I’m now setting up my reading plan for the next three months, and I’d like to ask for your help. Since I’m currently still a graduate student, I have good access to the library and can read practically any book I want. However, this (hopefully) would be my last semester, and after that my access to the library would be limited. It would then be harder for me to get good books to read.
So I want to use these three months as good as possible. I want to list all the best books for personal growth and try to finish them within these three months. Currently, some books I seriously consider are The Simple Dollar’s recommendations, but I’m sure that there are still many other great books out there.
So I’d like to ask you: what do you think are the best books for personal growth and why? The books do not have to be in personal growth, personal productivity, or related genres. They can also come from other genres (such as business or biography) from which we can extract a lot of lessons. So feel free to recommend any book that you think can help us grow personally. I’m sure your recommendations will be useful not just to me, but to other readers as well.