Hi. Welcome to my Bookshelf where I have personally listed all the books, which I highly recommend reading. They have one way or the other changed my life for the better. I have been able to put into practice what I have learned and understood from these books and have experienced tremendous results in the last few years. So here we go:
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. (Read the Book Review)
Well, this book doesn’t need much introduction I guess. This has been around for decades but I got to read it this year (even though I own the whole book series by Rhonda Byrne). I was seeking out for some help in personal development and I heard a ton of things on multiple videos on the subject Law of attraction, so I picked up the book, read it and promised myself to keep re-reading it so the teachings get imprinted in my subconscious mind. It’s completely changed my view towards myself and things I see or sense around me. So get THE SECRET today.
As Manson says, what determines your success is not what you enjoy or what you want but how much suffering you’re willing to sustain to achieve your dream. Using his own life as an example in the book, Manson talks about how the pressure to be Unique (exceptional) from the surroundings led him to drugs and serial womanizing. When he realized that neither he nor his problems were special than he focused on his work and become an entrepreneur. He credits all his success to his lack of fear of failure.
Well, if you loved reading The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson, you will love this one as well. You know the drill. So where the first part of the book Everything Is F*cked deals with the meaning of hope and how fucking you need to get over various things to get closer for attaining the hope you always wanted as a guiding force and the second part deals with the outcome you always wanted and now when it is achieved you feel total fucked up i.e. attitude defines itself through stress.
The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning, Elevate Your Life by Robin Sharma. (Read the Book Review)
Well, The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma is so good that if you apply the methodology and the insights in your real life and career, you won’t only start solving the issues that you are dealing currently, but you will also understand how re-wiring your system especially your mind can change your entire game. The 5 Am Club is not just a book with some benefits of rising early, but it has a lot more value packed in it. It teaches you how installing a few new habits can change your life for the best.