We should all stand together to develop our lives more on both a personal and business level. Thankfully, there are various books on the market that can assist us with personal development. Today, we are sharing five books which you should go through for your self-development.
Despite the odd title, given that it sounds as if the person with said duck is about to throw it at the person, this book is a masterpiece. Though, unlike most self-help books, this one has been given the ability to target an infinite span of problems in which there is hell lot of scope for you to improve. It has ruthless honesty in its pages yet has genuine inspiration. This is a very fresh, vibrant, and beautiful book filled with new and bold possibilities.
Everyone in the modern world understands how that slow spiral of doing nothing feels. Everyone knows what it feels like to have the responsibility, yet not knowing where or how to begin the first sentence and feeling of being completely swamped in work even though you haven’t begun.
To break the spell of this never ending circle of doing nothing, Tracy (the author) advises us to eat that frog. That more means to set our priorities straight, make larger tasks into smaller ones, and not to actually digest a frog. This is a wonderful motivation book and it is a real must have for anyone who wants to get things done.
There is a feeling that humans have too often; we feel like the underdogs fighting a system, a government, a battle that stacks the odds against us. We’ve always been told that if we work hard, follow all the rules, and dream correctly, we’ll get better lives. Yet, these days, working harder doesn’t even lead to a hundred percent fulfillment. There is a higher chance that 90% of people feel disconnected from their jobs. So, hustle tells us how to break free of the disconnection and achieve more success on our own terms. Hustle teaches us to hustle and it’s beautiful.
There is no way around it, there is no way to avoid it. At one point or another, we will all fail at something. What matters the most in that situation is that coin flip we do in our heads. Will you give up on it? Or will you use it as a way to make it a success? If you make it a success, then you have taught yourself an invaluable lesson. Failure always teaches you something. You must learn how to figure out how to turn failure into lessons, so you can have success in the future.
The Four Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich is one of the books that you find on a variety of different lists. This book could be the push that you need to push yourself to working less and making more. In this book, you will get a game plan laid out that shows you actually what you need to do to live the luxurious lifestyle that you deserve without working yourself to death.
These five books are great for anyone who wants to work on personal development. Which one will you be giving a read first?