Have you ever felt overwhelmed and frustrated because of your circumstances and problems? Not to worry. I’ve yet to cross paths with someone who doesn’t feel that way. The good news is that there are ample books that can help you fine-tune your ability to sail through stressful times and, at the same time, these books have a lot to offer in terms of wisdom and knowledge. Below is the list of books we’ve curated to help you reach your potential and instill important life skills.
Amazon Kindle– It’s a device launched by Amazon for readers. This device provides access to various pdfs of books. The best part is you can purchase a book much cheaper than it’s hardcover. I would advise you to buy this product because it’s very useful. Now you can read any book anywhere with just this device and the internet. It saves and time and money.
Live Intentionally: Discipline, Mindset, Direction – A 90 Day Self-Project: This is the best program if you want to get your life in control. This program will get your life in control and purge you from all the bad habits. After this program, you’ll be able to unleash your potential and fill you with confidence. You’ll have a winning mindset. You’ll become the best version of yourself. I can vouch for this book. Take action.
The Secret: If you’ve ever struggled with the feelings of self-doubt and negativity, The Secret– by Rhonda Byrne, is a must-read. This book is one of the bestsellers of all time and for good reason. It puts into perspective the power of our minds, our capability to carve a niche for ourselves simply by using the Law of attraction. Some of the great men, like, Einstein, Edison, Galileo, used this secret to make some of the revolutionary changes.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: One of my personal favorites, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen R Covey, talks about the seven quintessential habits that we all should work towards developing. This book highlights the important skills that can go a long way in helping us achieve great strides in our careers and relationships. This book helped me learn that I am the in-charge of my own life and that I can change things for the better. Want to dig deeper into what these seven habits are all about? Give reading this book a try.
How to stop worrying and start living: I don’t want to assume that someone’s life can be completely devoid of worries. We all have our own shares of ups and downs and that’s what makes us human. But, at the same time, I’d like to believe that we want to get rid of the worries because, as they say, worry can make you ill, strip you of peace. That’s exactly what Dale Carnegie’s book on How to stop worrying and start living talks about. It talks about some of the best, doable strategies we can all implement in our lives to conquer worry so that we can make the most of our lives. By the end of the book, you will be familiar with the real-life experiences of people who applied these strategies and clawed their way out of the worry-laden life.
Rich Dad Poor Dad: One of the most fabled books in Finance. The book is a tale of two fathers. Poor Dad emphasis on studies and getting a job while the rich dad puts focus on acquiring skills and practical knowledge. The book lays a strong foundation for Finance. This book also puts forth the lack of financial education in schools. The book talks about Financial Literacy, how we should handle our finances, and where to invest? The book is a must-read for all the beginners in Finance.
Think and Grow Rich: This book provides a step-wise guide to accomplish your dreams. Napolean Hill after years of research on successful people, penned down this book. Many real-world examples of prominent personalities are in the book. This book lists various traits that are necessary to achieve your goal. Every chapter gives you a detailed analysis of a particular quality. This book will provide you a layout from scratch on how to achieve your dreams.
The Richest Man in Babylon: This book is set centuries ago about a man who becomes the richest man in Babylon. He narrates about the lessons that he learned from his mentor to become the richest man. He talks about simple and effective rules to amass wealth and how the management of your hard-earned money is so imperative. The rules for creating wealth are unchanging. The book is short and crisp on every point.
Shoe-Dog A memoir by the creator of Nike: Did you know that Nike was founded as Blue-Ribbon Sports? It was years later that it was changed to Nike. Phil, the founder of Nike details the many terrifying risks he encountered along the way to set up Nike, the crushing setbacks, the ruthless competitors, and hostile bankers. The path to creating swoosh a global icon was filled with enthralling lessons.
Steve Jobs by Walter Issacson: This is a comprehensive biography of Steve Jobs but nothing short of amazing. At a time when the world is seeking progress, Steve Jobs stands alone as an icon of imagination. This book delves deep into Steve’s personal life and gives a detailed account of what it takes to be a visionary like Steve Jobs. This book offer tales filled with lessons about leadership, innovation, character, and many more.
Titan: The Life of John D.Rockefeller, Sr: This is an unbiased biography, elegantly written. Rockefeller was the richest man in modern history and an icon in American history. This book is not filled with business and strategies, it has a lot of life lessons infused in its pages, lessons that he acquired in his successful career. This book provides details about this eccentric man exploring his public and private life with all the beautiful and ugly details like never before.
Muds, Sweats, and Tears by Bear Grylls: We all would have seen Man Vs Wild, but little do we know how much he had to grind to achieve this level. It was his sheer passion that led him to achieve greatness. This book teaches you the importance of passion. If you deeply crave something and you are consistently working towards it, you will achieve it, no matter the odds.