We in this century are more attached and inclined towards bad habits than things that will help us grow and develop as better individuals in the future. So, here is a guide of 5 books that will help you to break your bad habits and develop good and beneficial habits for yourself. These are ultimate bad habit breaker for everyone.
Bad Habit Breaker: 5 Books that will Help You to Break Your Bad Habits–
The Richest Man in Babylon – George S. Clason
This book discloses the covert behind personal wealth. In a very easy and simple language, this book will guide you towards a certain road to prosperity and the joy that comes with it through the help of astonishing and informative tales. This book provides a better understanding and solutions to the readers facing financial issues and it will help you throughout your life. And, it will also guide you on how to save your money and how to make more of it.
Discipline Equals Freedom – Jocko Willink
Jocko Willink talks about how he seeks freedom in every aspect of his life through the way he imposes discipline on his physical and mental well-being. As the title suggests, this book will guide how to discipline your life to achieve success, unlike those books that guide you towards your goals but miss the significant aspect that is discipline. This book covers how the readers could overcome their fear, procrastination, and develops on being a more organized and sorted individual.
As A Man Thinketh – James Allen
Our mind helps us to cultivate and develop our life and ourselves as we grow up. A peaceful mind leads us to the love and understanding of the relation between our friends and family and how we should enrich it. But where do we get this peace and purity of mind that makes life simpler, easier, and brings confidence and happiness? The words of James Allen have helped millions and will continue to help the readers to find that spiritual betterment and purity of mind.
Lying – Sam Harris
Like other remarkable books such as Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and Othello by William Shakespeare, this book by Sam Harris also talks about confidential vice and unrestricted evil that are persistent by lies. The government corruption, financial fraud, personal betrayal such as adulteries, even murder, and genocide – all of these things need one more moral defect and that is the readiness to lie.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck – Mark Manson
This book is raw, without any filter or lies; it is just upfront and authentic. There is no such thing as just-being-positive and you will be a happier person or have a happier life. It is all a lie. Without any sugar coating, Manson says f*ck to positivity and we have to go on with the shit that life is. He presents how an all-feel-good attitude has ruined American society and this generation. We as humans are flawed and imperfect and that’s how we are different from each other. Every one of us cannot be extraordinary. There are winners and there are losers and it is not your fault every time that you have failed. The moment we learn to embrace our failure and downfalls we will learn how to seek forgiveness, honestly, and courage.
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