In my last post, I wrote about how to choose a good book to read. There I gave you three simple steps: be curious, find potential books, and choose the best book for your current situation.
Related to that, I’d like to hear from you about a good book that you read recently, a book that has made a difference in your personal growth. Maybe it inspires you, gives you insights, or makes you think about your life. So here is my question:
What is the best book that you read recently and why?
Please share your answer in the comments so that everyone can read it. Thanks!
I read some pretty interesting books recently:
7 habits of higly effective people: The book that taught me patience
The subtle art of not giving a F: this book taught me that its okay to loose and let go. To enjoy the struggle.
Zero to One : On startups and stuff.
Would love to hear from others also…!
I read a motivational book written by RICK WARREN entitled “WHAT ON EARTH AM I HERE FOR”?.
This book gives me lot of meaning that i can give a way to think about the life we are living becouse life beggins with the creator. It also give the impression that the purpose of life is far greater than our own personal fulfillment. But the bottom line is that we are just in this world mistake and also our birth was no mistake.
This gives the impression that we can think differently and see in different way by also reasoning and continuing to know.
Turning Right by Kay Bretz
The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill is the best book that I ever read. The book changed my outlook towards life. Trust me, my life has taken a drastic turn in a good way since reading that book. On hearing about this book, I bought it straightaway regardless of the price !! The principles discussed in that book were really eye-opening and set me thinking and pointed towards having a direction in my life. In a way that book had made me a new person. I focus on inspirational and autobiographic sorts of book mainly. I have recommended this book to a few of my friends. I would really like to read the book again but right now it happens to be with a friend of mine !!!
Thanks for sharing, everyone! Those are interesting books. I’m glad learning about them.
I finally read Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl, and was instantly furious that it took me this long to read it. It quickly became the book I have saved the most quotes from …
Thanks for sharing, Nick!
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