How many times have you got up and reached out to your shelf for a book? How many times have you ordered a new book online? And how many times have you gone thrift shopping for a stack of books? I presume several times and half of them are either incomplete or untouched – either because of procrastination or lack of motivation. But here is a list of 6 books worth rereading recommended by Gobookmart. This list will not only open your eyes to some unexplored and unknown aspects of your life but it will also probably help you motivate to pay attention to books or in your life.
6 Books Worth Rereading Recommended By Gobookmart:
The Almanack of Naval Ravikant – Eric Jorgenson
This book is a collection of knowledge of over 10 years gathered by Naval Ravikant as an investor, entrepreneur, and philosopher. It will break your bubble of the thought that wealth and happiness are something you are born with. It will motivate you so that you can make your road towards wealth and happiness.
The Emperor’s Handbook – Marcus Aurelius
Historian Michael Grant says this book is one of the best books that have ever been written by a major emperor. This book provides a fresh and stunning translation. It brings Aurelius’s words to life and proves that his wisdom is as noteworthy now as it was during the 2nd century. Every military officer, business executive, and political leader should keep this book.
12 Rules for Life – Jordan Peterson
Informative, astonishing, and amusing Dr. Jordan Peterson tells us why we should pet a cat when we come across one on the street, why dreadful fate is waiting for the ones who condemn way too effortlessly, and why we should not disturb boys and girls who are busy skateboarding, what awful ways people choose when they become revengeful and arrogant, why did early Egyptians worship the capacity to pay extra to take good care of the highest gods. The author journeys broadly talking about freedom, discipline, adventure, and responsibility – this book breaks the present-day commonplaces of faith, science, and human nature altering the spirit and headspace of the readers.
Atomic Habits – James Clear
This book presents a proven framework to help you improve yourself every day. The author will help you establish good habits, improve and enhance the small habits that can make a huge difference in your life, and get rid of the bad habits that make your life on the wrong road. In case you are trying to change your habits but you are unable to do that, it is not you, it is your system – you have the wrong system that is holding you back from trying something new and instead it is pushing you towards repeating the same habit. But this book will bring you a new system that can alter your life.
The Psychology of Money – Morgan Housel
It is always and all about how you behave, and behaviour is a thing that is hard to teach. How to take care of business, investment, and management of money, in general, take a lot of mathematical calculation. But in the real world, all the decisions are made over the dinner table, cup of coffee, or a meeting, not in a spreadsheet. In this book, Housel shares 19 short stories exploring surreal ways of people’s thoughts about money and how to make the significant decisions of your life.
Ikigai – Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
This books is like a guide to long and healthy life. It is more like a practical book which you need to implement in life and not just read. The authors of this book give us examples about people from japan as well as around the word. People who lived longer than expected and Share the daily routine of those people which probably kept them healthy. Ikigai is a perfect book for people who want to live long and healthy life.
6 Books Worth Rereading Recommended By Gobookmart