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20 Best Motivational Books Of All Time

Best Motivational Books Of All Time

You need to read these best motivational books of all time once in your life. Motivation is internal, and these are the best resources.

Reading is an age-old classic habit of expanding your vocabulary and thought process. Reading specific genres of books indicates a reader’s interest in a particular field.

Here are 20 best motivational books of all time ->>

1. The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma:

This book about passion, struggle, dream and dedication is sure to enthral you. This is one of the best motivational books of all time.

2. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho:

A book about chasing your dreams and enjoying the journey while you pursue your dreams. This is one of the best motivational books of the decade.

3. The Subtle Art of Not Giving an F*ck:

This book deals with different day to day incidences which tend to challenge us from within. The author here tries to make our will power rock solid so that motivation is never lost within us.

4. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey:

As the title suggests, it is a self-help book which is motivating and enriching.

5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki:

A practical guide to making the readers aware of the entity named “money”. This book deals with two exactly opposite perspectives and analyses it throughout.

6. Ignited minds by APJ Abdul Kalam:

A book about digging out the hidden strength possessed by India by overcoming various hurdles and challenges.

7. The 5a.m. club by Robin Sharma:

A book for self-improvement or self-help. This book is designed with motivational quotes to feel you satisfied throughout the book.

8. The Art of Happiness – A handbook of living by The Dalai Lama:

Quality content is written by one of the most significant people of the Globe. This book is recommended after a tiring and frustrating day after work.

9. Harry Potter series by JK Rowling:

A book about unleashing one’s talent even after the tragic loss of his parents. Nothing stopped him from achieving what he deserved.

10. Oliver Twist by Dickens:

A book based on the harsh realities of society and orphans. This book develops a sense of gratitude within the reader.

11. The room on the roof by Ruskin Bond:

A story through struggles, pain, joy, failures and finally, success!

12. Art of Mind Management by Swami Mukundananda:

A self-help book based on teachings of Swamiji and the Hindu scriptures.

13. Turning point:

A journey through challenges by APJ Abdul Kalam:

As the title suggests, this book deals with ups and downs of the author’s career and how he sailed through it.

14. Three thousand stitches by Sudha Murty:

Based on real-life experiences of the author and the challenges she faced to uproot some evil practices of the society. However, she dealt with the obstruction smoothly and wrote a book about the experiences she gained.

15. The God of small things by Arundhati Roy:

It is a story revolves around the prevailing caste system in Indian society. As prominent from the title itself, it shows how small things affect personality and well being of each individual.

16. THINK AND GROW RICH – Napolean Hill:

This book is inspired by a business personality Andrew Carnegie. It is a self-improvement book meant for introducing a significant change in one’s life.

17. Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh:

It deals with the partition of 1947 and the struggles of that time. A book based on reality and prevailing customs of the society. This book will motivate you in its own unique style and not by the conventional motivational quotes.

18. The Power of Positive Thinking – Norman Vincent Peale:

This book is filled up with positivity instances and scenes from the lives of ordinary people. A self-help book with many examples on positivity during hard times.

19. The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to be – Jack Canfield, Janet Switzer

This is a thick book loaded with self-improvement ideas and one of the best motivational books of all time. The points are particular and precise. If you like self-help books, then this is a must-try for you.

20. Who moved my cheese by Spencer Johnson:

A fulfilling guide to embracing change in your life with full responsibility and focus.

—Written by Khansa( Intern at BoldBlush)

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