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11 Life-Changing Books You Should Read This Year.

1. The Compound Effect By Darren Hardy

Key takeaways:

▸ Turn your life goals into daily habits.

▸ Create a routine and be consistent.

▸ How to break through your limits when you reach them.

2. Ikigai By Francesc Miralles And Hector Garcia

Key takeaways:

▸ Purpose is vital to longevity and happiness.

▸ To live long, get advice from old people.

▸ To remain healthy, move more.

3. The Alchemist By Paulo Coelho

Key takeaways:

▸ Follow your personal legend to be happy.

▸ Your fear is holding you back.

▸ Rise up more than you fall down.

4. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari By Robin Sharma

Key takeaways:

▸ Guard your mind against unwanted thoughts.

▸ Develop a simple morning routine.

▸ Selflessly serve others.

5. The Richest Man In Babylon By George S. Clason

Key takeaways:

▸ Live below your means.

▸ Learn how to be lucky.

▸ Never take on debt.

6. Make Your Bed By Willian McRaven

Key takeaways:

▸ Think big but take care of the small things.

▸ If you want to change the world, never ring the bell.

▸ Success consists of individual willpower and mutual support.

7. Who Moved My Cheese By Dr. Spencer Johnson.

Key takeaways:

▸ Nothing lasts forever.

▸ Overthinking might paralyze you.

▸ Things will get better when you start moving.

8. Attitude Is Everything By Jeff Keller

Key takeaways:

▸ You’re a human magnet.

▸ Turn your problems into opportunities.

▸ Commit and you’ll move mountains.

9. Freedom From The Known By J. Krishnamurti

Key takeaways:

▸ Order imposed from without breeds disorder.

▸ A mind burdened with the past is a sorrowful mind.

▸ Pleasure is the structure of society.

10. Who Will Cry When You Die? By Robin Sharma

Key takeaways:

▸ Be happier by putting failure into perspective.

▸ To rediscover the joy in life, imitate children.

▸ Stop complaining.

11. The 22 Immutable Laws Of Marketing By Al Ries & Jack Trout

Key takeaways:

▸ If you can’t be first, be first in peoples’ heads.

▸ Create your own category to avoid competition.

▸ Remember that each product comes with an opportunity cost.

Content created and supplied by: Sylvia (via Opera News )

Darren Hardy


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