Never read motivation books if you want to have yesterday’s life. But if you want better and need more motivation, you should: a) read more than one book per month; b) read the most inspiring self-help books!
Oh yes, books can recharge + inspire you. After all, I’ve tried it myself! And I know which ones worked for me personally! So in a moment, I will tell you about them!
10 motivational books I recommend reading in the next 10 months!
Man’s Search for Meaning
Victor E. Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning” appears to be one of the best motivational books where you get to learn about the truth. Here he reveals his disturbing and heart-wrenching days at the Nazi death camps and how he found a way to spiritual survival under such circumstances. He emphasizes the need to adapt to the suffering and find meaning in it until we emerge to be better people.
Get Things Done
Get Things Done is a book about the art of stress-free productivity, which is popular among millennial readers. David Allen, a New York Times best-selling author, has written it. As the pressures of modern life get more intense, Allen provides a wealth of practical advice on how to organize yourself to be more productive.
Screw It, Let’s Do It: Lessons in Life
Sometimes knowing about other people’s life stories can help you gain a perspective concerning the changes your life might require. The book “Screw It, let’s Do It: Lessons in Life” written by Richard Branson, gives that broader perspective: you should give things a go without the worry of failures.
You Are a Badass
Most of us spend our lives in self-doubt concerning our abilities and performances. The book “You Are a Badass” by Jen Sinero is the perfect solution for any such inhibitions. Here you get to learn how to let go of self-doubt and know your real value. The 27-short chapters will take you on a hilarious journey, guided by personal growth, leading to overall development. Success in life and money-making are two intrinsic traits you get to learn here.
The Art of Happiness
The Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama integrated his ideas into this book that helps you practice the discipline of self-reflection. The book shows you how to discover your life more by peeking into your inner self. When you find out what happiness is for you, you start getting a clear vision of life and its perspectives. Dalai Lama’s book helps you understand the intricacies of life and its greater philosophy.
Gabrielle Bernstein did an outstanding job in Super Attractor by expressing her personal feelings and experiences, demonstrating how the inner self is the supreme driving force that helps people get things done with minor mistakes. She adamantly advises readers to engage in mental exercises, and the book is also excellent in demonstrating the power of empathy.
Make Your Bed: Small Things That Can Change Your Life And Maybe The World
Willam H. McRaven, a navy sea admiral, started the “Make your bed” movement through this book. Are you still not a part of the movement? Well, in that case, you are missing out on life! The admiral emphasizes the impact of small things that can change your life and the world as a whole.
The Obstacle is the Way
Ryan Holiday asserts in his book The Obstacle Is the Way that successful people over the years were successful not because of their problems but more because they dealt with them in a particular manner. Holiday’s concepts and experiences in the justification of his claims are extremely remarkable.
Paul Coelho wrote an amazing journey of self-discovery through “The Alchemist”. As a perfect combination of wisdom and Mysticism that talks about a discovery journey worth inspiration, the novel sold a million copies around the globe. The story revolves around a young shepherd boy who wishes to be out on a journey to unearth treasure, with a realization about particular riches around him he thought never existed.
The Four Agreements
Here is one such book was written by Don Miguel Ruiz that unveils the blatant truth to the people. As one of the best motivational books, it reveals all the beliefs that limit us from enjoying our lives to the truest potential. The book imparts the much-needed wisdom that would save us from the endless suffering we push ourselves into. “The Four Agreements” promotes the concept of self-reflection and pushes us to perform better in our individual lives.
The Magic Of Thinking Big
The book’s title is more than enough to term it as one of the best motivational books around. Dr David J.Schwartz talks about transforming the ways of thinking provided you intend to call for changes and achieve all the desires in your life. The book’s key message emphasizes the importance of our mindsets, where we must undertake the journey of preparing our minds for a greater personal change.
With such emphatic books on the table, you have vast options to choose from. Get hold of a book and feed your mind with the much-needed motivation for self-growth.
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