TOP BOOKS WHICH ARE STRANGE DIFFERENT AND MOTIVATING
If you are free and you don't know what to do then i will suggest you to go through any one or more books out of these ten books which i had briefly described below.
First time when i heard about these books,.. i was traveling to Bangalore(India) in train. I was going to meet my brother but this time i was amazed by two kind of personalities sitting beside me. One was young and other was aged and experienced person, then we had a good conversation between us. The experienced person(aged one) told me about these 10 different books. These books are read by many peoples, great and common citizens and many told that 'yes these books are different, they will change your life style'. Let me make it clear that the number allocated to the book is having no relation with the book priority, its for general sorting order.
1."See you at the top"- By Zig Ziglar
1."See you at the top"- By Zig Ziglar
This book is totally different as said by many persons and the book itself says the same. The book begins with "THE END", as i said you,.... its different book,.... in 'feel', 'subject matter' and 'technique'.
2."The Power of Your Subconscious Mind"- By Joseph Murphy
Another good book, as the author said "unlock your master key to success" and it has all that you need to maximize your success. What are you waiting for go and have a look at it, its the key for your brain/mind.
3."The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People"- By Stephen R. Covey
The priceless wisdom and insight found in the bestselling The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (more than 10 million sold!) is distilled in this palm-size Running Press Miniature Edition™. It's full of advice on taking control of your life, teamwork, self-renewal, mutual benefit, pro activity, and other paths to private and public victory. Steven R. Covey is chairman of the Covey Leadership Center and the nonprofit Institute for Principle-Centered Leadership.
4."Rich dad, poor dad"- By Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter
What the rich teach their kids about money that the poor and middle class do not!.
Personal-finance author and lecturer Robert Kiyosaki developed his unique economic perspective through exposure to a pair of disparate influences: his own highly educated but fiscally unstable father, and the multimillionaire eighth-grade dropout father of his closest friend. The lifelong monetary problems experienced by his "poor dad" (whose weekly paychecks, while respectable, were never quite sufficient to meet family needs) pounded home the counterpoint communicated by his "rich dad" (that "the poor and the middle class work for money," but "the rich have money work for them"). Taking that message to heart, Kiyosaki was able to retire at 47. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, written with consultant and CPA Sharon L. Lechter, lays out his the philosophy behind his relationship with money. Although Kiyosaki can take a frustratingly long time to make his points, his book nonetheless compellingly advocates for the type of "financial literacy" that's never taught in schools.
5."The Power of Positive Thinking"- By Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
I doesn't think the book need any description as the name of the book suggest its about positive thinking.
6."Megaliving: 30 Days To A Perfect Life"- By Robin Sharma
We all have the potential for a Perfect Life to achieve great things and live a life filled with joy, accomplishment and pure bliss. In some of us, this potential is slumbering deep inside, waiting to be tapped and tested. National Bestseller, Mega living will quickly make things happen in every aspect of your life. With the finest strategies and techniques available to profoundly improve your mind, body and character. This book contains the revolutionary results of over ten years of research with the leading principles of personal mastery and successful living; and reveal to you the 200 master secrets for making your life a magical dream.
7."Who Will Cry When You Die?" By- Robin Sharma
Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.
Does the gem of wisdom quoted above strike a chord deep within you? Do you feel that life is slipping by so fast that you just might never get the chance to live with the meaning, happiness and joy you know you deserve? If so, then this very special book by leadership guru Robin S. Sharma, the author whose Monk Who Sold His Ferrari series has transformed the lives of thousands, will be the guiding light that leads you to a brilliant new way of living. In this easy-to-read yet wisdom-rich manual, Robin S. Sharma offers 101 simple solutions to life’ s most complex problems, ranging from a little-known method for beating stress and worry to a powerful way to enjoy the journey while you create a legacy that lasts. Other lessons include “ Honor Your Past,” “ Start Your Day Well,” “ See Troubles as Blessings” and “ Discover Your Calling.” If you are finally ready to move beyond a life spent chasing success to one of deep significance, this is the ideal book for you.
8."The Greatness Guide" By- Robin Sharma
Each one of us is called to greatness. We can have a significant impact on the world around us—if we so choose. If you are looking to craft an extraordinary life, The Greatness Guide is the powerful and practical handbook that will inspire you. Passionate, provocative, and full of big ideas that will challenge and transform, The Greatness Guide is one of those rare books that will release your potential and awaken your best self.
9."Think and Grow Rich, Original 1937 Classic Edition" By- Napoleon Hill
What genius lies asleep in your brain? This is the question asked of us by Napoleon Hill. Originally published in 1937, and selling more than 60 million copies worldwide, Hill's Think and Grow Rich is the classic motivational book. Inspired by Andrew Carnegie, Hill studied the work and lives of some of the most successful people of the Industrial Era including Ford, Wrigley, Eastman, Rockefeller, Edison, Woolworth, Burbank, Morgan, and Firestone as well as three United States Presidents. From his 20 plus years of research into the characteristics of what launched these individuals into greatness and wealth, Hill developed his 13 universal principles, meant to inspire any individual to a richer, fuller life. The true genius of his writing is the simple way in which he explains that wealth comes from seeing your goal in your mind and making it happen, no matter what.
Last but not the least, 10th book is:
10."Autobiography of a Yogi" By- Sri Sri Paramahansa Yogananda
The autobiography of an Hindu saint.
Sorry but i don't have that much time to describe all the books, so people please do some Google search if you want to read more. You can also have a look at these books in Google book.
Have a nice day and hope you like the books and this article.
If you had read any of these books then please comment about them below.