Best Self Improvement Books Of All Time
1. THE 48 LAWS OF POWER BY ROBERT GREENE
I read this book in a time where I thought power was something I should attain power for power’s sake. and while I disagree with my former self on this point the fact remains that power is very real it forms the invisible scepter of all hierarchical relations around us.
I still recommend this book .I believe it is important to know how people use power for their own benefit and what to do to protect yourself from certain abuses of power.
be side the fact that all stories in this book gravitate around power. it contains many life lessons, amazing historical anecdotes .it read in a certain light the ability to use power for good.
From caesar to goethe sun-tzu to machiavelli this eye opening book spans a wide range of human development .if you like me would rather be interested in something less egotistical ,perhaps greene’s latest book mastery will suffice ( I haven’t read that one myself).
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2. EAT THAT FROG BY BRIAN TRACY
We all know how that destructive downward spiral feels.
we have to do some big tasks of which the thought alone triggers resistance. We aren’t sure how and where to begin and feeling overwhelmed before we even start. we get easily distracted to get rid of that hours went by precious hours and then find ourselves in the same position as before still not knowing where and how to begin but now feeling guilty on top of which expresses itself in more craving for distraction.
to break this spell of procrastination before it paralyzes us tracy advises us to eat that frog to set our priorities straight deconstruct larger tasks into smaller ones learn when to tackle the big frog first or to start out with something else.
3. THINKING,FAST AND SLOW BY DANIEL KAHNEMAN
This brilliant book by nobel prize winner Daniel kahneman is a lucid account of all the amazing research he has done over the years. he is the founder of behavioral economics the way our psychology affeccts our decisions and explains in simple prose how our thinking is divided in two systems one fast and one slow.
the fast one is almost instant it consists of the hardwired instincts that govern emotions a remnant of an evolutionary past an unconscious irrational machine.
The slow one is deliberate self reflexive and logical but can easily be distracted and takes a lot of effort. both play a large role in our lives and kehneman explores when fast system fails and why the slow system is often not utilized.
this book is amazing book for self improvement like billionaires choice.
4. RICH DAD POOR DAD BY ROBERT KIYOSAKI
This is great timeless book that focuses on the mindset of money rather then making money. despite that it’s still the best personal finance book in the world for the past 20 years and for good reason .it dispels the myth that you need to have a high salary job on order to make a living. that statement is truer now than ever thanks to the gig economy and a variety of other opportunities for people to make money.
this book to provides a number of timeless quotes and lessons that are still relevent today as people’s views around money haven’t changed all that much over an opportunity to challenge your views about money in unique ways that other personal finance books don’t.
5. THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEON HILL
A from 1937 this book by hill is a masterpiece. Don’t bother with the edited versions since they all omit important and controversial information some historical and some pertaining to the goal of the book which is to think and grow rich.
the word rich might imply that this book is all about material gain and while it certainly covers that area it is about much more than that.
this is perhaps the first explicit mention of positive thinking on how to care not just about the cash in your pocket but also the thought in your head.
this book has been able to withstand the destruction of time. it covers all the basics from planning decision making and persistence to the more advanced techniques auto suggestion transmutation and what we can learn from fear.
IF YOU LIKE READING BOOK YOU SHOULD TRY THIS BOOK RICH DAD POOR DAD BY NAPOLEON HILL
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