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5 Inspiring Books To Read For Motivation

Madiha Jamal is a bookaholic and passionate copywriter. She enjoys reading and picks out information to use in her writing.

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Inspiration is not a substitute for food that can satisfy your hunger, rather it is a vitamin. Its absence can lead to deficiency. Our brain and soul need a constant supply of inspirational content. And books are the best option to inspire us and nourish our souls. Here I have collected the five best books that will motivate you to live more every day.

You Are A Badass By Jen Sincero

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The self-help guru’s book “you are a badass” is for people who are desperately striving to improve their lives and don’t want to get busted doing it.

In this full of entertainment how-to-guide, world-travelling success coach and bestselling author, Jen Sincero penned down 27 bite-sized chapters loaded with hilariously inspiring stories, easy exercises, and sage advice, helping you to: point out and change the self-sabotaging beliefs and habits that prevent you from getting what you want, thus, creating a life you desperately desire.

By the end of the book, you will get a clear picture of how you are why you are, how to accept what you can’t change, how to change what you don’t like, and how to muster the courage to kick some serious ass!

“You are a badass” is the optimum solution for those who are desperately striving to change their lives. It helps you blast past fears and encourages you to take big exciting risks, set big goals, and gives you a much-needed push to work hard and achieve them- it will basically provide you a road map to success to make some big damn money and help you learn to love yourself for what you are!


A Year Of Positive Thinking By BY Cyndie Spiegel

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Ready to spin your year around? This book from motivational speaker Cyndie Spiegel empowers you with positive thinking through speedy and digestible affirmations. This is a journal for realization rooted in neuroscience and positive psychology as well as personal development methods- there is nothing woo woo here!

Yes, you can rekindle optimism in your life by changing your thoughts. A Year Of Positive Thinking will transform your mindset and create positive life changes with Cyndie’s smart digestible introduction to the powerful influence our thinking has on how we feel and behave. Cyndie presents a smorgasbord of invaluable insights that are certain to resonate with every reader.

Though changing a mindset is no easy feat- but it is possible! Spanning one full year, from January to December, Cyndie's daily meditations guide you towards envisioning and living your best life.

Choose optimism over pessimism, positivity over negativity, hence a better life through positivity awaits you with A Year Of Positive Thinking.

Designing Your Life By Bill Burnett & Dave Evans

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At last, a masterpiece that shows you how to create- design- a life you can thrive in at any stage or age.

Bill and Dave from Silicon Valley design innovator’s book “Designing your life” is a book and framework that can help one generate a roadmap to design the life they want.

Bill Burnett and Dave Evans use their expertise to track down an answer to that perennial question ‘who you want to be when you grow up?’ Many grownups find it hardest to answer, especially if they sense that something is off at where they are today.

Their phenomenally successful basic life design has been adopted and tested by thousands of individuals from students to mid-career professionals to retirees scrutinizing a whole new future.

Using life design tools and proven techniques mind-mapping, reframing, and prototyping you will learn to create a life that is both fulfilling and meaningful, regardless of where or who we are, what we do for a living, or how old or young we are. Such design thinking results in amazing products, technology, and spaces and can be used to build and design your career and life, a life filled with contentment and joy, constantly productive and creative, one that always holds the possibility of surprise.

If you get the opportunity to read just one self-help book, this book is a must!


Winning The War In Your Mind By BY Craig Groeschel

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Are your thoughts running out of control- just like your life? Do you want to break free from the destructive patterns of thoughts- let God transform your life!

Replace your insecurities, self-doubt, and pessimism with peace, joy, truth, praise, and prayer.

Groeschel maps out a way to rewire your brain, reframe your vision, revive your soul, renew your mind, and restore a positive approach in the form of this masterpiece.

At certain points in life, we all have strived to get rid of bad habits and destructive thought patterns, only to find ourselves bullied with an out-of-control mindset and off-track daily life. A pastor and best-selling author Craig Groeschel feels the pain of this constant battle against negative-approach and self-doubt. His book is a powerhouse of self courage and prowess to set yourself free from the grip of destructive, harmful thinking and encourages you to live your life with the peace that God intends you to live.

Forgiving What You Can't Forget By Lysa Terkeurst

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Everyone deserves to stop suffering because of what others have done to them.


Have you ever wrestled through the journey of unresolved pain? You know you can’t go on like this, but you don’t know what to do either. Lysa Terkeurst has also been through this agony and she can feel your pain like nobody else. But surprisingly, she somehow managed to get rid of bound-up resentment and defeat the temptation of not forgiving people.

With therapeutic insight and deep empathy, Lysa will help you learn to move on when another person never says they are sorry.

Walkthrough a step-by-step guide with forgiving what you can’t forget and free yourself from the darkness of the past to feel less offended today.