Books that make you think

Whether you want to run a marathon, gain a promotion, or even just get out of bed a little earlier, there are plenty of changes we’d like to make in our lives.
But where do you start? Going it alone isn’t easy and even the thought of failure is enough to set us back. Breaking habits or creating new ones takes time and often requires a new way of thinking, which is why we’ve created Books that make you think: let’s do this, a guide to books on self-help, entrepreneurship, and more, setting the wheels in motion to fire you up for your next success.

Books that make you think: let's do this

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Through the study of successful people, Napoleon Hill teaches the tricks of the trade in the business of success. With a framework of characteristics applied directly to increasing income, the philosophy of Think and Grow Rich can be taken and applied to any aspect of work, life, or play. Visualize goals and overcome challenges using a step-by-step, tried and tested approach to success.

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey

Imagine if taking simple steps to be more effective, such as better managing your time, could ultimately lead to a more successful life. Stephen Covey outlines the habits of efficient individuals which give them the upper hand inside and outside of the workplace. Whatever your goal, learn how to positively impact those around you, control more situations, and understand yourself better through learning the habits of highly effective people.

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The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

Fast-paced living and the pressures of modern society can really stop us living our lives, leading to stress and unhappiness which can inhibit us every day. Eckhart Tolle’s The Power of Now looks at where our problems begin—the mind—and works to help you increase your own happiness as you learn to live in the present. Forget the past, ignore the future, and move forward making the changes you want, right now.

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It's Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be by Paul Arden

Instead of trying to tackle your goals in the same way as everyone else, Paul Arden looks to those who have already achieved great things in order to help adjust your mind set and ready you for success. The most captivating and powerful figures in the world aren’t born with the talent that made them great. Learn to think the way they do and emulate their success, no matter how grand those goals may seem.

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Book summaries to make you think

Using the advice of the world’s most innovative thinkers is a sure-fire way of making positive change, but first we must find the time to read, which is a huge challenge in itself.
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