If life was supposed to be all about joy and happiness, we would love it a lot more. Everyone faces hardships, but your troubles are the greatest burden to carry. No matter how minor your problem seems to other people, it still makes you feel bad. In situations like this, the right source of inspiration can give you the strength to carry on.
- An Enemy Called Average by John Mason
Do you feel like a failure because you haven’t achieved anything extraordinary in your life? The creativity has been tamed by the limiting educational system. As a result, we lost touch with our need to be special. Is there a way to discover the hidden muse? This is not a typical motivational book that talks nonsense and tells you to discover your dreams. It offers practical principles that will lead you to success.
- The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino
When you believe in yourself and find yourself capable of helping others, you’ll get the motivation to fight against the hardest periods of your life. Hafid is the perfect character to analyze. A poor camel boy who achieved a life of abundance without using any ‘strategies’ for making money most people rely on. He simply tried to become a better man.
- Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach
This is the perfect book to pick up when you need a motivational boost. Most gulls didn’t bother to learn more than the simplest methods of flying, because eating was what mattered. Jonathan was different which was considered wrong. Everybody has a higher purpose in life. If you have an ambition and you know you were meant to follow it, other people’s opinions don’t matter.
- The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle
Oprah Winfrey has talked about this book saying that it helped her get through more crises than she could count. When you discover the importance of living in the present, you’ll learn how to forgive yourself and others for the mistakes of the past. You’ll stop being anxious when thinking about the future. Instead of missing it over and over again, you’ll learn how to live in it thanks to this book
- The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
One of the most popular books, ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’ is a gem that you cannot afford to miss. This masterpiece talks about the journey of a man towards self-fulfillment and satisfaction, not through monetary means but introspection and self-discovery. The Book introduces us to the protagonist Julian Mantle who is on a journey to become a monk.
- Tiya: A Parrot’s Journey Home by Samarpan
How would you feel if you are asked to leave your home without any intimation and you have no other option but to leave without questioning? This is the core theme of Samarpan’s ‘Tiya: A Parrot’s Journey Home.’ Tiya, a parrot and many more similar birds face this challenge when they find it hard to leave their home i.e. tree. Do they stop living or do they still linger on the hope to live a better life. This book opens up on the journey of a bird that experiences the numerous shades of life and teaches us a lot about living life on easy terms.
- I Have a Dream by Rashmi Bansal
This bestseller talks about the lives of 20 young entrepreneurs and the challenges faced by them in achieving their dreams. The book demonstrates the challenges that the millennial generation faces today. You will get to meet various people who will provide you knowledgeable insights and inputs that are based upon real-life situations and challenges faced by you every day. If you have been delaying your entrepreneurial dream for some time, do read this book.