"Wake up a giant in yourself", "Think and be rich" - "Challenger" found 10 books, after reading which you will rush to fulfill your dream. Consider them the same kick in the ass that we sometimes miss.
The author’s slightly moral tone should not be taken as criticism, but rather as advice from a very wise and experienced friend who knows what he is talking about. The book contains only seven lessons, but to complete them you will have to spend a lot of effort, time and perseverance. In the end, you want to find the goal of life, achieve it and become even better, cooler and more successful.
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Do you want to learn the art of communication? Then ask Dale Carnegie for advice. This American teacher and psychologist 80 years ago created a real masterpiece. The book will instantly discourage you from complaining about a boring, dreary, lonely life and make you believe in yourself.
At least it should.
We all want to someday gain a fortune, and Napoleon Hill, creating this book for 70 years back, believed that it was within the power of everyone. To prove his case, he talked with the richest people, then in his work he gave examples of how “good luck” smiled at them all. Try following Hill's advice, and who knows, maybe someday your story will go into a similar collection.
This American writer and entrepreneur is not like many of his colleagues.
If only because it considers training the mind and body as a special challenge, and not as a moral duty. The name of his work speaks for itself. Wake up a giant in yourself, you have nothing to lose.
British writer and psychologist James Allen was one of the first to think about the analysis of personality motivation and became calculate how best to unleash your inner potential. His works were less popular (compared to the same Carnegie and Hill), but absolutely undeserved.
In his book, first published in 1902, the author tried to help readers find in themselves the source of any success and create their own reality using simple rules of behavior.
Almost every person sooner or later has a moment when he thinks that he has nowhere to fall below . If you have just such a situation now, you should not cry into the pillow all night long, drown the sorrow in wine or decide on insane actions. It’s better to pick up yourself and the “Greatest Merchant in the World”. The author of this masterpiece by his own example proved that everyone can succeed in life, no matter who he is.
No matter how pathetic it may sound, but the main part of the process of achieving your goals and harmony is in purification consciousness from the chaos of thoughts. The American Richard Carlson will help to cope with this chaos, who has collected hundreds of small stories about what is really important in life in one book.
Daniel Pink, the author of several books on the volatility of the labor market, refutes several myths. One of them is the carrot and stick method, which not only does not work, but can also hurt. Pink talks about how you can increase your performance by studying yourself.
You just need to understand who you are and who you want to be. We hope that after reading this book you will no longer have to ask the search engines the question "what to do if motivation is gone."
The work of the priest and creator of Theory of Positive Thinking Norman Vincent Peale after the first publication was criticized by psychologists and theologians. Which, by the way, did not stop her from becoming one of the author’s most read books. Soon, scientists were able to prove that optimism works wonders.
This confirmed the correctness of Peel and was another reason to get acquainted with his book and the psychology of life.
We just told you about nine books that will help you look at the world and yourself from another side. Now tell us which book, in your opinion, is missing from this list. We are very interested in your opinion, really, really. You can share it in our social networks, for example.