5 Best Books That Everyone Should Read

5 Best Books That Everyone Should Read

Reading books helps to discover one’s unique talents and broaden one’s horizons. Although everyone’s taste is different, all types of readers will agree that there are certain books that everyone should read.

Here is my list of 5 Best books that everyone should read .

#1. Rich Dad Poor Dad

by Robert Kiyosaki

Key takeaways from this book

  • The poor and middle classes both work for a living. The wealthy hire money to do their bidding.
  • It doesn’t matter how much money you make. It all boils down to how much money you keep.
  • Resources are acquired by the wealthy. The poor and middle classes amass liabilities they mistake for properties.
  • What you do with the money once you have it, how you keep people from taking it from you, how you keep it longer, and how you make it work for you are all examples of financial aptitude.
  • Our minds are the single most important asset we all possess.
  • To be wealthy, you don’t have to make a lot of money.
  • People who are wealthy make money work for them.

#2. Atomic Habits

by James Clear

Key takeaways from this book

  • Create a framework that allows you to improve by 1% every day.
  • Break bad habits and replace them with new ones.
  • When it comes to changing habits, avoid the common blunders that most people make.
  • Overcome a lack of motivation and determination to succeed.
  • Develop a better sense of self and have faith in yourself.
  • Allow time for new habits to develop (even when life gets crazy).
  • Create an atmosphere that facilitates progress.
  • Make small, simple improvements that have a big impact.

#3. Think and Grow Rich

by Napoleon Hill

Key takeaways from this book

  • All accomplishment begins with a willingness to succeed.
  • You have complete control of your fate.
  • Accept defeat as a sign that your plans aren’t sound, restore your plans, and set sail once more toward your desired target.
  • Your greatest achievement will frequently come only one step past the stage where defeat has engulfed you.
  • The mind is capable of doing everything it can imagine and believe.
  • Set your eyes on a specific target and watch how the world moves aside to allow you to pass.

#4. Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day

by Jay Shetty

Key takeaways from this book

  • What we feel others think of us shapes our sense of self.
  • Our principles act as ethical GPS as we navigate through life
  • The way we are brought up has an effect on our beliefs.
  • As a monk, he discovered early on that whatever occupies our minds has an effect on our beliefs.
  • To develop self-awareness, we need space, silence, and stillness.
  • 3 ideas for deliberately creating time for reflection

#5. The 4-Hour Workweek

by Tim Ferriss

Key takeaways from this book

  • Make an effort to be successful rather than functional.
  • Verify all of your business concepts.
  • To make your life simpler, charge a fee.
  • Why is it easier to achieve greatness than to achieve “goodness”?
  • As an employee, there are two steps to achieving optimum mobility and independence.
  • What are the most popular time-thieves and how do you get rid of them?
  • What you should never do to start your day How to look and feel like a business professional.





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