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1. Believe in Yourself by Dr. Joseph Murphy
In Believe in Yourself, Dr. Murphy stresses about having faith in ones abilities, believing in the inner self and in having the courage to chase your dream, come what may. The book was first published in 1955 but remains as popular as it was then.
Being a preacher, with decades of experience behind him, Dr Murphy delves into lives of people to demonstrate the all encompassing power of self. By citing interesting episodes from the lives of artists, writers, entrepreneurs and ordinary people, who achieved acclaim and success, the author goes on to emphasize that one thread that runs through was a strong belief in oneself.
The book has proved highly motivational and has enabled many readers to overcome low self esteem and achieve their objectives in life. The author points out various ways by which one can overcome defeat, hardships and keep on the righteous track to succeed by using only fair means.
People who are low in confidence, need a direction in life or a guiding light to keep them motivated makes this subjective compulsion a key to success for any individual says the author.
2.Forge your Future by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
“Forge your Future” is a well written novel by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. Dr. Kalam had to overcome various obstacles since humble childhood to becoming the president of India. The story contains Dr. Kalam interactions with various people through emails, face to face meetings and on Facebook, who discussed their problems with him and sought for solutions. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam received near about 300 emails every day and he took out time to read those emails and revert with the best possible solutions.
The book has the questions that had been asked to Dr. Kalam over years. Dr. Kalam has written in the book that while “answering these questions, I realized that what we call problems may probably be a result of the way we ‘process’ events and situations in our lives and everything that happens in our world. ‘Process’ means the way we perceive, think or react about them.” Change the way of ‘process’ and you will get the solution on your own. Dr. Kalam’s answers were based on the experiences he had learnt from his life or by interacting with political & spiritual leaders or from reading books. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam also said that “It does not matter where you start from or what you have achieved till date, the important thing is that, from this point onwards, you decide what you want and work towards creating your own future.
This is the message I want to convey through this book and if it can inspire even one young person to achieve his or her dream, I will feel that my effort has been truly worth it.” Kalam had resolved various problems and the book may have solution to your problem as well, as the replies in the book are provided in a way that anyone undergoing similar issues can get resolution. Also, get to know about other people’s problem, may be they have overcome worse situations than you.
3. Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life by Nick Vujicic
Life Without Limits: Inspiration for A Ridiculously Good Life is a book by Nick Vujicic, who was born without his arms and legs. This extraordinary individual overcame the barriers that his disability had created and now lives a happy, independent and wealthy life.
The author speaks about his own difficulties, both physical and emotional and tells people that his faith in God helped him find a sense of purpose. Life Without Limits: Inspiration for A Ridiculously Good Life is a book that will help readers become motivated, find confidence and build a life which knows no limits.
Vujicic says that in order to lead a ridiculously good life, he relies on only a few attributes. He speaks about the importance of love and self-acceptance and how one must be willing to change. He also says that one must develop their ability to assess risks and always remember to serve others first. Each of the twelve chapters in Life Without Limits: Inspiration for A Ridiculously Good Life focus on an attribute. The author offers practical advice and tells readers to make a list of the limitations they have in their lives. Readers will realize that though life isn’t always easy, it is possible to turn setbacks into opportunities. In order to lead a happy and fulfilling life, it is essential to become free of any limitations. This book comes with a bonus life without limits personal action plan. The reprint edition of this book was published by RHUS in 2012.
4. Life is What You Make it by Preeti Shenoy
The second book by Preeti Shenoy, Life Is What You Make It, was published on January 1, 2011 and it turned out to be a national bestseller. The book has also featured in the “Top Books of 2011, ” a Nielsen list, which is released by the Hindustan Times. The book was also selected as one of the all-time bestsellers of 2011 by the Times of India.
Life Is What You Make It is based on a love story that has been set in India in the 90s. It has been described by the readers as a book portraying how love, hope and determination can together win over even the destiny. It is a gripping tale of few significant years of the protagonist’s life.
The novel revolves around a woman in her 20s, Ankita, who has a past haunting her like a nightmare. As she grows up from adolescence to a woman in her mid-20s, she wades through different situations, engages in affairs with a couple of guys and is set-back by her parents’ refusal to accept her situation. As a result of non-stop upheavals in her life, Ankita develops bipolar disorder at one point in time.
The story revolves around Ankita’s struggles, determination, her decisions and her faith in self. The book beautifully describes how she gets acquainted with her bipolar disorder, how she decides to help her own self and how she battles these situations all by herself. The title of the book in a way describes the central theme of the book but the manner in which Preeti drove home the point through an interesting story, is delightful.
