7 Books I wish I read earlier in my Life

7 BOOKS I WISH I READ EARLIER IN MY LIFE

 

 1. RICH DAD POOR DAD
 
 Author: Robert kiyosaki
 Genre: Non-fiction (personal finance)
 
This book is the #1 best-selling personal finance book of all time. This book is based on two fathers of an author i.e Robert Kiyosaki, the one is rich and another is poor. The author says that his rich dad, who is his friend's father, teaches him about taking risks and creating wealth, making him understand personal finance, entrepreneurship, and investing. But the poor dad who is his father forces him to do a job and get settled. Without any financial knowledge, his father has never obtained financial security. The author says if you are a person who gives up every time and has no guts and if you're that kind of a person who does not take any risk at a young age not taking decisions quickly then you can never obtain financial freedom.
2. IKIGAI
 
Author: Hector Garcia & Francesc Miralles
Genre: Non-fiction
 
Ikigai is a Japanese book in which the purpose of this book is to help you find out your Ikigai. Japanese are world-class for bringing the concept of nature and technology together. This book teaches you how to live a happy and meaningful life. The word Ikigai is hidden deep inside each of us. This book will bring satisfaction, happiness, and meaning to our lives. Some people have found their Ikigai and some are searching for it.


 3. THE POWER OF HABIT
 
Author: Charles duhigg
Genre: Non-fiction
 
This book will tell you how habits are formed, how you can change them, and also some impact of habits in your lives. The author talks about the habit that you want to change first you have to decide to change it. Once you understand the habits can change you have the freedom and responsibilities to change them. Secondly, you must know to control your habit and be self-confident and self-conscious enough to use it.


 
4. THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING F*CK
 
Author: Mark Manson
Genre: Non-fiction
 
 The Subtle art of not giving f*ck is a book that talks about giving a f*ck but to the right people, the right values in life, and the right relationship, and many other things that matter. This book will bring clarity in your life and you start giving f*ck that is more important to you. It will help you find the solution to the problem rather than just getting confused with the problem.

5. HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE
 
Author: Dale Carnegie
Genre: Non-fiction (self-help)
 
 This book teaches you how you can make friends and influence people around you. The principles of the book say the best way to win an argument is to avoid it, don't criticize, condemn or complain, Remember names make the other person feel important. The book is worth reading you gain a lot of confidence and also to remove nervousness inside you.

 
6. EAT THAT FROG
 
Author: Brian Tracy
Genre: Non-fiction
 
The book includes 21 strategies, methods, and techniques focusing on increasing your level of productivity, performance, and output. These methods, strategies, and techniques you can apply for your important task. This book improves your ability to concentrate on your task, to do it well, and to complete it on time.
 

7. THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE
 
Author: Stephen R.Covey
Genre: Non-fiction (personal development)
 
This book is a compilation of 7 habits for the development of character, ethics, effective communication, core beliefs, and perception.
This book will teach you rather than focus on altering outward situations. This book brings a paradigm shift from the inside out and will help you to build your inner core, character, and motives. One of the best and effective books for personal development.


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