There is no friend as loyal as a book. A famous saying goes like: “Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” We might have seldom heard that the most successful people are often bookworms. Constant reading changes one’s perception.
Not all books are worthy enough to read. Here, we summarize you a list of books which might help you during your journey to success.
1) Essentialism By Greg McKeown
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown is a self-help book. This book figures out what is essential and what is not. More appropriately, this is a systematic approach for determining where our highest point of contribution lies exactly and then executing things accordingly. This teaches us how to focus on the truly important goals.
2) The Dip By Seth Godin
The secret behind one’s success isn’t hard work nor luck. According to the famous author Seth Godin, you taste success when you quit. The true secret to success is quitting. Godin’s The Dip presents a motivational look at the paradox by saying the secret behind success is quitting.
3) Start With Why By Simon Sinek
Start With Why is a book which conceptualizes about how a life has to be led. The author starts with some basic questions to give people a sense of purpose that has little to do with any external incentive to be gained.
4) Managing The Mental Game By Jeff Boss
The author Jeff Boss tells readers how to build self-confidence and the required attitude to reach the new level of success. Boss tries to tell his readers that one can overcome stress by avoiding mental pitfalls and by learning to replace the negative thoughts with the positive ones.
5) Getting Things Done By David Allen
Getting Things Done: The Art Of Stress-Free Productivity describes breakthrough relative time management methods. The ultimate goal is stress-free performance. The book summarizes that when one’s mind is clear, one can get organized for an efficient productivity.
6) Give And Take By Adam Grant
It is not just hard work, talent or luck which decides one’s future and his success. Another fourth critical and important is one’s reciprocity, the way people interact and exchange views and values with each other.
7) What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School By Mark H.McCormack
Mark H.McCormack, the author of the book explains that a high-grade business will not teach you how to be street smart. This book teaches you how to be smart sales techniques to sell, negotiate, execute time management, managing people and getting things done.
Well, these are some of those infinite numbers of books we mentioned. If any of the books had influenced your lives, please drop in our comments section.