3 top books I recommend everyone to read

If you don’t like reading, you should try by reading these books I am going to mention below. This is my personal recommendation and I just want to share with you some good stuff. I will share more books after you are done reading this one. This is for the foundation. NB: Download buttons are colorful below the ads

3 top books to read and implement in your life

  1. The Miracle Morning

This book changed my life and I would recommend it to anyone who would like to change their daily routine and be productive every morning. It talks about 6 principles that you should do every day for your physical being, mental and spiritual being. A lot of us tend to focus on exercising/gym and sometimes even take care of what we eat, however, we forget that our minds and souls need to be taken care of as well. So by reading this book and implement the principles, you will be feeding all 3, your mind, spirit, and physique. DO NOT JUST TAKE CARE OF YOUR PHYSIQUE, BALANCE WITH YOUR SPIRIT, AND MENTAL BEING.

2. The Subtle Art of not giving a F*ck

Many people, especially those who do not read, tend to give F*cks everywhere and to everyone. This book changed my life and the way I see life in general. I used to consider a lot of things people would say to me and it would affect me very badly, dominantly negativity since I have been trying to grow on social media and after reading this book, no NEGATIVITY in my life. This book will teach you to always find positivity out of negativity.

3. Steal Like an Artist

This book taught me that, we don’t really need new ideas, we have to copy others and by doing that, we will find ourselves. There is no such thing as a new idea. Everything we see today has been there before.

Please comment with the books you would like me to share with you, I have almost all the books you could think of.

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