technology is stealing the human approach from our life,
he suggests ways how to remain human in an increasingly technological world. He
doesn’t stop here but goes on to suggest how to stay happy when being worried
is fast becoming a norm. So, if you are selecting this book for Wednesday
motivation, you won’t regret your decision.

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