5 Self Development Books You Must Read Before 25
Summer is almost over. Meaning? The End-of-Summer Scaries. We all need a little motivation to stay focused in order to achieve your goals and work harder. Particularly, if you are a fresh-graduate from college, or at the beginning of your career path. Self-improvement not only pertains to being successful but also involves improving your communication skills and boosting your creativity. Here’s a list of the best self-development books of all time:-
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
The first edition of this self-help book was originally published in 1936. But it is still relevant and offers the greatest positive influence on our daily life, through practical and feasible techniques techniques for improving communication skills and advices on enhancing business skills. Dale’s writing is very simple to read and comprehend, with a touch of his wisdom.
This life-changing book is written by Jen Sincero, a life coach and motivational speaker, and is designed for people who recognise the awesomeness of their life but don’t know where to start. This is a very sweet guide that leads you on to how to believe in yourself and love who you are.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
This is a classic self-management business book for you, if you have no idea about how to be productive instead of being busy. He has demonstrated his practical insights and timeless principles that helps you form good habits in order to become a valuable and effective human being.
12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Dr. Jordan B Peterson
This personal-growth book was published in early 2018. Jordan B Peterson is one of the most influential psychologists and a psychology professor at the University of Toronto. In this book, he has showcased what are the valuable lessons he learned from the experiences with his patients and his personal life in this book.
This incredibly funny self-help book is written by a well-known blogger, Mark Manson, and is especially meant for the millennials. With a catchy title, it is actually very enlightening to let you re-think the concept of positive thinking, and the fundamental key to happiness.