5 Audiobooks That’ll Make Your Long Drive Valuable
Originally published on www.lmt-lss.com.
You never know when you’re going to get stuck in a massive traffic jam or when the usual passing views of trees, bushes and buildings start to bore you. This is when a good audiobook can help to make your road trip a little more interesting.
Bossypants by Tina Fey
Length: 5 hours and 30 minutes
You probably know who she is: a celebrity, a successful writer, an actress and a producer. But what does she think of herself and her loved ones? How did she achieve her dreams? Tina Fey reveals it all — her journey from being just another girl to an iconic star — in her own voice.
The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Length: 16 hours and 43 minutes
Dan Brown’s books are always captivating. He knows how to mix suspense in his stories, and how to keep people guessing till the end. Listen to this while you are travelling and you’ll be surprised at how quickly time passes by. Fancy cracking the code on your next trip?
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Length: 7 hours and 37 minutes
At most times, we tend to think only about the destination. But what about the journey? This book will inspire you to appreciate the little things that make life beautiful. In the end, your destination won’t be all that important, and your journey will become priceless.
7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
Length: 3 hours and 22 minutes
Our effectiveness is a result of our attitude. How do we build lasting relationships? How do we manage time? How do we solve problems? Stephen Covey answers all of these questions and more in this book filled with practical tools that can be applied in our everyday lives — an excellent way to learn while you’re on the road.
Wise and Otherwise by Dr. Sudha Murthy
Length: 5 hours and 5 minutes
India is a country full of insightful stories. Dr. Sudha has traveled all around the country and collected 51 of them — giving us a closer look into all the little stories of India. Best part is, if you listen to this audiobook every day on your way to work, you’ll have a new story to share with your colleagues every single day.