10 Books That Will Change Your Life

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari: A Fable About Fulfilling Your Dreams & Reaching Your Destiny

Sometimes we go through things and talking to people is difficult. That’s why there are books that guide you to make changes. These are books that may give you the final push towards achieving your goals and leading the best life you can possibly have!

1. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

A wonderful story about Julian Mantle – hot shot lawyer who literally sold his Ferrari and became a monk. Purely fiction but the lessons in the book document his spiritual journey, and how he went from have everything in the physical world to finding peace and reaching his destiny. It’s a great pick me up for anyone looking for answers.

2. Manifest Your Destiny by Dr. Wayne Dyer

While “The Secret” is a popular book. This one is better. Wayne Dyer talks about the law of attraction and the power of the mind. He tells you 9 simple ways to attract what you want in your life and how to keep it there.

3. Flow – The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

Offering a psychological perspective on how to improve the quality of the life you lead. Experience is a huge part of the everyday human routine. This book is solely focused on motivation, and how to control your emotions so you can reach the pinnacle of learning and to attract success to yourself.

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

The book uses the famous quote by Aristotle “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit” and suggests that we should turn good acts into habits. This book explains 7 Habits that can make a person more effective personally, professionally, and in family life. It offers a great perspective and practical advice.

5. You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay

This book has been known to improve the quality of relationships. While it has a beautiful illustration on every page – the messages are something that stay with you. It’s a positive book, with a set of affirmations and exercises to do which are guaranteed to change your life. And it’s easy to read!

6. Stillness Speaks by Eckhart Tolle

Eckhart Tolle’s message is easy to grasp: If we connect to the stillness within, we move beyond our active minds and emotions and discover great depths of lasting peace, contentment, and serenity. It has some very wise words to offer and to ponder over. It’s perfect for a quick injection of thought provocation.

7. Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff by Richard Carlson

We scatter away so much time rushing and stressing about the future, and working to meet our responsibilities and to fulfill our obligations. There are 101 different skills and ways offered in this book that prove and can be applied to life – a hundred short ways to shift perspective, to live a less stress filled existence, and to walk away with some wisdom.

8. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

If you believe in the universe, signs, legends and magic. This masterpiece will open up your mind and make you notice things you didn’t know were possible to see. “When you really want something to happen, the whole world conspires to help you achieve it.” Believe in your visions, and in your dreams. The Alchemist leaves you feeling hopeful.

9. Have A Little Faith by Mitch Albom

The true story of an 8 year relationship between men of two different religious beliefs and generations – Mitch Albom is approached by his former Rabbi to write his eulogy when he dies. This book will leave you to appreciate your relationships, and teach you the art of forgiveness, acceptance and making you realize your life purpose.

10. The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

The four principles of this book are: Be Impeccable with Your Word, Don’t Take Anything Personally, Don’t Make Assumptions, Always Do Your Best. This book serves as a convenient guide to freedom, to find love and most important of all: happiness. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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