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Top 10 Self-Help Books To Read Before You Die

You don't need to be a nerd in order to read books. Isn't it so? So, today we present to you our top 10 books to read before you die. Even if you pick up just any of them & start reading them, you would certainly be amazed to find out how your life has drastically changed. Now without any further due, let's go right into our list. Just remember that all these books are numbered randomly. 

1) The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People

- Stephen R. Covey

The title of this book doesn’t capture it all. Covey shares with us seven habits one should adopt to become truly effective in whatever you would like to achieve.

2) The 48 Laws Of Power

- Robert Greene

This book creates a very good perspective regarding the attainment of power. The fact remains that power is very real, it forms the invisible scepter of all hierarchical relations around us.

3) Think And Grow Rich

- Napoleon Hill

This book is a masterpiece in itself. Name me an entrepreneur who hasn't read this book. If you want to wealth and prosperity in your life, then this is a must-have for you.

4) How To Win Friends & Influence People

- Dale Carnegie

This is a book to give yourself a boost in your social interaction. Written back in 1937, this book is still a bestseller. It shows what we all intuitively know: it doesn’t matter what your line of work is or what you want to achieve- if you are doing a business of any kind, you need to make it about the other person.

5) The Power Of Now

- Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now hardly needs any introduction. It is perhaps the book that has had the most impact on our collective consciousness in recent years. It inspired millions of people all over the world to live a more fulfilling and compassionate life, all through the practice of mindfulness.

6) Philosophy For Life

-Jules Evans

They say, "Philosophy Is The Mother Of All Science".

 Philosophy for Life a beautifully written book that makes it easy to understand the practical nature of philosophy. Perhaps the book would have been better if he would have gone deeper into the subject matter, but nonetheless, he captures the essence of what philosophy can mean for the modern person.

7) The Attention Revolution: Unlocking The Power Of The Focused Mind

- Alen Wallace

In a world that is dominated by ever stronger technologies designed to grab hold of your attention, a way to empower yourself is to bring that attention back to where you want it to shine. This book offers just that; in The Attention Revolution, Wallace describes the path to attaining Shamatha, a Buddhist meditation state of mind that is free from any flickering of distraction.

8) The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind

- Dr. Joseph Murphy

Have you ever wondered? Even after wanting something so badly, you are unable to get it. This is the very reason you should be reading this book. It's for the best if I keep the book a secret, let yourself discover the wonders of your subconscious.

9) Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck?: And Other Provocations

-Seth Godin

This book is a masterpiece, and unlike most self-improvement books, this one targets an infinite array of areas in which you can, and ultimately must improve. With its ruthless honesty and genuine inspiration, Godin makes you ponder the difficult questions you wouldn’t ever dare to ask yourself. The result is a completely new perspective of the world- a fresher, more vibrant perspective, packed with new and bold possibilities.

10) The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

- Robin Sharma

Are you tired of your busy life? Sometimes it might seem to you, what's the point of all this? If all of these questions arise to your mind then this book is a must-have for you, to seek all your answers.

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