5 Inspirational Books That Has Actually Motivated Me

I have always considered books as my best friend. It always shows us a different world and helps us gain knowledge. As a child I use to read story books and always lose track of time while reading. Most of our values and lessons come from these books.

I personally feel reading a good book is like getting lessons from an intellectual personally. Not only it widens our views and thought process but also teaches us to be a better person. Habit of reading a book on regular basis helps to continue learning new things even after we have completed our formal education. You can learn anything of your interest. It doesn’t have to be something you feel forced to read. Reading about Fashion, develops our fashion skills. Similarly reading history, biographies be it any genre, all that matters is you are learning.

I am more inclined towards self help and motivational books. I am going to share 5 books that I love to read again and again. There are several other books which I love and will share in future articles. I am sure you will love to go through these books sometime.

You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay

Link To book : you can heal your life

One of the Gem among motivational and self help books. Each time I read this book, I learn something new which has helped me to grow as a better human being. This book has taught me that all of us are born as genius but as we grow old, we tend forget our own powers and intellect. In order to become who we want to be, we need stop blaming external factors as a reason of our failure and start working on our internal issues.

This book explains how our mindset and thoughts build our future. Never a negative attitude can build a bright future. If you wish to heal and build a life that you always wished for then I would recommend reading it.

The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent


Link to Book : Power of Positive Thinking

This book describes how positive thinking and mindset make an ordinary person extraordinary. When ever we hold on to the fear of failure it also stops us from achieving. The root of our success lies in our mindset and positive thinking. It teaches us to believe in our potential and abilities.

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter

Link to the book:Rich Dad Poor Dad

What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! As the tag line itself is self explanatory. We have lots of misconception about how money works, how tough it is to earn money and become rich.

This book has revealed some aspects of human nature which has made us believe that money comes to only cunning people and or smart. Fear is our biggest enemy which holds us back from taking risks and trying non traditional ways of learning. I myself am able to think in a different way after reading this books and it will change your views for sure.

5 AM Club by Robin Sharma

Link to Book: The 5 AM Club

One of the best book by Robin Sharma to understand what success actually means. Though I loved other books as well written by Author. It elaborates how simple habits builds titans and geniuses. Being disciplined helps us in our journey of success and motivates us to keep going on that path. Success is not a journey but path of life.

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Link to Book: The Alchemist

Paulo Coelho is one of the most reputed writer in the are of motivational books. He beautifully narrates the story of a Shepherd who chooses an unconventional path, who is able to find a treasure beyond his wildest dreams. He travels several places and discovers that the listening to our heart never disappoints us. We must follow our dreams and intuitions. Love never stops us from being who we are but motivates us to become better person.

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