Books that make you think – Right International UK INSURANCE

Although recruitment is our core business, I like to share other articles that inspire and hopefully motivate.

Sometimes we face situations that we cannot predict and that can turn our world upside down and lead to great insecurity and ongoing stress, and the current Covid 19 crisis is no different.

After starting Right International for over 25 years, I have come across many challenging and difficult personal and financial situations, but somehow I have always managed to find a way through.

How we react to certain situations can have a big impact on what happens next.

Many years ago my father introduced me to a number of personal gurus of their time, and really many of their basic principles have not really changed, although they have been packaged and marketed differently.

I have listed some books that have helped me on the way to which I return regularly (tip: highlight / underline important points – easier to find).

How to make friends and influence people – Dale Carnegie

Think and get rich – Napoleon Hill

Awaken the inner giant – Tony Robbins – additional video – Concentrate on yourself

The monk who sold his Ferrari – Robin Sharma

The 7 habits of very effective people – Stephen Covey (I had the pleasure of meeting Stephen at the age of several, he was a real gentleman and a very humble person.)

If you haven’t read them yet, you should take a look at them.

PS: I don’t get royalties just because I thought I would share them 😄

Which books have inspired or motivated you? Please let me know that it would be great to share.

Stay positive and safe.

All the best,


Gary Pike, founder and CEO of Right International

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