56: Must-Read Book Recommendations for Aspiring Actuaries
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Journeyers! It’s been quite some time since we had some 1-on-1 time and, after having a great Journeyer Community Hangout this weekend, I wanted to take today to sit back and just chat with you all.
Today, I want to share with you some of the top books that I recommend for your actuarial journey. These books all speak to some of our biggest focuses at Actuarial Journey: productivity, success, and living a lifestyle of your choosing while succeeding in your career,
Here are the recommendations – Listen to the episode to find out why I find each of them to be important.
I’m also going to toss out a bonus book that I didn’t mention on the podcast that in retrospect deserves at least a shout out
We’re starting the Actuarial Journey Book Club and the first book is The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. Get started on it now, and we’ll have a book club follow-up in mid-November!
We’re also hosting a LIVE WEBINAR on Monday Nov. 2nd! Sign up athttps://www.actuarialjourney.com/webinar to get details about this and upcoming webinars.
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After this episode, you’ll be able to:
- Identify five must-read books related to success on your Actuarial Journey
- Join upcoming Actuarial Journey live sessions
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