We all admire those successful figures and personalities who go for their dreams and turn them into reality.
People who got the idea to change the world with their innovation and did it successfully.
Luckily, we have numerous examples of such successful people and their lives. And fortunately, most of them are ready to share their secret formulas to success.
So, if you have that spark in you and you wish to be a part of those highly talented people, you need to go for their recommendations.
Like, are we saying to go and ask them in person? No.
So, here’s the strategy.
Like if you're going to start a business, look for recommendations from successful businessmen. If you wish to be as successful as Elon Musk, you need to find out what he's been up to during his struggling times.
Especially, get the book recommendations for inspiration.
As said, 'You are what you feed your mind, soul, and body.'
And books always add something to your mind.
Many successful people write biographies and books about their life journeys to let people know about their failures and victories.
These books are a great way to get inspired, fascinated, and surprised.
So, with FAYVO at your service, we are here bringing you the best books to read.
P.S. These books are especially recommended by the most successful people in today's world.
Let's get started with the book recommendations.
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You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero:
The book tells us a simple fact that the difference between someone who is successful and who isn't is the belief in capabilities. The person who thinks he can do anything can literally do anything. All humans are born equal. There's no one who masters the art of self-confidence without any effort. In fact, many skilled people around us start out with significant self-doubts. The only thing that makes them successful is self-confidence. The book asks us to never give up on something we dream about. People reading this book love the reminders and learn how to manage self-sabotaging beliefs. The book is not in a serious tone overall, but it infuses some humor into a very sober topic. Plus, who doesn't want to think of themselves as a badass?
The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump:
Well, who doesn't know Donald Trump and his scandalous personality? But if we look at his life and his achievements, he has gone a long way. Actually, this American billionaire has written 15 books so far. But here we are talking about his first one, 'The Art of the Deal.' In this book, Trump describes all the secrets and details of the strategy for creating his business with real-life examples. He mentions how he used to make deals, negotiate with the partners, and then decide on the sensitive parameters. If you are into starting your own business, give this book a read before implementing your plan.
Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear
It is one of the best books of all time. The book tells us to take baby steps if we wish to adopt big and meaningful habits in our life. These little efforts, when combined, create a significant change in your everyday routine. No matter how small your positive energy is, it will eventually multiply if you keep yourself consistent. The book is recommended by many successful people who adapted the rules mentioned in it. Also, there are tips on reducing bad habits, such as procrastination. On Amazon, the book has got hundreds of positive reviews, which mark it as a worthwhile read.
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger:
It is a novel that Bill Gates calls "one of his favorite books ever." Why? Because it is a sort of an unconventional choice to read after your teenage years. In teenage years, you are counted as and rebellion, but Bill Gates has marked it as a worthy read for a reason. In this book, the author charts the pain of alienation and the struggles of entering adulthood. This novel is a great reminder to stay grounded and truthful, to avoid superficiality. And above all, it asks us to experience a sense of joy in little things.
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9–5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Tim Ferriss
The 4-Hour Workweek is an excellent book that everyone can relate to. It easily explains how to attain the lifestyle you want. It helps in being more productive than ever before by automating your income and adopting the mindset of the "new rich." Author Tim Ferriss explains the idea of ditching your exhausting 9 to 5 job and pursuing your dreams, and enjoying a far more adventurous and happy life. The book asks you to spend a life that you really wish to live.
The Last Note:
Getting book recommendations isn’t enough to be successful, but starting to implement the tricks stated in the books will take you a long way.
Similarly, FAYVO is not just about a brief list of good books to read to be successful, but we have a never-ending recommendations list for you.
From the Young Adult series to the best Fantasy picks, the app FAYVO brings thousands of reading recommendations for you to try and share with your friends.
Download the app and find your never favorite read.