All my life I have always felt like a student, I always want to see and learn something new.
I believe that I will strongly inspire you with these wise words of Leonardo da Vinci and you will leaf through another book to help you with your personal growth:
“Learning never exhausts the mind.”
Educating yourself is probably the best investment you can make for yourself.
So, I have gathered my favourite 7 books. These have changed my life, and I believe anyone will benefit after reading these 📚
After a baseball accident, Atomic Habits’ author, James Clear, learned a few important lessons, the 3 main lessons about habit creation:
All habits are based on a 4-step pattern
How to start and love new habits
Create a habit of self-evaluation
Most people, after reading this book, learn to quickly adopt new habits. So, if you want to start incorporating good habits you need to get your hands on this book!
Mark Manson’s books are full of actionable steps, but they’re also fun. His witty personality makes reading his books a whole experience.
This is the perfect book for people who worry about what other people think, or for those who are overly stress.
Learn how to live the present with this good read!
In his book, New York Times bestselling author, Kevin Kruse, teaches you to:
Use to-do lists as a millionaire
Save 8 hours a week
Identify REAL priorities
Double your productivity
Avoid social media distractions
Top Wall Street Journal bestseller, Gary Keller has identified ONE thing successful people have in common.
The ONE thing will walk you through how to achieve and measure success in all areas of your life just concentrating on ONE Thing to crush your goals.
In The One Thing, Gary Keller and Jay Papasan say that success depends on the one thing that drives you, and they help you put your finger on it.
The world is becoming more globalized and the author, Erin Meyer provides an easy model to decode and navigate cultural differences, combining an analytical framework with actionable advice needed for a global world.
Erin Meyer gives 8 scales or graphs that you are able to use to map out and gain an understanding of how each culture functions and is wired.
Once you map out your native culture on these graphs, you are then able to compare and relate a differing culture to how you are wired.
6. The Secret
This bestseller explores how the Law of Attraction works and how to apply it in your own life. This book is one of the first that introduced the concept that our thoughts influence our actions and our experiences.
Hence, if your thoughts are of health or insight or wealth then before you know it, you will receive health or insight or wealth.
The Secret encourages people to really visualize their goals clearly in order to attract what they want.
Learn how to attract your wishes with The Secret.
Everybody Lies offers fascinating and even funny insights into everything from economics to ethics, gender, race and even sex, etc from big data.
Big data, as it is called, is an important part of our digital world.
Understanding it is important to our future, and Seth Stephens-Davidowitz’s "Everybody Lies: What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are" explains it all in great detail.
Everybody Lies will challenge you to see the world differently.