7 books that every student must read

So let’s talk about books today. Do you love reading? Of course, you do, who does not? Reading relaxes humans, it calms the tension running in the nervous system of a human being. Books are some sort of teachers, incredible teachers. They will push us to feel another level of existence, another level of experience and wisdom collection. Today, I have something really great for you guys. There are thousands of books equally beautiful and with strong contents but today I am going to share the name of 7 books that every student must read in their life. If you do not want to then it’s okay, it is more than just okay but if you want to really be prepared for the upcoming and learn a lesson to make your survival better then I strongly suggest you to try reading these 7 books

Getting Things Done

David Allen is an author of this famous book that came out in 2001. This book explains and teaches you about time management and productivity. If you want to read something about productivity and systematic way to transfer your plans into action and then into result then I am suggesting you to select this book for guidance. Without any doubt, it is one of the books that every student must read.

The Happiness Project

American author, blogger and speaker Gretchen Rubin is the author of this sensational book which came in the year 2009. The title itself speaks for the book which is surely based on the workout and pursue of an author to detect happiness. An author has done an incredible job to illustrate that the happiness and the factors associated with them differ from person to person. This book teaches you to be happy, to search and find happiness within yourself.

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

This is one of the best books that will teach you about the wise handling of money for the rest of your life. Financial literacy (financial education) and financial independence are the two major focus area of this book. In addition to that, the total of 207 pages of the book will educate you to build wealth through investing in assets, real estate investing, starting and owning businesses. Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter were the authors of Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

Failing Forward

Failing Forward, turning mistakes into stepping stones for success. Through this book, John C. Maxwell presents you ways to overcome the scars left by your failure and move towards the path of your success. This book teaches you ways to overcome and settle down your failures and those fifteen steps that you should take in order to achieve your goal.

How to win Friends and Influence People

How to win Friends and Influence People is one of the best selling book of all time. In over 80 years this book has already sold more than 15 million copies. American author Dale Carnegie is an author of this self book which will help you developing relationship with peoples. The book shreds you knowledge to interact and win people.

The power of your subconsious mind

This book will mentor you about habitual thinking and imagery mold, fashion and creating a destination for yourself. If you want to read and get help with self-development, peace of mind, happiness and inner strength then this is the piece that you should not miss. Moreover, these books mentor you to find inner peace and promote collectiveness inside your spirit. Joseph Murphy wrote this book which was published in 1962.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life. Despite age, gender, sex, and group, everyone must read this hilariously good book at least once in their lifetime. Mark Manson is the author of this masterpiece. In this book, the author has criticized the trends of widely-spread wisdom about positive all the time.


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