We strive to be as productive as possible with every minute of the day, which means that what others might consider idle time – like a commute – we see as a chance to develop ourselves. One of our favorite Zealous United Inc pastimes while going back and forth to the office is listening to audiobooks that increase our knowledge and expand our horizons.
Take, for example, “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” by Thomas Piketty. The author explores such issues as wealth creation in modern societies, sources of inequality, and how different methods of building an economy impact democracy. Piketty bases his theories on data from the last 200 years of history, showing how some of the trends that are occurring today had their roots in choices made a century or two ago.
Another title that’s topping our Zealous United Inc list is “Spark Joy: A Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up,” by Marie Kondo. Everyone knows that being tidy feels good, but Kondo really takes that idea to the next level and shows how simple steps toward being structured can make a huge impact. We also suggest the print or digital version of the book, which comes with helpful pictures.
We don’t let our commute time go to waste, and audiobooks can help you make the most of your time on the road as well. For more productive commuting tips, friend Zealous United Inc on Facebook.