Books are good teachers of life. They give an excellent approach to life as they contain a collection of experiences and knowledge we haven’t approached. Books even can act as motivational guides. So below are some books of motivation.

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The 07 habits of highly Effective People

Stephen Covey’s Road map for a living does more than help you establish better routines, despite the occasional moralizing. It also convinces you that getting them will make you a better person.

“Sow a thought, reap an action, a thought, a habit, a habit, a character, a destiny; sow an action, a habit, a character, a destiny” is the most profound phrase meaning.

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How to Win Friends & Influence People

Before Dale Carnegie’s classic, combining personal and professional ties were once thought to be shady, almost like nepotism, and following Carnegie, considered unavoidable that a person’s personal and professional lives should collaborate.

“The unvarnished truth is that nearly everyone you meet feels some degree of superiority toward you, and a sure way to their souls is to let them understand in some subtly that you remember their importance and recognize it sincerely.”

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Think and Grow Rich

Napoleon Hill conducted interviews with “40 millionaires” to establish the shared values and behaviors that had led to their success. In a time when he widely understood that great wealth was the result of a combination of greed and luck, his study of these “best practices” was marvelous. 

Best phrase: “You can find all the breaks you need for life inside of your imagination. Your mind’s workshop, imagination has the power to transform mental energy into success and wealth.”

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Awaken the Giant Within

Antony Robbins is a unique author who shows his writing skills in two ways. He always tries to treat the mind technically instead of treating it ethically. At the same time, he never forgets to act weird. Being the own role model of own dreams takes work. But with his way of living, he always manages to be the best.

Best quote: “If you can’t, you must. If you must, you can.”

As a Man Thinketh

In motivational books, taking action right away is a common theme. In contrast, James Allen’s masterpiece from 1902 is a little more thoughtful. It explains how your thoughts influence your personality. And also how that personality influences your motivation to act and your decision regarding how to act.

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In their words, Dreamers are the saviors of the world, for the visible world is guarded by the invisible, so people in all their trials, sins, and base occupations feed on the sweet visions of their lonely dreamers.

The Greatest Salesman in the World

The fictional parable by Og Mandino encourages you to live life to the fullest by having faith in your ability to help others and yourself. More than just a sales book. It is. Every seller needs to read this. which almost everyone begins to fall.

Best quote: “I will live this day as my last. I got it today and this is my last hours. I greet this dawn with shouts of joy as a prisoner hanging on death. I raise my hands in gratitude. That’s why it’s a priceless gift for the new day.”

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Motivation greatly depends on clearing the clutter from your mind. You learn to distinguish between what is “noise in the system” and what is significant and deserves your attention from Richard Carlson.

Best quote: “Stress is just a socially acceptable form of mental illness.”


Right, the effective use of carrots and sticks motivates people. Daniel Pink, a writer, is in opposition. His book serves as a case study for how motivation can originate from various sources and how at the pinnacle of performance. 

The best quotation is this: “Extreme levels of creativity require high motivation, the determination to do something because it is cool, challenging, or absorbing, for artists, scientists, inventors, schoolchildren, and the rest of us.”

The Power of Positive Thinking

Theologians and psychologists attacked this book when it first came out, calling Norman Vincent Peale, the author, a nutcase for writing it. Science has since confirmed the book’s central tenet, which holds that optimism improves your chances of success by making you happier and healthier.

The best wording is “A great confidence builder and restorer is action. Both the cause and the result of inaction are fear. Your plan of action might be successful, or you might need to modify it. But any action is better than none at all.”

So, what is your favorite? Please tell me your thoughts. Stay motivated!



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