Here is the list of some of the most inspirational books and my personal favorites. I suggest you all to read these books which will highly affect you
Here is the list of some of the most inspirational books and my personal favorites. I suggest you all to read these books which will highly affect your lives sooner or later in a positive fashion.
Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson
Who Moved My Cheese is a simple story about four characters who live in a maze. Their very purpose for being is the pursuit and enjoyment of “Cheese”. Early on in their lives, all four characters discover “Cheese Station C”; a great wealth of cheese that they enjoy for a very long time. Eventually however, the cheese disappears. It is here that the story begins.
The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz
The book, which has sold over 4 million copies, instructs people to set their goals high and think positively to achieve them. The author gives a step-by-step guide on how to achieve what one wants by changing their thought patterns and thought habits. In this book author David J. Schwartz talks about ‘Thinking positively toward oneself’, ‘To see what can be, not just what is’, ‘Broadcasting good news’, “Make Your Attitudes Your Allies.”.
Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
I’m going to warn you: this is one of the weirder books that I’ve read. However, given the pedigree of those on whose advice this book was based, as well as those in today’s age who have recommended the book, I was careful not to dismiss anything out of hand. I certainly don’t agree with everything, but it stands to reason that uncommon success must come from uncommon thoughts and actions. If some of this advice seems a little “out there,” or too intangible, nebulous, and ephemeral to be useful, remember who it’s coming from, and suspend judgment until you’ve tested it for yourself.
The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale
The Power Of Positive Thinking will show you that the roots of success lie in the mind and teach you how to believe in yourself, break the habit of worrying, and take control of your life by taking control of your thoughts and changing your attitude.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
As a salesman at one point in his life, author Dale Carnegie made his sales territory the national leader for the firm he worked for. Carnegie eventually ended his sales career and taught public speaking, earning up to $500 every week — the equivalent of $11,800 today. Even Warren Buffet, one of the most successful investors of the 20th century, took Carnegie’s course at age 20. Fortunately for us, all the same lessons were packaged into the now famous book,How to Win Friends and Influence People.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, first published in 1988, is a business and self-help book written by Stephen R. Covey. Covey presents an approach to being effective in attaining goals by aligning oneself to what he calls “true north” principles of a character ethic that he presents as universal and timeless.
Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins
Unlimited Power is a self-help classic, which breaks down how Tony Robbins has helped top performers achieve at their highest level and how you can use the same mental and physical tactics to accomplish your biggest goals in life.
See You At The Top by Zig Ziglar
Born from these humble beginnings, Zig became a global leaders in the realm of positive thinking and self improvement. Zig Ziglar wrote See You at the Top as his own how-to guide on living a life of happiness, health and wealth. The book is cleverly written with many great stories to illustrate his points. Throughout the book, Zig uses the imagery of a flight of stairs next to an elevator that is ‘out of order’. The idea is that while each step gets you closer to the ultimate goal of a happy purposeful life, the steps must be taken in order and there are no shortcuts (as the elevator is ‘out of order’, you have to take the stairs).
You can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay
It provides insights into the relationship between mind and body, and shows how limiting thoughts, beliefs and negative emotions affect us and are linked to our physical diseases. The key idea is this: “If we are willing to do the mental work, almost anything can be healed.” With the right mental work, we can turn around or create positive outcomes in any area that we desire.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull: A Story by Richard Bach
Jonathan Livingston Seagull tells the story of a young seagull with big ambitions. Jonathan Seagull pushes himself to fly at tremendous speeds, eventually reaching a higher plane of perfection. Later, he returns to his flock to teach the ambitious among them what he knows.