Preeti Shenoy has written seven books already and Life Is What You Make It is counted among one of her best works so far.
5.You are Unique: Scale New Heights by Thoughts and Actions by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
The thoughts of A P J Abdul Kalam, in You Are Unique, with their heartfelt sincerity, chiselled logic and experienced intuition are amazing lamps on the path of life, giving strength to seek one’s Unique Self. This book draws an unforgettable blue print of success for all. One lesson that shimmers from every page of this book is hope. Whether in failure or in success, there is always a clear vision of future.
In human life as well as in the corporate world, the value of vision, leading to planning, followed by action should not be underestimated. The success smiles on those who dream and act. A message of spirituality, honesty, being unselfish and the value of giving emerges from these pages as from his life. The world has changed and there is a need for awakening together the head and the heart. While poems touch the heart and leave a deep impression, his prose leads you to think how to go beyond the rock walls of conditioning, perceptions and prejudices to achieve success and fulfilment. Clearly presented thoughts, in You Are Unique, become our inspiration and constant companion, flashing ‘upon the inward eye’ at our decision making, vision creating as well as ordinary moments of life. Visually appealing, illuminating, dotted with his simple and charming experiences of life, you will love to read this book again and again.
6. The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt
The main protagonist of the story is Alex Rogo who is a manager of the production plant of UniCo Manufacturing. The plant schedules run behind time and are in extremely low efficiency levels, posing a threat to the sustainability of the company. In the event of such an emergency situation, Bill Peach, a company executive informs Alex that the latter has three months in hand to convert the plant into a profitable and successful one. A parallel story of Alex’s troubled marriage develops through the book.
Alex’s distant acquaintance Jonah guides him throughout the process of improvising the plant operations. Telephonic calls and short meetings are held wherein Jonah guides them through a series of questions which make Alex and the members of the crew to brainstorm and solve the problem. This is the Socratic method which is explained in the book via seemingly real-life situations.
The Goal also focuses on the importance of bottlenecks in the manufacturing business. These bottlenecks are identified by Alex and his team which help them in making optimum use of the materials by controlling which in turn leads to higher efficiency in the processes. When Alex figures that the guidance of Jonah is positively working for his professional life, he uses the same to solve the problems of his personal life.
The Goal involves explanation of the core concepts of operations and systems management with the help of a fictional story. This book is widely used by students and teachers for the purpose of learning the importance of constraint management as well as strategic capacity planning.
7. Attitude is Everything change your attitude change your life! by Jeff Keller
Do you dread going to work? Do you feel tired, unhappy, weighed down? Have you given up on your dreams? The road to a happier, more successful life starts with your attitude – and your attitude is within your control.
Whether your outlook is negative, positive or somewhere in between, Jeff Keller, motivational speaker and coach, will show you how to take control and unleash your hidden potential through three powerful steps:
THINK! Success begins in the mind. The power of attitude can change your destiny
SPEAK! Watch your words. How you speak can propel you towards your goals
ACT! Don’t sit back. Take active steps to turn your dreams into reality
Soon, you will be energized and see new possibilities. You will be able to counter adversities and develop talents unique to you. Your relationships will improve, both at work and in your personal life. All you need is this step-by-step programme to change your attitude and your life!
8. Inspiring Thoughts (Inspiring Thoughts Quotation Series) by Swami Vivekanand
Inspiring Thoughts’ is a collection of some of the most famous quotations by Swami Vivekananda. Swami Vivekananda was a world famous Hindu monk known for his deep wisdom, knowledge and understanding of humanity. He is one of the most famous personalities in the Indian history. He had extensively studied all the scriptures and Vedas. His enormous mental power not only gave him deep understanding of knowledge spread in the scriptures but also allowed him to share it with as many people as he could .
Swami Vivekananda believed that he would not understand a versatile country like India if he does not witness each and every aspect of Indian life himself. Keeping this view in mind, he did extensive touring covering the length and breadth of the country. To spread the knowledge and experience gained through his travels in India, he visited many western countries. There, he took personal inspirational classes, public lectures and addressed courts and parliaments in order to spread the glory of Hindu culture and Indian civilization.
‘Inspiring Thoughts’ is a valuable collection of all inspirational quotes spoken by Swami Vivekananda at personal and public meetings. These inspirational quotes can be of great relevance to its readers and act as motivational tool. If people inculcate even ten per cent of his teachings in their daily lives, then world will be changed place to live. The drive to bring a change in the society and mankind through the teachings of Swami Vivekananda is the driving factor behind publishing this book.
There is something relatable for almost everyone in this book. It is an ideal self-help book for people looking to find motivation that could drive their lives forward.