No matter what you hear, see, or read, you should take everything with a grain of salt. A true man knows that critical, life-altering piece of advice when it passes his ears, or pops-up in his mind for the first time. These three books each have a bit of knowledge that are fundamentally proven to improve your motivation, confidence, and the go-getter attitude that makes life worth living.
Think and Grow Rich
Even though this book is 80-years-old, it still rings true today, making it a classic for non-fiction and fiction lovers alike. Napoleon Hill takes us on a somewhere personal ride that shows us why love is the same root between good and evil, and how you can pick yourself up, shake off the rubble, and walk through the next disaster a stronger man. Get it here. Also, here’s an article on the life of Napoleon Hill
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
Mark Manson brings us on a semi-hilarious journey that shows us why arrogance, when used appropriately, can actually be one of our best tools. This is definitely one of those books that apply to the “grain of salt” rule, but you’ll definitely be able to walk away feeling more grounded in your life, and a bit more stable. Get it here
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
The pompous gentleman who’s writing this article happens to have a soft spot for this book. Stephen Covey brings us an account like none other, setting these seven habits on display. (During my read, I equated them to the anti-versions of the seven deadly sins. It made it quite a bit of fun.) A piece built on authority and experience, this is one that’s always got a spot on the bookshelf. Get it here