The recent hit book of Robin Sharma has sparked great interest among millions of readers all over the world already. The writing of Sharma has contrasted with other similar books as this book has a story type structure to keep you engaged and connected with every chapter.
“Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” – Jim Rohn
Habits determine who we are and what our future looks like, don’t they? Every successful person has reached where they are only because of their habits. As it’s often said, “You don’t decide your future, you decide your habits and your habits decide your future.”
What if I told you there were just a few habits that could potentially change your life forever? Would you be skeptical? But what if I provide you my own experience as an illustration? Will you believe me after that?
The author of the bestselling The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho has provided us with yet another fascinating tale. The Winner Stands Alone shows the other side of being a celebrity – besides just the fame and wealth they earn.
A miraculous Holocaust survivor, Victor Frankl has presented us with something that’s hard to even imagine. This autobiographical masterpiece has provided an insight into Frankl’s agonizing life. He was merely one of the millions of the Jews who were part of the Holocaust. However, he was amongst the fewest ones there to have a positive attitude towards life – which helped him to survive such a dreadful time.
The author of Looking for Alaska, John Green can certainly make you cry with his heart-touching writing style. It didn’t take The Fault In Our Stars to get popular among the fans as it sold around 6 million copies in the first few months itself. The title of the book was inspired by Shakespeare’s play (Julius Caesar), where it mentioned, “The fault, is not in our stars,/ But in ourselves, that we are underlings.”
Rich Dad Poor Dad, which many call as a financial masterpiece, has sold over a staggering 32 million copies worldwide. The book advocates the significance of financial literacy, in a world where the gap between the rich and the poor are deviating more than ever. Robert Kiyosaki starts off the book by mentioning the differences between his two contrasting dads – one highly educated but struggling financially, another one school dropout but extremely wealthy. He then talks about his life story – the way he was able to amass his massive wealth.