Books that Inspire to Never Give Up On Dreams
Giving up is easy and it is hard to continue. Yes, it is not easy to be equally productive every day at work, at school, or while studying. It is hard. We all want all things great and in the meantime, we forget how it is not easy to get good things and it takes a lot of hard work. Most often we tend to convince ourselves that we are incompetent and it is not going to work but that is not the case for everyone and this article will make you understand that. In this article, we are going to read about 7 books that inspire to never give up on dreams.
7 Books that Inspire to Never Give Up On Dreams:
I Hope This Finds You Well – Kate Baer
A book of poetry that emerged in the dark shadow of the internet that provides light and hope. By cunningly developing the cruel negativity and hate women frequently receive and blending them with warm messages of gratitude, support, and connection, Kate Baer provides the readers a lesson about empowerment by displaying how we can turn brutality into beauty.
Everything Happens for A Reason – Kate Bowler
This is the memoir of Kate Bowler where she gets diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer after going through some severe pains, losing thirty pounds, and chugging antacid. This might remind you of Paul Kalanithi. So, it talks about the struggle and authentic view of a patient suffering from cancer.
Drive – Daniel H Pink
In this persuasive and provocative new book, Pink states that the secret to high performance and work satisfaction at academic institutions or workplaces is the profound human requirement to direct our own lives, create new things, learn, and perform better by ourselves. Pink also discloses the perplexity between what business does and what science knows, based on four decades of scientific study. He also examines the three primary aspects of motivation – mastery, autonomy, and purpose and he provides a few smart and shocking techniques for putting them into action.
You Only Have to Be Right Once – Randall Lane
This book is introduced, edited, and updated by Forbes editor Randall Lane. It is the first comprehensive view of the popular tech billionaires and how they managed to reach where they are today so quickly. We get some behind-the-scenes explorations of the founders of Airbnb, Twitter, Spotify, Tumblr, and more including Elon Musk, Alex Karp, Evan Spiegel, and more.
Holding up the Universe – Jennifer Niven
All everyone ever knew about Libby Strout was her weight because no one cared to see how she is inside and meet the real person she is. Following her mom’s death, she is been trying to cope with the grief of her father. Now she is ready for a new school, friends, and memories. Libby meets another mysterious boy named Jack Masselin and the more time they stay together they feel less alone.
Good to Great – Jim Collins
To find the keys to greatness Collins’ 21-person team managed to read and coded about 6,000 articles and generated over 2,000 pages of interview transcripts and also made 384 megabytes of computer data in a 5-year project. The findings have it all the challenge, the study, the standards, the comparisons, the concepts, and the culture and discipline.
Start With Why – Simon Sinek
This is a study of all the great leaders and how they influenced the world and by exploring this Simon Sinek has found the link between them, they think, act, and communicate similarly and it is completely different from what the rest does. Sinek refers to this idea as The Golden Circle, and it offers a framework upon which groups and organizations can be created, movements can be led, and people can be influenced.