10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta


10 useful books will change your life


Books can be incredibly powerful. They have the power to suck us, to adventure, and to influence our perception. They can teach us, move us away, give us new perspectives, and help us build. And the most powerful ones change our lives forever. There are entertaining books, there are books that inform books that speak to the mind, the mind, the intellect, and the emotions. And then there are the books that seem to speak directly to the soul - the life-changing books that make you question your core beliefs, stay with you long after you finish reading. These 10 masterpieces fall into the second category. Everyone is a pleasure to read, a treasure to think about, and ultimately changes something deep inside of you - just to experience it.



1. Man’s Search For Meaning by Victor Frankl

I still think about this book almost every day, years after I first read it. What happened to millions of Jews 70 years ago is truly awful. We forget that it was decades ago. Not a century. And the details of his experience at Victor Frankel's concentration camp are almost superhuman. His philosophy and vision of life should be cherished and gone forever. Read this book.


2. Life of Pi: Ian Martel (2001)

 Pi Patel He is the son of a zoo. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of animals and tastes of philosophy. When his family emigrated from India to North America, their ship sank - and Pai found herself on a 450-pound tiger lifeboat with Hyena, Orangutan, wounded zebra, and Richard Parker - or did he? What happened next is an excellent tale of intrigue and adventure.
 Although it is not a book about religion, it tells a story about the importance of believing in something - be it Shabad, Mother Nature, or your own power.


3. Love history: Nicole Crouse ;( 2005)

 In this beautiful book, Alma tells the story of Leo Gursky and the love of his life. With an adventure across the ocean and across the decades, the novel is lit up with a thrill of mystery and the joy of connection.
Leo and Alma will stop thinking about nonstop a few days after you finish this book - and while the story fades from the front of your mind, it will never really leave you.



10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta
10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta



4. Significant Potential; Shawn Achor:

 In Shawn Archer's bestselling book The Happiness's Advantage, his research reveals that happiness leads to success, otherwise not in his Big Potential book, Shawn shows that our communication with others is the way to Fulfill our potential. By the following progress alone, or by eliminating using or others - we limit our chances and become more stressed and disconnected. Studying people from 50 countries, he identified five "seeds" or strategies for achieving great potential in today's complex world.


5. Your Best Year Ever; Michael Hyatt

Will See this year you finally achieved a long-held goal? Discover how much energy you need to work on in your life and change its impact. "To run it safely, we need to go beyond our natural aspirations. It's not so safe to play safely, "writes author Michael Hyatt, former chairman and CEO of Tomas Nelson Publishers. This book outlines a five-step plan to achieve your most cherished goals. One of his tips: Using gratitude as an essential tool for success.

 
10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta
10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta
6. Rich dad, poor dad; Robert Kiyosaki:

Something was eating me alive inside. (No, it wasn't a parasite)) It was an idea.
Something about work, life, money, wealth, and freedom - but I can't say enough what this idea is. It had been in my weight for months, but I couldn't find a word to express it.
Finally, there was the word for the inner conversation that was going on every minute of my life. Eventually, I can turn my abstract ideas about money into real speech - and it changes my life forever.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad, is precisely what it is to say because it means so many different things to so many different people. However, the summary of this is that the shoddy work for their money, but the rich make their money. This is a book of more mentality than anything else, but with enough stories and examples to keep you in the mood. No wonder this book has handed out the most popular book recommended by guests of The Bizarpockets Podcast that I co-host every week.
Kiyosaki taught me to stop saying, "it can't be done," and in every area of ​​life, "how to do it?" Starts asking. He started me on a journey that led me to buy my first rental property, after which I got other investment properties for years that at 27 made me out of "rat racing."
For the first time, I started to see that wealth is not an accident, but an action.


7. Total money-change-cover; Maya Fisher- French:

A year after reading Rich Dad, poor dad, a friend of the church, suggested reading Dave Ramsey's book The Total Money Makeover, and once again, my life started to improve after a rude awakening: my spending I went out of control!
I was spending a thousand dollars more a month than what I was doing. How can I not realize it?
Total Money Makeover helped me look at my personal finances more seriously and gave me the passion for paying off debt, life more successfully and save more money.
Suddenly, having a budget didn't seem like a tenure; it felt like I finally reigned in my wallet. I was in control of my spending. My spending was not in my control.
As an entrepreneur, some months are financially better than others. However, because of the lessons, I learned from Total Money Makeover, I am better prepared to handle difficult times because I have a robust personal money base.


8. The Outsider’s; S.E Hinton:

 "I rarely read the book, but in a few years, I've come back to it. It's about high school, but no matter where you are. It shows how dark and harsh the world can be, but even if you stop appreciating them. But good things and good people. Nothing in that dilemma stops me in this book why I have read it "" - Amy Martin, you mean money.
"A Heroic Story of Friendship and Related.
"No one ever said, life was easy. But Ponyboy is pretty sure he got things out. He knows he can count on his brothers, Darry and Sodapop. And he knows he can trust his friends - real friends who are Johnny. And can do anything for him like To-Beat And And When It Comes To The Sox - A Naughty Group Of Wealthy Kids Who Kill The Grizzers Like Him And His Friends Enjoy catching up - He knows he can believe it, but one night, someone takes things too far, and the world of ponyboy is turned upside down.
"Forty-five years ago, 'The Outsiders' was a dramatic and enduring work of a fictitious story. The story of a boy who found himself on the outskirts of the regular society of SE Hinton remains as strong today as it was the first day."
 
10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta
10 useful books will change your life - Debmalya Datta

9. The One Thing; Gary Keller:

 The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasson is an an easy-to-read but in-depth book that helped me concentrate on keeping the topic in the mainstream in all areas of my life.
The One Thing asks, "What is one thing you can do that will make everything else easier or unnecessary?"
By asking this question a few times a day, I find more time in my day to work poorly, less work with me at night, less email fielding, and more revenue per month. It's like magic.


10. Make Your Bed; Admiral William H. McRaven:

 Admiral William H., in a commencement speech at the The University of Texas at Austin. McRaven shared 10 principles of his Navy SEAL training that helped him overcome challenges. "Without pushing your limits, sometimes sliding into a rope headfirst, without being too bold, you will never understand what is truly possible in your life," he said, and the talk went viral with over 5 million views. His ultimate message: to face hardships and challenges with determination and empathy. When you are in a hurry and need to recharge, turn to this book.

Conclusion:

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October 10, 2019 at 1:13 AM ×

Your list is really great, I have read a few and added the rest to my TBR list. Self-help book are helpful in may ways.
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October 10, 2019 at 6:09 AM ×

Wow. That's an interesting list but I've always been a romantic or detective or murder mysteries kinda reader. I haven't gotten myself to read any self help books yet.

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October 10, 2019 at 6:39 AM ×

Oh, wow!
This has been so useful.
Will read all of them one by one.

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October 11, 2019 at 12:36 AM ×

I have been meaning to read some good books. Thanks for your recommendation.

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October 11, 2019 at 2:53 AM ×

i will suggest you the secret and the growth hacking book... i just completed it

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