Are you also planning to build a habit of reading books this new year? Even though you do not like to read? Or let me guess, you haven’t been in touch with it for some time now, right?

Well, we have got you covered.

Here are a few books; helpful, easy to read, and good enough to make you curious.

How to Win Friends and Influence People| Dale Carnegie

Published in 1936, it is one of the most popular self-help books today. It is not your usual story-based narrative that preaches lessons. Carnegie maps out a system that will help you with your future readings by listing ways to get the most out of this book. In his words, the book can be considered a ‘working handbook’ for anyone to solve their daily problems.

It talks about human habits that can help foster effective communication. Whether you are working as an individual or have a team – pick up this book and learn how to handle people better. There are rich examples and clever techniques to assist you in the public domain. Whether you aspire to be a leader or ace a job interview, this book can be your go-to.

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Tuesdays With Morrie| Mitch Albom

Some people leave an impact on our lives. Is it their aura? Or the conversations and the lessons they teach us. However, it is only human to lose touch with them. They can be anybody. From our professors to our old best friend – we can learn and unlearn with anyone.

For Mitch Albom, it was his college professor – Morrie Schwartz. More than a professor, Morrie became for Mitch a guide in his college years. Once Mitch graduated, he lost touch with his professor. But fate had different plans. Morrie was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a neurological problem that slowly sucked the life out of him. When Mitch gets to know about it, he visits his old professor to write a paper detailing the lessons taught by his professor. However, this time the takeaways were not academic. They were about life – raw and honest. This book teaches you so much about the little joys of life, leaving you wiser and kinder. It unfolds a happy place. Irrespective of what you are struggling with right now, you will find your answers here.

Do yourself a favor, and buy this book: https://amzn.to/3HcsBv6

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones| James Clear

It is not your traditional narrative that you have to sit with and complete in one go. It is like an exercise of your mind because this book will make you think. It has an informal tone, giving you the impression that your friend wrote it. Do you feel building good habits is a necessity? Something that adds to your life and teaches ways to render behaviour in a benefitting way? This book fulfils that criterion. It is a guidebook of do’s and don’ts – written by someone who knows what they are talking about. If you are looking for a read that can let you practice, this is it. Keep this book close, and build habits that bring something positive constantly.

Are you convinced yet? If yes, then grab this book here: https://amzn.to/3qmXiH2

If you are curious about these books, maybe buy them and start reading. They are your best companions. You only have to find that one read that fits, and there is no going back then. And, if you think listening about books would accelerate your reading.


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